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NSW & ACT Arts Capacity Building Recipients Announced

December 18th, 2018

The Sidney Myer Fund, Nelson Meers Foundation and W & A Johnson Family Foundation are pleased to announce the successful recipients of their co-funded Capacity Building Program for New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory artists and small to medium arts organisations. The program will distribute $340,000. This is the first collaborative funding project between […]

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2017-18 Annual Report

November 26th, 2018

The 2017-18 Annual Report of The Myer Foundation & Sidney Myer Fund is now available online. Every year, through the philanthropy of the Sidney Myer Fund and The Myer Foundation, we work to support the critical efforts of the not-for-profit sector and we actively encourage others to do the same. As is highlighted in the […]

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Supporting Professional Learning for Teachers in Schools

November 12th, 2018

Findings from four years of grant to support teaching quality in schools around Australia have been gathered in an evaluation. The Sidney Myer Fund’s Education Capacity Building Stream made 25 grants totalling $1,200,000 to schools around Australia to enable teachers to develop their practice through peer observation and mentoring. Learning First was engaged to undertake […]

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2018 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards Nominations Open

September 16th, 2018

Nominations for the 2018 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards opened on 17 September and will close at midnight (end of the day) on Sunday 21 October 2018 (AEST). The winners will be publicly announced at a ceremony held on Monday 4 March 2018 in conjunction with the Adelaide Festival. Nominations can be made via this link. […]

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2018 Sidney Myer Creative Fellows Announced

August 29th, 2018

From across Australia, eight exceptional mid-career artists have been announced as the 2018 Sidney Myer Creative Fellows. They are:  Sarah Blasko, Merindah Donnelly, Nicola Gunn, Jonathan Jones, Anna Krien, James Mangohig, S.J Norman, and Nick Power. An unrestricted and tax-free grant of $160,000 over a two-year period has been awarded to each Fellow. ‘I hope this Fellowship will […]

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