The Community Art Framework provides a framework for achieving a creative and artistic community.
It recognises and supports artistic creativity and uses art to create a sense of place and identity.
The Framework will set the direction for high quality arts outcomes that will be appreciated by the local community and developed over the next ten years
To encourage the community to be creative and artistic Council has funding available through a competitive grant round known as the Community Art Fund.
The Community Art Fund provides funding to artists, community groups and non-profit community based organisations for projects which support the achievement of the Community Art Framework and Strategic Plan 2016-2026 including the following key strategies:
There is up to $8,000 available for Public Art Project(s) and placemaking activities that create a sense of identity. The fund is competitive and will be allocated on merit.
Applications open on 2 March 2017 and close on 7 April 2017. Future rounds are subject to funding availability.
Click the links below to download the guidelines and application form or collect a copy from Council offices.
Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery is the oldest Regional Gallery in South Australia and is accommodated in a beautiful Georgian home once owned by the Pavy family. The Gallery houses a permanent Collection of Australian Art including etchings by John Goodchild, Australian Contemporary works on paper, Aboriginal prints, paintings and ceramics.
The Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery’s vision is to preserve, maintain and develop the Gallery for the benefit of the local community and all visitors, with the aim of encouraging appreciation of the arts, and the promotion of local artists.
The Gallery provides quality exhibition spaces, a retail shop, a workshop space, and venue hire. The exhibition programme includes an Annual Art Prize, a yearly SALA (SA Living Artists) exhibition, regular children and adult workshops, and high quality travelling exhibitions from CASA (Country Arts South Australia).
Wednesday to Friday – 10am to 4pm
Saturday and Sunday – 10am to 3pm
The Gallery is situated on the corner of Ormerod Street and Riverside Drive
91 Ormerod Street, Naracoorte SA 5271
Phone 08 8762 3390
The Naracoorte Art Gallery Ibis Art Competition is held annually and includes 2 Dimension, 3 Dimensional, Photography and Student sections.
Applications for the 2017 Ibis Art Competition close Friday February 24th 2017.
Entry Forms are available here: Ibis 2017 Entry Form(326 kb)
Conditions of Entry are available here: Conditions of Entry Ibis 2017(231 kb)
For all enquires please email or phone the Naracoorte Art Gallery.