SAC Staff Changes :
Creative Producer

A note from the CEO:

On 2 June 2018 Kath Melbourne advised me that she is unable to execute all her duties according to her position description, and as such Kath tendered her resignation.  In accepting Kath’s resignation I have also taken the opportunity to thank Kath for her contribution to SAC this year and to convey our best wishes for her future endeavours and recovery.

During the past month or so Emma Porteus, who has managed SAC’s Situate Art in Festivals program, has also been Acting Creative Producer, and will now take on the all encompassing role of Creative Producer, Arts & Public Programs (of which Situate Art in Festivals is a part). I have every confidence that Emma will continue to do a fantastic job in her new role as SAC continues to develop new projects, to support artists to create new works of national significance to connect, through their art, with our audiences and other communities.

– Joe Bugden, CEO

Apply ONLINE NOW to exhibit at Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC) in 2019

Apply ONLINE NOW to exhibit at Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC) in 2019

SAC is currently seeking applications for inclusion in the 2019 visual arts calendar for the following galleries:

APPLICATIONS CLOSE midnight Monday 30 April 2018

For more information, to download the Conditions of Hire and to APPY ONLINE go to and select the applicable gallery

APPLICATIONS CLOSING SOON! Call Out for Artists Proposals spanning 2018 / 2019 : HyPe Hybrid Performance Program

HyPe, SAC’s Hybrid Performance Program, supports the creation of innovative, contemporary hybrid performance in Tasmania by supporting artists to take conceptual leaps and to challenge the existing limitations of traditional performance making. Up to $10k to support experimentation, pushing the boundaries of your practice and experimenting with new ways of working.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Monday 26 March 2018 @ 9:00am

CLICK HERE for more info and to APPLY ONLINE