Carclew is a peak body operating in the youth arts sector in South Australia. We work with young people aged 26 years and under in three main program areas:
Providing high quality arts experiences for children and young people, primarily in disadvantaged communities working with the education sector to embed creativity in schools supporting early career artists through funding and professional development to further their practice.
Donations can be directed to any of our program areas, however we are currently focusing on our Carclew Fellowships.
Carclew plays a key role in building the South Australian arts industry through a range of support initiatives for early career artists. The centrepiece is our career development Fellowships program.
Carclew Fellowships allow young artists and arts workers to undertake a significant and self-designed program of professional development. They are open to applicants practicing in all creative mediums, as well as technical, administration and production areas of the arts. Proposals can range in value from $3,000 to $12,000.
Fellowship recipients have attended international summer schools, participated in masterclasses, residencies, internships and mentorships, or sought exposure to innovation and cutting-edge ideas nationally and internationally.
$50,000 awarded annually
83 awarded since 1994
(known as scholarships prior to 2017)
> Click here for more information about Carclew Fellowships
> Click here to download a form to make a donation
Carclew is a not-for-profit organisation with Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) status. All donations made to Carclew are tax deductible.