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When you email Carclew, if you have an URGENT ENQUIRY your correspondence will be dealt with at the time of receipt.
If you have a GENERAL ENQUIRY your correspondence will be forwarded onto the appropriate person/department to respond.
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An all-terrain, custom built, mobile sound and vision studio for workshop delivery to under-resourced schools and regional and remote communities
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
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
An artist resource kit assisting teachers and artists working together to deliver lively, relevant and engaging art education
A national program designed to deliver Arts Administration Traineeships to the arts and creative sectors throughout Australia
A festive market set in Carclew's iconic gardens bustling with art, entertainment, food and drinks
An arts incubator that supported artists to establish viable arts businesses
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 scholarship supporting young South Australian artists to undertake a professional development program in Italy
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 mini-project that engaged with and inspire local young creative writers to share their words and perspectives about the world around them
Trainee artists aged 17 to 26 years creating commissioned artworks under the mentorship of professional artists
A professional development series for emerging creatives, offering skills development, networking opportunities
Professional learning for industry practitioners and brokered business engagement with emerging creative consultants
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