HOWL by Aphids presented by the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. Image: Aaron Claringbold.

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Australia Council for the Arts

The Australia Council of the Arts are delighted to share three new opportunities to connect with our neighbours in South and Southeast Asia. The following funding opportunities will provide support for collaboration, learning and relationship building through artistic practice.

Australia-Singapore Digital Residencies
The Australia Council for the Arts and the National Arts Council Singapore are jointly administering the second iteration of a set of reciprocal digital residencies between Australia and Singapore.

Capture All: A Sonic Investigation 
Australia Council for the Arts in partnership with Liquid Architecture (Melbourne) and Sarai (New Delhi) invite applications for Capture All: A Sonic Investigation.

PICA Interdisciplinary Lab: Encounter, Practice, Play 
The Australia Council for the Arts and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) recognize the tumultuous year for the arts in 2020 and how independent artists have been affected in a multitude of ways, including opportunities to gather and connect in a global context.

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Australia-Singapore Digital Residencies
The Australia Council for the Arts and the National Arts Council Singapore are jointly administering the second iteration of a set of reciprocal digital residencies between Australia and Singapore.
Residency dates: January 2021 – July 2021
Amount: $5,000 AUD
Applications close: 15 January 2021

Capture All: A Sonic Investigation 
Australia Council for the Arts in partnership with Liquid Architecture (Melbourne) and Sarai (New Delhi) invite applications for Capture All: A Sonic Investigation.
Event dates: April – August 2021
WebsitesLiquid Architecture & Sarai
Amount: $1,500 per individual
Applications close: 15 January 2021

PICA Interdisciplinary Lab: Encounter, Practice, Play 
The Australia Council for the Arts and Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) recognize the tumultuous year for the arts in 2020 and how independent artists have been affected in a multitude of ways, including opportunities to gather and connect in a global context.
Event dates: One week between March – November 2021
WebsitePerth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA)
Amount: $1,500 per individual
Applications close: 12 December 2020