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Crowbar 2014

The Minister for the Arts, the Hon. Dr Vanessa Goodwin MLC, has announced grants of $37 150 through Arts Tasmania's Crowbar program 2014.

These campaigns received $37 150 in Crowbar funds and attracted a total of $123 658 via 1 723 pledges from the public.

Grants

The following artists have received funding through Arts Tasmania's Crowbar program 2014.

Joshua Lowe received $2 000 towards Radical Kid.

The Second Echo Ensemble received $2 000 towards creative development for the Rite of Spring.

The Loud Mouth Theatre Company received $2 000 towards Hamlet – Heads or Tails.

Kitty Taylor and Karen Revie received $1 000 towards the Holographic Lounge Room Experience.

Lucy MacDonald and Ellie Oddie-Jones received $2 000 towards the first print edition of Aphra Magazine.

Holly Kench and Alisa Krasnostein received $2 000 towards the Defying Doomsday anthology.

Tehani Wessely and Tansy Rayner-Roberts received $2 000 towards the Cranky Ladies of History anthology.

Sonia Strong received $800 towards The Boobook's Nook.

Rachel Taylor received $2 000 towards producing an album.

Angela Boxall received $2 000 towards producing an album.

The Embers received $2 000 towards album pressing.

Chase City received $1 000 towards a music video.

Siobhan Corcoran received $2 000 towards her debut album.

Harry Edwards, Isaac Gee and Felicity Lovett received $1 350 towards recording an album.

The Theatre Council of Tasmania received $2 000 towards administering the Tasmanian Theatre Awards.

Ros Peck received $2 000 towards the Short+Sweet Theatre Festival.

Art Farm Birchs Bay Incorporated received $2 000 towards the launch of Art Farm Birchs Bay.

Ping Chen received $2 000 towards Unseen Mountain.

Arwen Dyer received $2 000 towards a residency on Flinders Island.

Dan Cripps received $2 000 towards HUMOSAIC.

Pete Mattila and Ben Beames received $1 000 towards the Gun Metal Records project.