2016 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards Winners Announced

April 4th, 2017

The winners for the 2016 Sidney Myer Performing Arts Awards are: Gavin Webber, Co-Artistic Director, The Farm, (Qld), Individual Award, $60,000 Australian Theatre for Young People, (NSW), Group Award, $90,000, and Kathy Burns, Artistic Director, Barkly Regional Arts, (NT), Facilitator’s Prize, $25,000. They were announced by Carrillo Gantner AO, Chair of the Sidney Myer Fund […]

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Sidney Myer Fund and James and Diana Ramsay Foundation Collaborate to Support South Australia’s Independent Artists

March 14th, 2017

On Tuesday 14 March 2017, the Sidney Myer Fund and the James and Diana Ramsay Foundation announced that their co-funded Capacity Building Program for South Australian artists and small to medium arts organisations was open for application. The program will provide grants of up to $50,000 split into two equal payments over two years for independent […]

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Sidney Myer Fund & GALFA Co-funding Round

January 5th, 2017

The Sidney Myer Fund and the GALFA Board of Directors are pleased to announce their next joint funding round, with a focus on the wellbeing of LGBTI people living with a disability. A grant of up to $15,000 will be available to support an initiative assisting LGBTI people living with a disability in any of […]

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Announcements

Sustainability and Environment Capacity Building Grants NOW OPEN

December 14th, 2016

Grants are offered to support capacity building for community organisations working in urban biodiversity of improvements to the urban natural environment. Applications are now open and close on 3 February 2017. The Myer Foundation and Sidney Myer Fund Capacity Building Stream (CBS) seeks to resource community and non-profit organisations to increase their effectiveness and impact […]

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A New Approach for Australia’s Cultural Sector

December 2nd, 2016

Australia lacks a public, expert, independent voice championing investment and return in arts and culture. Defending and promoting the benefit of intellectual and creative life as a critical crucible of the national future is proving to be increasingly difficult. Australia needs an informed independent entity which has the necessary resources and public authority to advance […]

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