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Grants Closing in October 2018

The 2019 National Indigenous Arts Awards

Australia Council for the Arts

The Australia Council is now calling for nominations and Expression of interest for the 2019 Awards.
 
The 2019 National Indigenous Arts Awards celebrate the significant contribution of First Nations artists to the vibrancy of Australian arts, and celebrate the work and achievements of both established and emerging artists.
 
For more information visit www.australiacouncil.gov.au Read more

  • Closing: 2 October 2018
  • Categories: All Artforms / General, Awards & Prizes, Indigenous

9×5 Landscape Prize 2018

Waverley Woollahra Art School

A spontaneous response to the landscape.
 
Following in the footsteps of impressionists Streeton, Roberts, Condor and McCubbin, in 2016 we launched our inaugural 9×5 Landscape Prize. Entry in the 9×5 Prize may be paintings in any medium, including oil, acrylic or watercolour. The theme is open.
 
For more information visit wwas.org.au/9-x-5-landscape-prize Read more

  • Closing: 2 October 2018
  • Categories: All Artforms / General, Awards & Prizes, Visual Arts
  • Open To: Individuals

2018 A.M.E. Bale Travelling Scholarship and Art Prize

Gleneira City Council

The A.M.E. Bale Travelling Scholarship and Art Prize is awarded biennially to Australian artists who have demonstrated talent and achievement in traditional styles. This includes realist, figurative and representational styles. The Art Prize is intended to encourage, support and advance classical training of emerging artists (in their early to mid-career) at any stage of life, who are pursuing the study and practice of traditional art and who desire to study the works of old masters.
 
For more information visit www.gleneira.vic.gov.au/Places-and-events/Arts-and-Culture/Galleries-and-Visual-Art/AME-Bale
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  • Closing: 3 October 2018
  • Categories: All Artforms / General, Awards & Prizes, Visual Arts
  • Open To: Individuals

The Cultural Fund - Grants for Organisations - Round Two

Copyright Agency

The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund provides support to organisations for projects that deliver opportunities for authors, journalists, artists and key industry stakeholders in the writing, publishing, education, and visual arts sectors.
 
Our aim is to support our members and stakeholders to create, award, present, publish, and promote work by Australian creators that connects with audiences.
 
We also offer grants to leading organisations to help build literacy skills for children and young adults.
 
From 2018, the Cultural Fund will enhance opportunities for industry partnerships and support for key national writers’ festivals.
 
The Cultural Fund’s grants for organisations can be for a single project or for up to three years. Please contact the Cultural Fund to discuss a potential proposal.
 
For more information visit the Copyright Agency website. Read more

  • Closing: 5 October 2018
  • Categories: Literature, Visual Arts
  • Open To: Organisations

50th National Pottery Competition 2018

Port Hacking Potters Group

This competition is for all potters residing in Australia from any state.
 
There are 3 Major Prizes – the Port Hacking Potters Award for best in show, the award for an Indigenous ceramic artist, the Golden Anniversary Award plus sections for Wheel Thrown, Hand built or Sculpture, plus student sections.
 
For more information porthackingpotters.blogspot.com/p/50th-national-pottery-competition-2018.html Read more

  • Closing: 9 October 2018
  • Categories: All Artforms / General, Awards & Prizes, Visual Arts
  • Open To: Individuals

Tom Malone Prize

The Art Gallery of Western Australia

The Art Gallery of Western Australia is pleased to announce the continuation of the Tom Malone Prize for Australian glass artists. The Tom Malone Prize was initiated in 2003 by Governor of the Art Gallery of Western Australia Foundation, Elizabeth Malone and celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2017.
 
The Prize continues through the support of Foundation Benefactor, Sheryl Grimwood, and has also been increased from $12,000 to $15,000. As an acquisitive prize, the winning work becomes part of the State Art Collection where it will join works by previous winners: Clare Belfrage, Gabriella Bisetto, Charles Butcher, Cobi Cockburn, Brian Corr, Mel Douglas, Deirdre Feeney, Kevin Gordon, Marc Leib, Jessica Loughlin, Tom Moore, Nick Mount and Benjamin Sewell.
 
The Tom Malone Prize is a highly respected national event within the Australian glass arts community and it has played an integral role in the Gallery’s acquisition of works by Australia’s most inspiring, innovative and accomplished artists in this medium.
 
For more information visit www.artgallery.wa.gov.au/exhibitions/Awards.asp Read more

  • Closing: 19 October 2018
  • Categories: All Artforms / General, Awards & Prizes, Visual Arts
  • Open To: Individuals

National Photographic Portrait Prize

National Portrait Gallery

Entries are now open for the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2019, with the winner set to receive $52,000 in cash and prizes, including superb contributions from new sponsor, Canon Australia.
 
First prize now comprises $30,000 cash, courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery; a Canon DSLR Camera valued at $9,499; a Canon lens valued at $2,649; and a Canon Colour Graphic Large Format Printer, including professional service and consumables, valued at $10,000.
 
Entries are open until 9.00am (AEDT) on 23 October 2018. Finalists will be announced in December and the winner will be revealed at the opening of the exhibition in February 2019.
 
For more information and to submit, visit nppp.portrait.gov.au
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  • Closing: 23 October 2018
  • Categories: Awards & Prizes, Visual Arts
  • Open To: Individuals

Sturt Craft Centre Artist in Residence

Sturt Craft Centre

Sturt Craft Centre invites applications from experienced craft practitioners to the Sturt Artist-in-Residence program.
 
Residencies occur in the craft disciplines of ceramics, jewellery/metalwork, textiles and woodwork. Four to six residencies occur at Sturt each year.
 
Sturt encourages small scale production and individually designed work which may be promoted through Sturt Gallery.
 
Each year professional residencies may be awarded specifically to develop a body of work which can be produced and made, at Sturt, during the Residency time.
 
Sturt sees the residency program as an important adjunct to its overall aim of providing support for Australian contemporary craft and design through a program of teaching, retail, exhibition and residencies. The emphasis of the residency program will be to support craftspeople and designer-makers who are sympathetic to this philosophy.
 
Three categories of residency are available:

  • Professional Residency

  • Self Directed Residency
  • Graduate Residency

 
For more information visit the Sturt Craft Centre website.

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  • Closing: Ongoing
  • Categories: Artist Residency, Visual Arts
  • Open To: Individuals