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The Sharehouse residency program invites young artists to make Carclew House their creative home for 12 months
A First Peoples creative industries incubator that is 100% dedicated to elevating the careers of contemporary Blak artists through art
Based in the City of Onkaparinga, young people are creative collaborators and decision makers supported by professional makers and mentors
A community cultural development program for young people and teachers with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
A community and cultural development project which aims to establish longer-term and sustainable connections between Aboriginal artists, cultural practitioners and their local primary schools
A free workshop program in the southern suburbs that provides a lively introduction to the performing arts for children aged 5-12 years old
A drop-in contemporary art space for young creators and their families open Saturdays and during school holidays
Creative First Nations culture workshops by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
An affordable short-term delivery of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander creative workshops in schools
Financial support to young emerging cultural and creative artists for career building, skills development, exploring new methods and techniques, and research towards creative development
A series of exhibitions at Carclew House's foyer
For organisations working in any art form developed and presented for, by and with children and young people aged 26 years and under
Grants to support and encourage the growth and development of young talent in the South Australian arts community.
A youth led radio station running from 1983-1989
A youth arts participation and access program developed by Carclew in 1990
Support offered to South Australian companies and independent performance artists
An artist resource kit assisting teachers and artists working together to deliver lively, relevant and engaging art education
In early November 2011, Off the Couch travelled to the Riverland to deliver Recording the Regions
An Artists In Schools residency program specifically for schools and communities in Roxby Downs, Whyalla, Port Augusta and Port Pirie
15 children explored the city taking hundreds of photographs and created their own artwork to map the city of Adelaide
Wondrous candy coloured installations exhibited in empty shopfront windows in the Adelaide CBD for Come Out Festival 2013
A cultural mapping and volunteering project by ‘stealth’, using the mechanism of creating an interactive zombie theatre experience
A child-led collaboration between Carclew, Hampstead Primary School and the Art Gallery of South Australia teaching children the about Ngarrindjeri culture and arts
A workshop for kids and their dads to create their very own ‘real world’ game using imagination, live-action and teamwork
Free culturally diverse and creative workshops for children aged 5-12 years which aim to encourage artistic talent and global understanding at WOMADelaide
A national program designed to deliver Arts Administration Traineeships to the arts and creative sectors throughout Australia
A 12-week program of workshops aiming to build the capacity of newly arrived young people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds in story-telling and filmmaking
A festive market set in Carclew's iconic gardens bustling with art, entertainment, food and drinks
An interactive installation, originally created for GROUNDED during the 2018 Adelaide Fringe, with textile designer Chantal Henley (Nughi / Mununjali)
A school holiday workshop program, offering day-long creative activities for kids aged 5-17 years in our stunning North Adelaide venue
An arts incubator that supported artists to establish viable arts businesses
Supporting the professional development of a South Australian printmakers
A short film written, directed and performed by young people from the southern suburbs of Adelaide.
A professional development intensive to inspire the use of creativity and arts practice across curriculum delivery
Over 9 days, 14 emerging regional writers aged 18-26 from across Australia gathered to learn, connect and write, while being mentored by leading Australian playwrights
Interest free commercial loans for individual artists, groups and creative practitioners aged 18 - 26 years
A partnership with the City of Adelaide that offered three young arts practitioners the opportunity to curate visual art projects within Council locations
A residency program established to encourage students’ and teachers’ participation in and appreciation of the arts through creative interaction with a professional arts practitioner
A scholarship supporting young South Australian artists to undertake a professional development program in Italy
A program bringing together aspiring video game developers to make their first games
A Rapid Response Grant for the immediate needs of young South Australian artists to continue their practice if their work is impacted by COVID-19
A two year program for creative people aged 18-23 living in regional, rural or remote South Australia
A partnership with the Commissioner for Children and Young People (CCYP) to build the cultural agency of children and young people
A listener, cheer squad, connector, collaborator, facilitator, champion and ally for creative people aged 12 – 26 living across regional South Australia
A collection of single-actor scripts written by and for young people from regional Australia
A mini-project that engaged with and inspire local young creative writers to share their words and perspectives about the world around them
A youth-led placemaking project looking to transform an outdoor concrete jungle into a colourful oasis
Improve education outcomes for children by connecting and supporting participation in transformative and high quality learning opportunities embedded in music
A contemporary music industry pathways program for high schools
Carclew's longest running program placing professional artists in schools teaching students and teachers about the arts and the value of artistic expression
Trainee artists aged 17 to 26 years creating commissioned artworks under the mentorship of professional artists
A free online resource for young actors and writers who want to sink their teeth into conversations with like-minded peers
A new multi-platform arts festival being developed by local queer disabled cabaret producer Diana Divine as part of their Emerging Creative Producer
Engaging with children from Amata, Pukatja and Mimili communities to teach and record ancient Inma in Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara languages
A professional development program for primary school teachers designed to integrate arts-based instruction to enhance student learning across multiple Learning Areas of the Australian Curriculum.
A state-wide program engaging primary school teachers who are interested in developing creative and practical approaches to work with the Australian Curriculum: The Arts.
A residency program informed by the school’s learning aims that explores an artform deeply and interacts with a professional artist, expanding on previous art experiences.
A professional development series for emerging creatives, offering skills development, networking opportunities
A professional development program for primary school teachers designed to integrate arts-based instruction to enhance student learning across the Australian Curriculum
Professional learning for industry practitioners and brokered business engagement with emerging creative consultants
A professional learning program in arts curriculum for primary teachers in South Australian government schools (IED category 1–4)
An event series offering unique art experiences
A 12-month program turning Carclew House into a cultural hub owned and activated by young creatives supported by experienced mentors
Contemporary music and dance workshops led by First Nations artists for First Nations young people.
An all-terrain, custom built, mobile sound and vision studio for workshop delivery to under-resourced schools and regional and remote communities
A full day of tailored contemporary music, media and dance workshops for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander upper primary school children