13 April 2016

Arts Minister Mitch Fifield, and Senator for Western Australia Dean Smith today announced $400,000 for a new international residency program in Western Australia through the Catalyst—Australian Arts and Culture Fund.

Catalystfunding for this project will support the establishment of The Goods Shed in Claremont, by local arts organisation FORM, to support urban renewal in the area. The Goods Shed development will include a facility for visiting artists, including opportunities for residencies in rural and regional Western Australia.

Read the full Catalyst funds new international artist residency in WA media release.

The Catalyst—Australian Arts and Culture Fund is open to applications at all times. For more information or to apply, visit the Catalyst webpage or call 1800 590 577.