• Zoe Woods, Olivia Dryden, Stephanie Jaclyn

Helpmann Fellowships

Supported by The James & Diana Ramsay Foundation

We are thrilled to be partnering with The James and Diana Ramsay Foundation to present this wonderful opportunity, open to emerging artists from all of our partner institutions working in visual arts, theatre, dance, music and film.

Valued at up to $20,000 each, the fellowships will be awarded in both 2017 and 2018. The Fellowships will fund projects of significance, supporting early career artists to realise their visions and build sustainable practices, shaping their future and empowering them to transform the cultural landscape. It is intended the Fellowships will enable artists to pursue professional development opportunities overseas or interstate.

The Helpmann Fellowships are made possible through a grant from The James and Diana Ramsay Foundation. The James and Diana Ramsay Foundation fosters excellence in the arts and is committed to supporting high quality arts programs to encourage a robust arts sector and increase its accessibility.

For more information:
Contact Helpmann Academy 7320 3330 / [email protected]

Proudly supported by The James and Diana Ramsay Foundation

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Applications for the 2017 Helpmann Fellowships closed
on 24 February 2017.

Read about the inaugural Helpmann Fellowships recipients.

2017 Fellowship Recipients
Olivia Dryden | Adelaide College of the Arts (TAFE SA)
Stephanie Jaclyn | Flinders University
Zoe Woods | University of South Australia