Aboriginal arts and culture protocols
First Nations People on this continent are the custodians of the longest living culture in the world. Aboriginal people have been sharing their unique cultures for thousands of generations.
Through guidance from cultural authorities, such as Elders and cultural knowledge keepers, a wide range of protocols help guide cultural business practices.
Image: Brook Garru Andrew, 'DIWIL', 2021, Installation View, Murray Art Museum Albury. Photo by Jeremy Weihrauch
Support and contact
Create NSW commits to inclusion and diversity and continues to help applicants wishing to apply.
Contact Create NSW arts funding team for help with:
- understanding the guidelines for this grant
- submitting an application in a way that is accessible to you
- arranging an interpreting service for people applying in a language other than English
- arranging an Auslan interpreter service
- arranging a National Relay call.
Image: BakerBoy River Sounds Festival Bellingen 2022 photo And The Trees Photography
Celebrating First Nations creatives
Four NSW Aboriginal cultural centres and keeping places will lead the way as cultural collection digital champions thanks to an $800,000 Creative Captial investment by the NSW Government.
NSW needs an inclusive, sustainable and ambitious approach to arts and culture. The Federal Government's National Cultural Policy Revive, provides an ideal starting point, and they want to hear from you.
The NSW Government is working towards the Ssate’s first Arts, Culture & Creative Industries policy, and we want to hear from you.
9 August 2023