- Arts Atlas Facebook page
Sharing events and opportunities from the South West Arts Atlas. This is a dedicated Facebook page for listings on the Atlas only. Your events will be shared on the page once listed.
- 15 steps for writing your grant application - Arts Hub
A quick guide on how to write a successful grant application.
- Central Highlands ArtsAtlas
Primarily designed to service artists and communities in the Central Highland region Victoria (Ararat Rural City, City of Ballarat, Golden Plains, Hepburn, Moorabool, and Pyrenees.
- Geelong ArtsAtlas
Primarily designed to service artists and communities in the Greater Geelong region, including Surf Coast, Queenscliffe, Golden Plains and Colac Otways regions.
- Grampians Wimmera Arts Atlas
Whether you’re a visual artist wanting to show your work, a musician looking for venues, a group interested in funding or just finding out what’s going on, ArtsAtlas is your guide to great artistic happenings across the Grampians Wimmera region.
- Southern Grampians Shire Council Arts & Culture Strategic Plan
The Arts and Culture Strategic Plan 2014-2019 reflects the community’s aspirations for arts and culture across the region and provides Council with a vision for service delivery and future development. Image: Balmoral mural by Rowena Martinich and Geoffrey Carran (pic: Clare Ryan)
- Corangamite Shire Arts and Culture Strategy
Corangamite Shire has recognised the potential of the arts to impact community well being, vibrant lifestyle and economic
development. There are a number of key objectives that relate specifically to arts and culture with commitments to support a diverse range of arts experiences.
- Moyne Shire Arts & Culture Strategy
Moyne Shire - a safe, vibrant and prosperous community.
- Warrnambool Street Art Guide
On online guide to the public artworks located in Warrnambool, Victoria. Image: detail of Adnate mural.
- Regional Arts Victoria
Regional Arts Victoria inspires art across the state. Through creative facilitation, touring, education, specialised resources, artistic projects and advocacy, we develop and sustain creative communities and artistic practice all over Victoria.
- Regional Arts Fund
The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund program supports sustainable cultural development in regional and remote Australia. The Regional Arts Fund is managed in Victoria by Regional Arts Victoria.
- Creative Victoria
Creative Victoria is a government body dedicated to supporting, championing and growing the state’s creative industries, spanning arts, culture, screen, design and more.
- Making Art with Communities: a work guide (Creative Victoria)
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- National Association for the Visual Arts
Australia's peek body for the visual arts, craft and design sector.
- Arts Law Centre of Australia
The national community legal centre for the arts.
- Glenelg Shire Council Arts and Culture Strategy
Adopted by council in 2015. Strategy is for the 2016-2020 period.
- Glenelg Shire Council Public Art Policy Stage 1
GSC Public Art Policy Stage 1 is a set of guidelines that covers definitions, selection criteria, and management processes for public art in Glenelg Shire. The document also provides guiding legal and ethical standards in line with current museum/collection codes and protocols in relation to public art.
- Glenelg Shire Public Art Master Plan
The Public Art Master Plan establishes an overarching vision and guiding principles for public art in the Glenelg Shire.
- The Arts Ripple Effect: valuing the arts in communities
A resource that demonstrates the success of investing in arts at a local level.
- Volunteering Wellington: a resource produced by Wellington Shire.
The overall aim of the website is to promote the variety of volunteer opportunities available in Wellington Shire. See it as a virtual directory, with the added opportunity to network with other agencies or group, share resources and establish a Volunteering in Wellington Network.
- Public Art: making it happen
This document has been produced to guide the development of quality public art projects. The checklists contained within it are to help commissioning agencies develop and implement projects involving the work of artists and design
practitioners, by employing best-practice approaches. Developed by Local Govt Association of South Australia.
- 50 ways to take care of yourself in the arts
Feeling burned out? Here are practical tips and advice from community arts workers, artists, practitioners and managers on how to manage self-care in the arts. Article by Madeleine Dore.