ARTIST E-BULLETIN – SEPTEMBER

Posted on: November 26th, 2015

APPLICATIONS OPEN: ASIALINK ART RESIDENCY PROGRAM
ASIALINK

The aim of Asialink’s Arts Residency Program is to create meaningful and enduring relationships between individuals and organisations in Australia and Asia. Asialink works in partnership with arts residency centres in the region to realise this goal. Asialink Arts Residencies are professional development opportunities, aimed at being mutually beneficial to both host and resident. This two-way knowledge and skills transfer is emphasised by way of our Reciprocal Residency and Residency Laboratory programs. Outcomes of the program occur immediately and on an ongoing and long-term basis. Since 1991, the Asialink’s Arts Residency Program has created a new generation of Asia-Capable arts professionals.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 29 September 2015
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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
COMPEUNG ARTIST IN RESIDENCY PROGRAM (THAILAND)

The ComPeung Artist-in-Residency Program is designed for local and international artists to live and work together with our team and to engage with the local community and the environment. Interested artists are encouraged to apply by providing ComPeung with a preliminary project proposal. As a work-in-progress we understand that the proposed project might change in the process.

For our regular residency program, there is no fixed deadline, but we do appreciate to receive online applications at least 2 months prior to the proposed residency.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 18 December 2015
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APPLICATIONS OPEN
CHRISSIE COTTER GALLERY PROGRAM 2016

Marrickville Council is calling for proposals from emerging and established artists for the 2016 Chrissie Cotter Gallery program.

Located in Pidcock Street, Camperdown, the light-filled gallery has 17 metres of hanging space, plinths, a data projector, speakers, and kitchen facilities. The gallery is wheelchair accessible.

There is no charge for gallery use, in return for 15% commission on all works sold. Artists are required to supervise the space for the duration of their show.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 23 September 2015
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APPLICATIONS OPEN
KEIR CHOREOGRAPHIC AWARD 

The Keir Choreographic Award (KCA) is a national biennial award dedicated to commissioning new Australian choreographic short works and promoting innovative, experimental and cross-artform practices in contemporary dance across Australia and internationally. The Keir Choreographic Award aims to expand the profile and debate around choreographic practice in Australia.

The Award invites Australian professional artists with an established practice to propose a choreographic idea for an original live performance of 20 minutes maximum in length.

The applicant artist or a main collaborator MUST be a practicing choreographer.

APPLICATIONS CLOSE: 2 October 2015
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CALL FOR ENTRIES – LGBTIQ – ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE
MIDSUMMA 2016 PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION  

We’re looking for members of the LGBTIQ community to be participants in an exciting photographic  backdrops exhibition to be shown during Midsumma 2016.

All You Need Is Love is an exhibition by Lisa White that originated from her original project, in support of marriage equality, the In Bed Project.

Each photo will document a family from the LGBTIQ community, whether they are two men and their dog, a trans* person with two children or a woman living happily on her own.

The photos will act to challenge heteronormative perceptions of families and show the diversity that exists in our community.  They will act as a powerful statement to reject the exclusionary language used by politicians in the public sphere focusing on ‘working families’ and make the difference that exists from family to family something to celebrate.

Participants in each photo all have their personal stories about their family, sex, sexuality and gender documented for visitors to read about in the exhibition.

A select number will also be asked of their interest to participate in a short documentary that will be produced to accompany the exhibition.

ENTRIES CLOSE: 30 September 2015
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