The Sunshine Coast Arts Foundation (SCAF) is inviting local arts organisations and artists to apply for partnerships to offer tax deductibility to their donors or to be a recipient of GIFTED annual giving campaign.
Art & Culture
WATCH: The Events Centre, Caloundra (TEC) is proud to be celebrating 40 years of providing the Sunshine Coast with entertainment and community events, as well as business events, gala dinners and many other events.
Her vibrant artwork is already wrapped around a MINI art car and roving the streets, but last night the laurels kept coming with Natalya Hughes taking out the top gong at the Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2020 announcement.
Artists have been doing it tough during COVID-19, but their passion and creativity hasn’t stopped, with the Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2020 receiving a record 711 entries.
Almost 20 years ago, local surf artist Owen Cavanagh painted a large mural of Mudjimba Island on the side of an old cane shed next to the Sunshine Motorway. In the coming weeks the mural will carefully propped up with metal framing set in a concrete footing.
WATCH: As works on Sunshine Coast Council’s $3.3 million Cribb Street Upgrade in Landsborough continue, local artist Claire Matthews (known as Fuzeillear) has completed a stunning mural.
Mandatory sign-in measures are in place at Sunshine Coast Council venues to keep the community safe and ensure the implementation of COVID-safe plans.
Not-for-profit community groups hoping to inspire others and make a real difference on the Sunshine Coast can now apply for Sunshine Coast Council’s latest round of its Major Grants program that opened today (13 July).
With more than $40,000 in cash and prizes on offer, artists from across the country are encouraged to get their entries in for the Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2020, before submissions close tomorrow (July 14).
The Sunshine Coast’s cultural and creative playground is back in business and welcoming artists and musicians, visitors and audiences, party planners and event organisers once more.