RGASA advocates for South Australian
Public Galleries Professional development
and networking opportunities for
gallery staff and volunteers
NAVA is great resource for emerging and professional
creatives they offer Grants and Professional Development opportunities, Artist Insurance
Advice on fees and wages for creatives, code of practice for creatives and more.
Carclew is South Australia’s only multi-art form and cultural organisation dedicated to artistic outcomes by and for people aged 26 and under. It provides young people with opportunities to try different art forms, supports emerging artists to develop their craft and advocates for youth arts practice.
Carclew’s programs consist of workshops, events, arts projects, funding programs, and skill development opportunities, which:
Provide funding, scholarships and mentoring opportunities for South Australian artists aged 26 and under.
Provide funding for youth arts organisations working with children and young people.
Connect artists with South Australian schools, teachers and students.
Help young South Australians connect with arts industry professionals.
Provide South Australian artists with affordable rehearsal, performance and exhibition spaces.
Profile and celebrating young South Australian artists.
Connect children and young people to the arts across South Australia
Professional Development for artists
Guildhouse is a not for profit organisation that supports visual artists, craftspeople and designers to build and maintain sustainable careers. They help nurture and extend art practices and business development and connect professional opportunities, markets and networks.
They offer Professional Development opportunities, Tool kits, Advice, Insurance and more.
Bachelor’s Degrees, Research and Coursework Masters Degrees available, as well PhD study options. Study ceramics, drawing, glass, jewellery and metal, new media arts, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, and contemporary art history and theory.
Study drawing, painting and sculpture, art history & theory and professional practice.
Has a selection of short courses as well as degree & certificate courses, check website for details
Has a selection of short courses as well as degree & certificate courses; heck website for details
Study Arts Administration
Study Museum Curator
Study Art Therapy
Resources for Students & Educators
AGSA has an great resources for staff and students alike, with regular Professional Development opportunities for school teachers.
The Indigenous Art Code helps protect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists by getting sellers of their art to commit to treating artists fairly, honestly and respectfully.
Artist contract templates, legal advice and referrals
The Copyright Agency is an Australian not-for-profit organisation that has been standing up for creators for more than 40 years. They enable the reuse of copyright-protected words and images in return for fair payment to creators.