Opportunities – July 2019

Your next round up of all things dollars, time and space is here, and there are plenty of residency opportunities – paid – in this edition.

We’d also love to introduce you to Christina Cai, our new Administrator. Christina joins the company having recently completed her Masters of Fine Arts. Outside of the performing arts, she’s a visual artist working across installation, painting, sculpture and video – check out her work here>>

Performing Lines WA and Sensorium pitching at PAX

 

 

Arts House’s Time_Place_Space

 

Bundanon residency program

Last chance

PAC Australia | PAX Early Bird registrations
Discounted registrations to attend the PAX Performing Arts Exchange and the PAC Australia Conference, to be held in the Sunshine Coast in August, end Fri 26 July.

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Box Hill Community Arts Centre | Artist In Residence
The aim of the Artist in Residence program is to support an emerging or established artist while providing the opportunity for the artist to develop their artistic practice in a vibrant, supportive arts facility. Applications close Fri 26 July.

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Trail of Lights Festival | Site responsive temporary illuminated installations
Artists are invited to apply to create Feature Installations (4 chosen) and Spotlight Installations for the festival in September 2019 in Truganina, Victoria. Applications close Fri 26 July.

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Arts House | Time_Place_Space
Time_Place_Space is a research-based residency that will be hosted in regional Victoria in Nov/Dec 2019. Time_Place_Space is not like other residencies: it is an intensely rewarding outdoor experience in which artists are collectively responsible for camping, travelling, teaching, learning, researching and connecting. Up to 15 Australian independent contemporary and experimental artists will be selected. Applications close Mon 29 July.

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Bundanon Trust | 2020 artist residencies
Open to professional artists and thinkers from all disciplines, individually or in groups. Supports new work, research and collaborations by Australian and international artists, hosted in beautiful purpose-built studios. Applications close Mon 29 July.

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ArtsACT | Arts Activities funding
Arts Activities funding is available to ACT-based artists to support artists, groups and arts organisations to undertake a broad range of activities including artform-based projects, mentorships, residencies, professional or skills development and opportunities for the community to actively engage in the arts. Applications close Tues 30 July.

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Performing Lines & BREC’s Artist Residency

 

Emma Fishwick’s YONDER was developed with a SEED residency

 

PARK(ing) Day will be in Brisbane in 2019

August

Performing Lines & BREC | South West Artist Residency
Applications are now open to be part of our inaugural BREC Artist Residency. If you’re an artist or creative working in the performing arts, you can workshop and explore an idea for a new project with your peers and experienced industry mentors. Applications close Fri 30 August.

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Playwriting Australia | Lost Plays
Got a script that received development support through PWA but never made it to the stage? Apply for Lost Plays funding to allow a development and potential path to programming. Applications close Sun 4 August.

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P0SSE | Dance / philosophy workshop
Led in Australia by Alice Heyward, Rebecca Jensen and Sarah Aiken, P0SSE is a new regular opportunity for dance, performance and other creatives to come together, dance and think. To be held Wed 7 August.

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STRUT Dance | Seed Residencies
Choreographers and dance makers can apply for development support through STRUT Dance’s SEED program, including a new international residency opportunity with Komunitas Salihara in Jakarta. Applications close Fri 9 August.

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Brisbane City Council | PARK(ing) Day registrations
You can register to be part of PARK(ing) Day, an annual worldwide event where teams of creative people transform on-street car parking spots into temporary public parks and other spaces for people to enjoy for the day. On Friday 20 September 2019, Brisbane will join cities from around the world in temporarily transforming parking spaces into ‘PARKs’. Registrations close Mon 12 August.

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Paul Mac at our CPA Plus1 campaign launch

 

Festival/Tokyo 2019

Creative Partnerships Australia | MATCH Lab
Individual artists and groups are able to apply for matched funding and fundraising training and support through MATCH Lab. Successful campaigns up to $10,000 can be matched through this scheme. Applications close Wed 14 August.

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Creative Partnerships Australia | Plus1 matched funding
Organisations and DGR-registered companies are invited to apply for matched funding through Creative Partnerships Australia of up to $50,000. Applications close Wed 14 August.

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Creative Victoria | The Creators Fund
Open to individual creative practitioners and collectives across all disciplines, and at all career stages, the program supports artists and creatives to undertake a sustained period of intensive development, research and/or experimentation. Applications close Thurs 29 August.

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Tokyo Arts Council | Festival/Tokyo grant programs
You can apply for support to present work as part of Festival/Tokyo, including development and presentation funding. Applications close Sat 31 August.

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South Australia’s Carclew

 

The logo of Japan's TPAM arts market

TPAM Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama

September

Carclew | Project & Development Grants
Grants for early career artists aged 26 years or under for arts projects with a tangible outcome and/or skills and career development. Project & Development Grants for Individuals are offered twice per year for activity occurring in the following six months. Applications close Sun 1 September.

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Create NSW | Applications to Arts and Cultural Funding Program
The NSW Government have released revised guidelines for their funding system, rolling most annual grants programs (projects, Creative Koori, organisations funding, etc) into two funding rounds a year. The first round closes Mon 2 September. For more information, attend an infosession this week or next, or hit the website.

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Australia Council | International Market Development
A number of market development opportunities are available, including support to attend IPAY in January 2020, and TPAM in February 2020. Applications close Tues 3 September.

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Chamber of Commerce NT | Creative Industries Strategy Survey
The Northern Territory Government is preparing their first Creative Industries Strategy and is seeking input from arts stakeholders.

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Campbelltown Arts Centre | Fisher’s Ghost Art Award 2019
An annual art prize inviting artists to submit works in a variety of artistic categories and mediums. With $38,000 in prize money to be won, the Open section is acquisitive to the Campbelltown City Council collection and is valued at $25,000. Applications close Wed 4 September.

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Roslyn Oades’ Hello, Goodbye & Happy Birthday tour funded through Touring Victoria

Creative Victoria | Touring Victoria
Support for Victorian arts and cultural organisations or professional creative practitioners  touring a professional production, performance, exhibition or program to regional and outer-metropolitan Victoria. Applications close Thurs 5 September.

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CINARS | Programming timeline released for CINARS Biennale 2020
For those interested in presting or pitching at CINARS Biennale 2020, a timeline for programming has been released, with applications opening in September.

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Mornington Peninsula Shire | Police Point Artist in Residence Program
Emerging and established artists, writers, musicians and creatives are invited to apply for a Police Point Artist in Residency (AiR). Both supported and fee paying residencies are available, ranging from a minimum of two weeks to a maximum of six weeks. Applications close Fri 13 September.

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IETM | Caravan Yekaterinburg 2019
Join an intrepid group of arts professionals to Yekaterinburg to meet local artists, producers and presenters and get a sense of the conditions facing professional artists in Russia. Applications close Fri 13 September.

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Pina Bausch Fellowship for Dance and Choreography
This flexible scholarship program is designed to allow successful applicants the opportunity for either: residencies at renowned institutions for dance and choreography; non-paid participation in an ensemble or a placement with a choreographer at home or abroad; and or studies of dance techniques with renowned personalities at home or abroad. Applications close Sun 15 September.

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IETM Rijeka 2019

Creative Victoria | Creative Learning Partnerships
These provide the opportunity for Victorian schools to partner with creative professionals or arts and cultural organisations.  CLPs involve school communities in creative partnership projects while providing students, teachers and creative professionals with diverse and challenging learning experiences. Applications close Thurs 19 September.

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IETM | Rijeka Plenary Meeting 2019
The next IETM plenary, to be held in Croatia in October, will explore and discuss the theme of ‘Audiences’. Early bird registrations are closing Fri 20 September.

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Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft | Artist in Residence
The Artist-in-Residence fellowship offers talented artists working in the fields of conceptual art, visual art, photography, music, design, dance, film, theatre, or poetry an opportunity to work on a project within the international and interdisciplinary academic setting of the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft (KIND). Applications close Mon 30 September.

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IPAY Showcase 2019

October

IPAY | Off-IPAY Independent Showcases 2020
Apply to be part of the Off-IPAY program of showcases sitting alongside the major annual international gathering of makers and programmers of performance for youth. Applications close Mon 7 October.

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Blacktown Arts | Blacktown City Arts Prize
Artists from all over Australia are invited to submit entries in drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics and mixed media for this valued art prize, with cash prizes and acquisitive awards available. Applications close Tues 8 October.

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Department of Local Government, Sports and Creative Industries | $15k-plus funding
The Arts 15k-plus grant program offers between $15,000 and $60,000 funding for artists, creative industry professionals and organisations to deliver a one-off project or a program of activity. Applications close Fri 11 October.

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