We have compiled a list of artist opportunities currently seeking applications.
Expression of Interest – Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery
Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery is calling for expressions of interest from Coffs Coast artists to take part in the opening year of exhibitions in the new Cultural and Civic Space.
Artists are invited to submit their expressions of interest through an online process.
Submissions close Monday 1 November 2021.
BAM Art Prize 2021
Entry to the Byron Arts Magazine 2021 Art Prize are now open! The BAM Art Prize is designed to promote awareness of the arts in the Northern Rivers by presenting a national art prize within the region.
In addition to the $5000 prize, the winning artist will be featured on the cover of the Autumn 2022 issue of Byron Arts Magazine. All shortlisted artworks are also featured in the magazine, followed by an 8-week finalist exhibition.
Domestic and Family Violence memorial garden public art commission
This is a unique opportunity for artists to collaborate with Blacktown City Council’s landscape architect on the landscape design, including a stone pathway and seating, and/or create independent artwork(s) for this intimate memorial garden set amongst a grove of trees inside Blacktown Showground. The design, development and delivery of this commission will also involve consultation with family members of victims of domestic and family violence and the project working group, which includes representatives of family members of victims of domestic and family violence, the WASH House, Blacktown Arts and Blacktown City Council staff.
This is a timely invitation for artists to create meaningful new work(s) for an accessible public place of healing and reflection, while raising awareness of this important issue.
EOI application deadline: 6 August 2021, 5 pm
UTS Library Creative in Residence 2022
Now in its 10th year, the program is an opportunity for creatives to inspire playfulness, provoke curiosity and encourage engagement with the UTS Library through the research and realisation of a creative work.
How does the residency work?
The successful creative will develop and produce a new creative project that uses the UTS Library’s collection, community, services and spaces as its foundation.
Expression of Interest – Barrington Coast Art Trail – The Tanks
MidCoast Council (MCC) invites artists or Artist groups to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) for the development of artworks for the Barrington Coast Art Trail – The Tanks, as per the criteria set out in this brief.
MCC values our unique, diverse and culturally rich community, and supports a thriving and growing economy to provide a vibrant, creative and sustainable art and culture sector.
With funding received through the Regional Tourism Bushfire Recovery (RTBR) Grants, MCC has created a unique opportunity for artists to contribute to the foundation of The Barrington Coast Art Trail- The Tanks.
Mid-Coast Council has identified several water reservoirs in the region which are considered potential sites for this project. The RTBR grant will enable funding for the construction of artwork on the first 2 of the selected tanks sites at
Site 1: Barrington Water Reservoir
Site 2: Tea Gardens Reservoirs
Northern Beaches Council – Arts & Creativity Grants 2021
Develop new creative initiatives that build on your practice and
professional development with an Arts & Creativity Grant.
Open to professionals from across the creative sector.
Offering grants are across three categories:
• Individual Creative Projects: up to $5,000
• Creative Community Projects: up to $10,000
• Creative Industry Innovation Projects: up to $10,000
Applications open: 28 June to 2 August
Joyce Spencer Textiles Fellowship
The Cad Factory, Western Riverina Arts and the Spencer Family are delighted to announce that applications are now open for the Joyce Spencer Textiles
Fellowship worth $4,000. Regional NSW based artists or artist-led groups who are seeking financial support for textile-based projects with a public outcome in 2022 and 2023 are encouraged to apply.
Applications are open from now until midnight on Sunday 18 July 2021.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST – Nabiac Showground Art Project
Expressions of Interest (EOI) are being sought from artists to help develop an art concept in collaboration with the community. This project will culminate in the installation of a substantial public art statement at the Nabiac Showground.
All submissions must be received on or before Friday, 16 July 2021 (AEST).
Sydney Craft Week – applications open
The Australian Design Centre is calling for entries from makers, galleries, shops, guilds, libraries, councils and other organisations for exhibitions, workshops and events during and around the festival period Friday 8 – Sunday 17 October 2021. ‘Craft Values’ is the theme for Sydney Craft Week 2021!
Calleen Art Award
The Calleen Art Award is an acquisitive painting prize in any subject and style. The award was founded in 1977 by Mrs Patricia Fagan OAM and is made possible by the generous support of the Calleen Trust.
The winner of the Calleen Art Award 2021 will receive $25,000 and the winning artwork will join the Calleen Collection at the Cowra Regional Art Gallery. An entered artwork must be an original and unaided painting by the artist in any painting medium including oil paint, acrylic or watercolour and produced in the last two (2) years prior to the closing date.
Applications close July 19, 2021
Gallery Lane Cove Library Sculpture plinth
Artists producing small scale 3D work are invited to apply to exhibit in Gallery Lane Cove & Creative Studios outdoor sculpture plinth. Located in Library Square on Longueville Road, the Sculpture Plinth offers a position of high exposure within Lane Cove’s central foot traffic precinct.
Exhibition spaces are available throughout most months of 2021 for between 2 – 4 weeks.