Tura acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn and create. We pay our respects to Elders past and present. With solidarity and friendship we say thank you.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that the Tura website contains names, images and voices of people who have passed away.
Tura are proud to announce that we have been successful in securing Four-Year Investment Funding from Creative Australia from 2025-2028.
We are incredibly grateful to receive this essential support that will allow us to continue our work across Australia and beyond. We look forward to building upon our 36 year history of presenting, producing, commissioning, exhibiting, publishing, advocating and supporting Australian cultural development.
We congratulate the expanded list of successful organisations across Australia as we see the roll out of the National Cultural Policy taking effect. We equally send our commiserations to the many organisations who do such great and worthwhile work across the sector but sadly were not funded in this round.
Our vision is an Australia where creativity, collaboration and artistic risk are valued and connect us to our country and to one another. Tura recognise and thank all of our community partners, artists and supporters without whom our programs and projects wouldn’t be possible.
Images of The Journey Down in Broome, Recording for Sound FX in the Fitzroy Valley and Alluvial Gold in Perth. Photos by Edify Media.