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The Errols – Theatre Council of Tasmania’s Tasmanian Theatre Awards 2018 – will celebrate their night of nights on Saturday 3rd March at Wrest Point.
The Theatre Council of Tasmania Inc. (TCT) is the peak body for the sector. It exists to advance the interests of Tasmanian theatre locally, nationally and internationally. It undertakes strategic advocacy and coordinates initiatives to build the sector’s capacity and secure the creative future of theatre in the State for all Tasmanians.
The TCT has produced the annual Tasmanian Theatre Awards since 2015.
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The 68th City of Hobart Eisteddfod will be held from 21st May to 24th June in 2018.  The ‘Highlights Concert’ will be performed on Sunday 1st July at 2pm in the Hobart Town Hall.
The Eisteddfod is open to everyone to enter. All that is needed is a passion for the performing arts whether playing an instrument, acting, singing or reciting poetry.

Young or ‘older’, the Eisteddfod welcomes singers, musicians and actors individually and as groups offering sections for choirs, orchestras and bands, duos, trios, quartets and more.
All sections are performed for an audience with adjudication by a qualified, experienced professional. 
Every year hundreds of awards, certificates and thousands of dollars in prizes are presented to competitors; this recognition is made possible by the generous support of many wonderful sponsors.
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Creative Hobart Grants – 2018 Grant Round 1 opens 5th February 2018 and closes Midnight 5th March 2018
Creative Hobart supports cultural and creative programs that encourage community participation, attract cultural tourism and make Hobart a truly wonderful place to live, work and visit.
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The 2018 Hazel Rowley Literary Fellowship Shortlist has been announced.  The Winner will be presented 8th March 2018.
The fellowship commemorates the life, ideas and writing of Hazel Rowley (1951–2011) and awards $15,000 to an emerging or established Australian writer to support research and development of a new biographical work.  The Fellowship encourages writers to immerse themselves in their subject’s lives and culture.
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Arts Action 

Art Mob

The Art Society of Tasmania Inc

Bett Gallery

Blue Cow Theatre

Bundanon Trust Artist-in-Residence program

Colville Gallery

Contemporary Art Tasmania

Dark Mofo

Entrepôt Gallery

Festival of Voices

Gallery Salamanca

Handmark Gallery

Moonah Arts Centre

Mona Foma

Musica Viva Tasmania

Plimsoll Gallery

RACT Insurance Tasmanian Portraiture Prize

Salamanca Arts Centre

SITUATE Art in Festivals Arts Lab 2016

Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Tasmanian International Arts Festival

UTas – Art and Visual Communication

Van Demon Dames Films

Wide Angle Tasmania