Artist Opportunities

Art Almanac prides itself on being a resource for artists. We have selected a few galleries and funding bodies calling for submissions for Awards, Artist Engagements, Grants, Public Art, Residency Programs, Exhibition Proposals and more. Click here for the full list of Art Awards and Proposals and Submissions and Internships & Fellowships. Enjoy and good luck!

The William Fletcher Travelling Fellowship & Rome Residency
Applications open January, 2022
The biennial William Fletcher Travelling Fellowship & Rome Residency is open to emerging visual artists, supported by a bequest from the late M Matheson Lines. The fellowship, valued at $30,000 (AUD), is for a three-month residency commencing at the beginning of April through to the end of June 2023 at the British School at Rome (BSR), which is situated in the heart of the city, near the Museo Borghese and the Italian National Gallery of Modern Art. It includes accommodation with a studio at the BSR, as well as $4,000 for airfares plus health and travel insurance, and a monthly stipend of $2,000. The recipient is required to contribute to the ‘end of term’ exhibition at the BSR; the entry fee of approximately $1,500 will be paid by the Foundation. Two other finalists in the exhibition will be provided with grants to attend residencies at Bundanon NSW 2578, which are worth $4,500 each, plus accommodation for three weeks and a stipend of $2,000. Visit the website for the announcement of the opening date, and to read the terms and conditions and eligibility criteria;

Creative Koori Projects
Round two: closes Monday January 31, 2022
Funding of up to $60,000 is available for arts and cultural activities for NSW Aboriginal artists and arts and cultural workers through the Create NSW Creative Koori Projects. This fund aims to build support for a strong, resilient and exciting Aboriginal arts and cultural sector in NSW by supporting the principles of Aboriginal self-determination and putting Aboriginal artists, organisations and communities at the centre of funded cultural and creative activity for NSW Aboriginal cultural development; contemporary practice, the sharing of NSW Aboriginal culture the Aboriginal way; and promoting NSW Aboriginal culture in the sector. More information, eligibility criteria and applications are available online;

SWELL Sculpture Festival 2022
Applications close midnight, Monday January 31, 2022
Local, national and international artists are invited to enter the annual SWELL Sculpture Festival in 2022. SWELL Sculpture Festival is Queensland’s largest outdoor exhibition staged annually along the shores of Currumbin Beach 4223 and the surrounds. The exhibition will be held from September 9 to 18, 2022. Visit the website for more information and to apply;

The Marten Bequest Scholarships
Applications close 3pm (AEDT), Tuesday February 1, 2022 (earlier if application limit is met)
Applications are invited for The Marten Bequest Scholarships, which have been designed to offer talented young artists the chance to explore, study and develop their artistic gifts through travels either interstate and/or overseas. With the aim to help exceptional Australian artists to achieve their dreams, the scholarships provide financial support across a range of categories: acting, architecture, ballet, instrumental music, painting, poetry, prose, sculpture and singing. Each scholarship recipient is awarded $50,000, payable in quarterly instalments over two years. The scholarships are administered by the Australia Council for the Arts on behalf of Perpetual as trustee. Visit the Australia Council for the Arts website to read more about the Marten Bequest Scholarship program and to apply;

Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition
Entries close Tuesday February 1, 2022
Artists are invited to submit medium-sized interior sculptures and larger exterior installation works for the ‘Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition’ that seeks to bring art and business together while creating a unique cultural experience. Entered works must be made in Australia. The exhibition of sculptural works will be displayed in shop windows and on the sidewalks of Toorak Road from May 1 to June 12, 2022. Visit website for details and entry form; or call 0455-045-545.

Lost at Sea $100K Public Art Project
Expressions of interest close 11.59pm, Thursday February 3, 2022
Port Macquarie-Hastings Council invites artists and designers to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) for the creation of a contemporary landmark public art installation that responds to the criteria as set out in the ‘Lost at Sea’ project brief, which is available via this link, and where background information about the project and the site are also available. Visit the website for more information and to submit;

Art & About Sydney 2022/23
Expressions of interest close 5pm, Monday February 7, 2022
Applications for Art & About Sydney 2022/23 are open for temporary works that will transform public spaces in the City of Sydney local area with spectacular creative imaginings that will engage, surprise and delight day and night from July to June 2023. Artists can apply for up to $85,000 per project to cover all costs for the presentation of the artwork. More detailed information, key dates and entry are available online;

A4 Art Australia exhibition
Entries close Friday February 18, 2022
The ‘A4 Art Australia’ exhibition presented by Contemporary Art Society of Victoria Inc. (CAS) is a unique showcase of two and three-dimensional A4-sized artworks and is open to emerging and established contemporary artists across Australia. All two-dimensional works will be framed for exhibition. The ‘A4 Art Australia’ exhibition will be on display at Herring Island Gallery, Richmond VIC 3121, from March 5 to April 18, 2022, as part of the Herring Island Summer Arts Festival. All exhibited artworks will also feature on the CAS website. Entry fee is $15 per artwork. Maximum four works per artist. Enter online at Alternatively, you can contact CAS by phone (03) 9428-0568, 0407-059-194 or via email

artsACT Arts Activities Funding
Round Two: closes Monday February 28, 2022, with announcements made by Monday May 30 for activities to commence from Friday July 1
Arts Activities funding is available across two categories: up to $5,000 for smaller projects (open all year round) and $5,000-$50,000 for larger projects. Funding is available to ACT-based artists working at all stages of their careers and to organisations providing the Canberra community with opportunities to engage in the arts. The program supports artists, groups, and arts organisations across a broad range of activities, including artform-based projects, mentorships, residencies, professional or skills development and opportunities for the community to actively engage in the arts. Activities can relate to dance, literature, music, theatre, visual arts, and cross-arts activities. Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you will need to speak to artsACT staff prior to applying for a project involving interstate or international travel. Visit the website for details and to apply through the artsACT grants portal;

Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups
The next round closes 3pm, Tuesday March 1, 2022, for projects beginning after Wednesday June 1, 2022
The Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups program funds a range of activities with the aim of delivering benefits to the arts sector and wider public, including national and international audiences. Grants are available from $10,000 to $50,000. Supported activities must last no longer than two years from the proposed start date. Please note: To apply, you must be registered in the application management system a minimum of two business days prior to the closing date. Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application approximately 12 weeks after the closing date;

Hope and Recovery StandTall4PTS
Entries close Friday May 6, 2022
Hope and Recovery is the inaugural StandTall4PTS competition, which aims to bring awareness to the widespread issues of PTSD and Mental Trauma through art. Usually attributed to military and veterans, these mental health conditions also affect people who are first responders, victims of crime, or have been involved in accidents, domestic violence and natural disasters. Artists working across painting, drawing, photography, new media and short video, are invited to enter and be in the running to win a share of the $10,000 prize pool. The finalists’ works will be exhibited at the Royal Queensland Art Society’s Petrie Terrace Gallery, Brisbane QLD 4000, from May 17 to 23, 2022;

Arts Sustainability Fund
Applications close 11.30pm, Tuesday May 31, 2022, or until all funds are allocated
The Australian Government’s Arts Sustainability Fund provides support to the arts and entertainment sectors with the provision of funds to assist with recovery from the effects of COVID-19. Funding is geared towards supporting employment and aims to contribute to rebuilding Australia’s economy, and enhance community wellbeing and access to cultural experiences across Australia. For more detailed information about eligibility and to apply, visit the Australian Government’s Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communication’s section on funding;

Creative Cities Arts and Cultural Program
Applications close Wednesday June 1, 2022, or until all funds are allocated
This grant program is designed to support local artists and arts organisations in the development of new creative projects that will engage the public in the arts with up to $5,000 in funds. Applications are invited for Public art; ephemeral, temporary or semi-permanent; Visual arts; ceramics, drawing, filmmaking, painting, photography and sculpting; Performing arts; dance and theatre; live music performances are eligible under the (Live and Local grant only); Moving image; Literary arts; creative writing, poetry and prose; and Interdisciplinary arts. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and artists with disability are encouraged to apply. Visit the City of Charles website for more information and to apply;

American Australian Association Arts Fund, Indigenous Scholarships
Applications all year round
The American-Australian Arts Fund (AAAF) provides support of up to $20,000 (US) to emerging Native American, Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian, Indigenous Australian and Torres Strait Islander artists to study or undertake artistic development in each other’s countries respectively. The American Australian Association awards more than 15 arts scholarships and grants per year to talented emerging artists. There are three scholarship categories: Nomad Two Worlds Indigenous Arts Scholarship (Both Directions), AAA Indigenous Arts Grant (AUS to USA only) and AAA Arts Fund (Both Directions). Full details are available by visiting the AAAF website.

ARIM – An Artist Residency in Motherhood
ARIM is a self-directed, open-source artist residency designed to empower and inspire artists who are also mothers. It is a cost-free and fully customisable program for any duration and offers a mentorship program as well. This is a unique international residency model designed to take place entirely inside your own home to fit in with everyday life. ARIM presents an opportunity to reframe parenthood as a valuable site for creative practice, rather than an obstruction to be overcome. Read more about how it began and how it works on ARAM’s website;

Arts and culture professional development grant
Open all year round until all funding has been allocated
The Northern Territory Government’s Arts and culture professional development grant offers up to $2,000 per year for eligible artists and arts workers for participation in specialist arts workshops, arts industry forums, national markets and showcasing events. Read more about eligibility and terms and conditions on the website. Applications can be submitted online via the GrantsNT portal.

Arts Worker Internships
Applications open all year round
Arts workers looking for public art project experience, or to enhance their current skill set working in the arts in rural Australia, are invited to apply for the Arts Worker Internship roles at Broken Hill Arts Exchange. Six-month internship placements are offered for Project Team Administrators or Managers and during the placement period accommodation is provided at the Broken Hill Arts Exchange headquarters. Contact to introduce yourself and learn more.

Artback NT Touring Exhibition Program
The Artback NT Touring Exhibition Program focuses on touring quality visual arts exhibitions generated within the NT to audiences in remote, regional, and metropolitan locations nationally. Exhibitions may be fully resolved and ready to tour or may need development support to be tour ready. Proposals are invited from organisations, educational institutions, community groups, public galleries, independent curators, and artists. Expressions of Interest are accepted at any time and will be responded to within three weeks, at which time applicants may be invited to submit a more detailed proposal. Touring Exhibition Proposals are reviewed twice yearly in April and September. Please note this is not an application for funding. Successful proposals will be used to develop applications to seek funds to progress the touring project. Proposal guidelines are available on the website.

BlackCat Gallery Exhibition Proposals 2022
BlackCat Gallery is currently seeking proposals for its 2022 exhibition program. Artists, curators and collectives working in all mediums are invited to apply to exhibit solo and group shows. Visit the website to find out about exhibition duration and costs.

Broken Hill Art Exchange Urban Art Program
The Broken Hill Art Exchange provides mediation between people or organisations interested in undertaking public or private projects in urban environments through the Urban Art Program. Expressions of interest are invited for the Wall Space project from anyone who has permission for a mural to be created on an external wall that is viewable to the public. And on the flip side, local and visiting mural and graffiti artists can submit applications for consideration to have their work featured on available wall spaces. Register by downloading the form on the Broken Hill Art Exchange website or email for more information.

City of Adelaide Quick Response Grants
The City of Adelaide Arts and Cultural Grants Program provides funding to eligible groups, organisations, and individuals for the delivery of creative arts and cultural projects for Adelaide – contributing to a welcoming and dynamic city full of rich and diverse experiences. Funding of up to $2,000 is available for projects including events, activities, performances, public artworks, and workshops. Visit the website for terms and conditions and to apply;

City of Ryde Artist Register
The City of Ryde invites individual artists, creative groups, and organisations from within the local community to join the Artist Register. The Artist Register is a resource composed and employed by Council to program local creatives in events and projects, share expressions of interest for artistic opportunities and facilitate sector networking, and is open to artists who live, work, study or play in the City of Ryde. Click the link above to go to the Art Register.

Collaborate: Outer Space ARI
Applications open year-round
Brisbane-based Outer Space ARI offers opportunities to freelance curators, arts organisations and creatives to use their space between programmed events and exhibitions, for ideas and projects of all sizes. Applications that focus on diversity, experimentation and innovation are encouraged, and all enquiries are subject to approval from the Outer Space programming committee. Outer Space is an equal opportunity organisation that hopes to contribute to the cultivation and incubation of a dynamic local art community. For further information, see the website;

Contemporary Arts Tasmania Proposals
Contemporary Arts Tasmania invite expressions of interest from professional contemporary artists and curators year-round. Submissions can be from individuals or groups, in any medium, and can be developmental in nature or involve a future body of work. Proposals for works to be presented in the gallery, off-site, online, around the building, or become part of the public program are welcome, alongside those, which are experimental in nature, contemporary in concept, and can demonstrate viability. Terms and conditions, eligibility, proposal requirements and contact details are available online.

Create NSW: Small Project Grants
Funding of between $500 to $5,000 is available to support the creation, development and presentation of new work and professional development or promotion for New South Wales-based professional artists and arts and cultural workers. Projects must be clearly defined arts and cultural activities and must not take place within three weeks following the date of your submission. See the website for more information, including application support resources.

Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program
The Western Australian Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries and Lotterywest Creative Communities COVID-19 Recovery Program provides $30,000 in funding for artists-in-residence projects that engage communities and are delivered in partnership with artists and either a local government authority, local school, not-for-profit community organisation or not-for-profit community services organisations. The funding round is open all year round, for projects that start at least 25 days after application submission. Visit the website for more information.

Creative Equity Toolkit
The Creative Equity Toolkit is an initiative of the British Council and Diversity Arts Australia which provides research and digital resources with the aim of increasing cultural diversity and racial equity in the creative sectors. The free toolkit features links to practical resources such as articles and videos, inspiring case studies and important research on increasing diversity. Various topics are covered such as stereotyping, cultural appropriation and unconscious bias. Check out the website for more information.

Creative Futures School Grants
Established to develop ‘design thinking’ skills and improve performance of both teachers and students across art and design studies, Creative Futures School Grants are accepting applications for the Curriculum Project and Materials Grant. The Grant supports the development of curriculum projects and/or classroom activities – such as the cost of materials and manufacturing to realise innovative projects that would advance teaching practice across school projects. Visit the website for more information and to apply.

Creative Hobart Grants
Applications ongoing
Creative Hobart supports cultural and creative programs that encourage community participation and attract cultural tourism through the Creative Hobart Grants scheme. Two grant categories provide funding for eligible organisations and groups to deliver one-off activities involving artists and communities in the creation, direction, and management of cultural projects within the Hobart municipal area. More information about eligibility can be found on the City of Hobart’s website Community pages.

Cultural and Creative Industries Expert Register
Arts Tasmania is calling for expressions of interest from people who are working or engaged within the arts and screen sectors to apply to join the Cultural and Creative Industries Expert Register. Arts Tasmania seeks a broad range of candidates across artforms, ages, cultural background and career stages, including artists, practitioners, administrators, and other sector professionals, and are currently interested in applicants who have expertise in the areas of Cultural Arts and Community Development. Successful applicants may be invited to join a panel to assess applications in support of Arts Tasmania and Screen Tasmania programs, but are under no obligation to participate if invited. Assessors are paid in accordance with Tasmanian Government guidelines. Visit Arts Tasmania’s Grants and Funding pages online for more information and to register your interest, or contact the organisation by calling (03) 6165-6666 or via email

FELTspace Writers Program
Applications are open
FELTspace is calling for writers, text artists and practitioners to submit expressions of interest for the FELTspace Writers Program. Contributors will respond to FELTspace’s monthly exhibition program; experimental, critical and alternative forms of writing practice are welcomed. The program provides opportunities for writers to have their work published online and encourages critical discourse around the FELTspace exhibition program. The FELTspace team facilitate professional development and mentoring and work closely with selected writers to connect them with exhibiting artists. Writers can receive feedback and editorial assistance in the development of their pieces. A wide variety of approaches, including traditional critical arts writing, exhibition reviews, prose, experimental writing, poetry, and digital recording are invited. Go online for more information and to read works by past contributors;

First Nations Curators Program
Applications open all year round
Firstdraft supports an emerging Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander practitioner to present an exhibition at Firstdraft through the First Nations Curators Program designed to provide early-career curators with new skills, professional development and access to key industry networks. The Firstdraft board will work with the recipient to select a mentor of their choice. Recipients receive a $1,500 curatorial fee, $1,000 for artist fees, professional mentorship and the opportunity to develop a four-week exhibition and public program with access to Firstdraft’s resources.

Fremantle Arts Centre Residencies
Applications open all year
Home to 11 studios and a residential apartment, Fremantle Arts Centre (FAC) can accommodate a variety of disciplines and project requirements, for local, national and international artists. Individual artists, groups of artists, curators, writers and organisations can apply for a residency for the creation of new works, research, and practice development. Proposals are considered in relation to FAC’s other programming and studio availability. For more information and to apply, visit the website.

IGNITE: Gallery
Belco Arts, ACT welcomes local, regional, and interstate artists living with a disability to apply to exhibit at IGNITE: Gallery. IGNITE offers artists opportunity to create work for exhibitions, develop their arts practice through professional exhibition experiences, access affordable display options, and gain financial returns for their work. Visit the website to find out more and to submit a proposal.;

Kitchen Gallery Exhibition Opportunities
Applications open all year round
The Kitchen Gallery located at the Broken Hill Art Exchange Residences invites exhibition proposals from artists to exhibit works in any medium in the gallery space. Gallery hire is by application, which requires full details of the exhibition, including dates, description, images, and artist biography. No commission is taken by Broken Hill Art Exchange on sales. See the website for the application form and more information.

Museums & Galleries of NSW – Grants
Museums & Galleries of NSW (M&G NSW) offer support to cultural institutions to develop their programs and the visitor experience. M&G NSW assists with professional development, small grant funding and Aboriginal cultural development projects for small to medium galleries, museums and Aboriginal cultural centres in NSW, to enable them to maximise their impact and help create strong and thriving local communities. There are several grants on offer including Gallery and Volunteer Museum Grants, Fellowship and Mentoring Programs and much more.

NAVA Artists’ Benevolent Fund
The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) have renewed their Artists’ Benevolent Fund, which provides one-off payments of $2,000 to Australian visual artists in a state of crisis as a result of fire, flood, storm, serious illness, major accident, declared state or national emergencies, or some other unexpected catastrophic experience. As applicants will be seeking access to the Fund at the most difficult of times, the application process presents minimal burden to artists. To read the Terms and Conditions and application process, visit the website.

Regional Arts Development Fund – Activate Small Grants
The Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF), which is delivered by the City of Gold Coast in partnership with Arts Queensland offers funding to support a wide range of arts and cultural projects, artists and arts and cultural workers at all stages of their career. Active Small Grants offer up to $5,000 for individuals, organisations, and collectives seeking smaller levels of funding for arts and culture-based activities. More information is available on the City of Gold Coast website;

Playing Queensland Fund
Applications open all year round
The Playing Queensland Fund (PQF) supports the delivery of performing and visual arts projects by Queensland artists and organisations that are ready to tour and have demonstrated community interest and confirmed demand. The fund is designed to support touring arts and education activities, and artist in residence projects targeted at schools and kindergartens in regional Queensland. A component of the fund delivers outcomes under the Queensland Government’s Backing Indigenous Arts Initiative (BIA). Visit the Queensland Government website to read important information about available funds, eligibility and how to apply.

Professional Development Fund Grant
Open all year round
The Northern Territory Arts Grant Program supported by Arts NT offers support for professional artists and arts workers in the Northern Territory to access development opportunities through the Professional Development Fund Grants. Applicants can apply for up to $2,000 per financial year. Supported activities include participation in specialist workshops and training, arts industry forums, national markets and showcasing events. Support for attending awards, ceremonies, exhibitions, and competitions
is not priority.

Public Art – Library Sculpture Plinth in 2022
Artists producing small scale 3D work are invited to apply to exhibit in Gallery Lane Cove & Creative Studios’ outdoor sculpture plinth in NSW 2066. Located in Library Square on Longueville Road, the Sculpture Plinth offers a position of high exposure within Lane Cove’s central foot traffic precinct. Exhibition spaces are available for 2022 for between 2 to 4 weeks. Applications are available online.

Sketch Collective Gallery
Proposals are open for exhibitions throughout 2022
On January 4, 2022, Sketch Collective opened a new gallery at 420 Crown Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010. Artists working across all mediums and forms of creative practice are invited to apply to exhibit as part of Sketch Collective Gallery’s inaugural 2022 exhibition program. Artists who are keen to exhibit solo or contribute an artwork or two for sale in group shows are encouraged. Email the team or call (02) 9191-1517 for more information;

Queensland Arts Showcase Program
Applications accepted at any time
The Queensland Arts Showcase provides financial support to individuals, organisations, and collectives to deliver accessible arts and cultural experiences for Queensland. The funding is administered across three streams; Arts Ignite – funding of up to $80,000 for new works; Arts Illuminate – funding of up to $120,000 for presenting or working with acclaimed artists; and Arts Impact – funding of up to $80,000 for diverse arts and cultural experiences for Queensland. For guidelines, application forms and to apply, visit the website.

Sculptors Queensland Residency
Applications are open year round
Sculptors Queensland (SQ) is a not-for-profit organisation, which seeks to promote sculpture as an important cultural and creative expression. SQ invites applications for the Artist in Residence program, which is designed to facilitate the development of new work and to introduce participants to broader networks within Brisbane’s community and surroundings. Resident artists have access to SQ’s facilities for a period of three months, where they will present a range of public programs such as a forum, workshop, or exhibition. Visit the website for more information and to apply;

Tactile Arts 2022 Exhibition Program
Tactile Arts is seeking expressions of interest from artists and craftspeople for their 2022 Exhibition Program. Tactile Art Gallery is located on the grounds of the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory and runs an extensive exhibition program featuring artists and craftspeople across a wide range of media, including group and solo shows. Proposals are sought from experienced artists working across all visual arts media and disciplines, including but not limited to ceramics, drawing, painting, printmaking, textiles, weaving, photography, glass, and jewellery. Visit the website for more information and to apply;

Tactile Arts Workshop Proposals
Experienced artists working across a range of art, craft, and design practices, are invited to submit expressions of interest to run workshops in ceramics, drawing, painting, printmaking, textiles, weaving, photography, glass, and jewellery at Tactile Arts Studios in the Northern Territory. Contact information, as well as a link to a budget template, and submission forms are available online;

Tanks Arts Centre Residency Program
The Tanks Arts Centre Artist in Residence program has been developed to appeal to a range of arts practitioners working across visual art, music, writing, performance, multi-media, and community cultural development. Opportunities are offered for short and long-term projects, especially those that have a connection to or presentation outcome at Tanks Arts Centre. Applications are welcome from all parties, with no set application deadlines. The program invites creative ideas from local, national and international artists and community groups. Visit the website to download guidelines and application form;

Taslaska – Youth open call
Taslaska is an initiative between Alaska’s Anchorage Museum, Australian Big hART, arts and social justice organisation, and Tasmania’s Burnie Art Gallery, inviting youth aged 12-19 years to submit contributions for a virtual zine. Taslaska’s collective vision is for young people from Alaska and Tasmania to connect and share their own experiences of place and people. Submissions can be videos, photos, audio interviews, portraits, illustrations, animations, poems, maps, favourite places, or other portrayals of place. *Note: participants who submit are also agreeing to have their entries shared on social media and in the virtual zine. Send entries for the zine to with your name, age, city, and any statement you want to include, or share your work on your own social media platforms at any time, and tag #Taslaska. Contact Burnie Art Gallery via email: for more information, visit the gallery’s social media platforms, or go to Anchorage Museum’s website;

West Tamar Small Project Grants
Applications open all year round
West Tamar Council’s Small Project Grants respond to requests for funding throughout the year and provide an opportunity for new applicants to form a relationship with Council and gain an understanding of the grant process. Small Project Grants are assessed monthly and allow groups, and organisations who meet the selection criteria to gain access to small amounts of grant funding, up to $1,500. All potential applicants are encouraged to contact the Community Development Officer to provide a brief overview of their project. Please read the guidelines on the website thoroughly prior to submitting your application. Contact the Community Development Officer on (03) 6323-9200, if required.

Woden Arts Register
The Woden Arts Register, a directive of Woden Arts in the ACT, invites artists working across all art forms including, but not limited to musicians, visual artists, writers, and performers based in the Woden local area to join. Information provided to the register is used to share opportunities with local artists through the Woden Arts Program, and to identify artists suited to perform at events, participate in exhibitions, deliver workshops, or be involved in other arts activities;