November 23, 2016

Mikala Dwyer and Michelle Nikou awarded inaugural NAVA Visual Arts Fellowship 2016

The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) and Copyright Agency | Viscopy congratulate artists Mikala Dwyer (NSW), and Michelle Nikou (SA) announced as recipients of the inaugural $20,000 NAVA Visual Arts Fellowship. Aimed at mid-career artists these prestigious new Fellowships supported by the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund and administered by NAVA, ensure these exceptional […]

November 21, 2016

Finalists for Australia’s Richest Author Fellowship Announced

The Copyright Agency’s annual $80,000 Author Fellowship, honouring the work of Australia’s best mid-to-late career authors has today announced its shortlist. The fellowship, which has doubled in value from $40,000 in its inaugural year, is now the flagship endowment for mid-to-late career authors providing valuable financing so they can develop their next work. “The calibre […]

November 18, 2016

Reading Australia celebrates three years of bringing Aussie stories back to the classroom

Reading Australia is celebrating its third birthday with more than 270 books, 80 essays and almost 120 teaching resources now available to teachers Australia-­wide, as part of its ongoing commitment to improve the teaching of Australian literature in schools. Reading Australia was created by the not-­for-­profit Copyright Agency in response to growing concerns that knowledge […]

October 5, 2016

Co.Lab Writer + Director Program 2016 participants just announced!

Supported by Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund, the Malthouse Theatre (VIC) recently announced the 2016 participants for its seedling initiative, Co.Lab Writer + Director Program. The first program of its kind in Australia, this 3 year intensive residency enables selected playwrights and directors, across all stages of their careers, the time, space and opportunity to come […]

September 9, 2016

Literature under threat if copyright changes are adopted

On the day of the announcement of the Miles Franklin Award (26 August), author Anna Funder wrote in The Age, “Even as a child I knew that the books that got the gold sticker tapped into something profound about humanity and about this country. When my book All That I Am won in 2012, though I was far […]

Kim Williams

August 26, 2016

Keeping the focus on ‘Brilliant Careers’

Melbourne Writers’ Festival 2016 Opening Night Speech by Kim Williams on the Miles Franklin Award What does it take to produce a superb work of literature? Talent, intelligence and the perseverance of an explorer, perhaps even a fictitious one such as Johann Ulrich Voss. A writer needs patience, time and a quiet place to encounter an […]

August 26, 2016

A. S. Patrić wins the 2016 Miles Franklin Award

Author A. S. Patrić has won the prestigious 2016 Miles Franklin Literary Award for his debut novel, Black Rock White City. The award, announced at the opening night of the Melbourne Writers Festival tonight, has delivered Mr Patrić $60,000 in prize money from the Miles Franklin Trust, managed by Perpetual. As one of the five […]

The Create Career Fund supports individual mid-to-late career artists and authors by providing grants to support time to write and create. Applicants are able to apply for grants of $10,000, $15,000 or $20,000.

August 3, 2016

Opportunities for creators throughout their careers

The Copyright Agency’s Career Fund changed this year, with the development of two strands of funding, the Ignite and Create Career Funds The Ignite fund is for emerging creators and the Create fund is for established creators. The Create Career Fund received 132 applications in its inaugural June round. All three judges were impressed with […]

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