March 25, 2022

Copyright Agency Partnerships/ACCA 2022

The Copyright Agency is excited to be working with the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) in 2022 for the second year of our Copyright Agency Partnerships (CAP) visual arts commission. This annual series was launched in April 2021 to support major commissions for mid-career and established visual artists, providing an $80,000 commission and solo […]

Khaled Sabsabi, '1008' (detail), 2020. 56 pieces, enamel, acrylic paint on paper and foam board, 360 x 420 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Milani gallery, Brisbane. Photographer Carl Warner.

March 24, 2022

What’s coming up on our Cultural Fund Calendar

The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund will support visual artists and galleries in the following exhibitions across Australia. The 2022 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Free/State opened on 5 March, with an outstanding selection of artists challenging histories and art forms. Curator Sebastian Goldspink has compiled a Spotify playlist with an eclectic mix of songs (chosen […]

March 21, 2022

Celebrate Poetry

World Poetry Day, which falls on 21 March, celebrates the humble poem – whether read, written or spoken – as a unique and powerful mode of expression. Poetry has the power to capture and transform audiences in many different ways through the imaginative use of words and language, phonetics, punctuation, design and more. This World […]

February 14, 2022

Cultural Fund calendar: February to June 2022

Cultural Fund Grants Applications for Copyright Agency’s Reading Australia Fellowship for Teachers of English and Literacy open on 28 February. This Fellowship supports an experienced teacher or teacher librarian to undertake professional skills development and career-enhancing opportunities, with projects to start after 1 August 2022. Read more about the eligibility requirements as well as the […]

December 7, 2021

Copyright Agency latest release of grants offers critical sector support

The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund has announced the recipients of its latest round of funding to support Australian writers, publishers, visual artists and creative organisations.

Bri Lee & Anwen Crawford

September 7, 2021

How two former UTS Writers in Residence released their new books within months of each other.

Authors Bri Lee (Eggshell Skull, Beauty) and Anwen Crawford (Live Through This) were both holders of the New Writer Fellowship, in 2020 and 2018 respectively.

Photo of Sarah Holland-Batt, Omar Sakr and Laura Jean McKay. Courtesy of Red Room Poetry.

August 11, 2021

Red Room Poetry Month

August is Poetry Month, an initiative that Red Room Poetry created to increase the value and awareness of Australian poets and publishers of Australian poetry.

Photo of TextaQueen with CAP and 4A logos.

August 10, 2021

TextaQueen is awarded the inaugural Copyright Agency Partnerships $80,000 commission with 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art

Visual artist TextaQueen is the recipient of the inaugural Copyright Agency Partnerships (CAP) $80,000 commission to develop and exhibit a major body of work with the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney.

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Image Credit: Copyright Agency Partnerships logo, Copyright Agency Cultural Fund logo and Australian Centre for Contemporary Art logo.

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