The Yulgilbar Fellowship

Where will your imagination take you? Image: Anish Kapoor _Dismemberment, Site 1_, 2009 at Gibbs Farm sculpture park by Andym5855 via Flickr.

Where will your imagination take you?

Image: Anish Kapoor Dismemberment, Site 1, 2009 at Gibbs Farm sculpture park by Andym5855 via Flickr.

Artists residing in the Clarence Valley are invited to apply for the inaugural Yulgilbar Fellowship.

The Grafton Regional Gallery travelling fellowship, supported by the Yulgilbar Foundation, offers $10,000 to supports artists to take part in residencies and/or attend visual arts events, conferences, festivals, galleries and museums in Australia and overseas.

This fellowship is available to both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal artists or artist groups. In the case of a group application, the fellowship grant will be divided amongst the fellowship requirements of the group.

Grafton Regional Gallery Director, Jude McBean spoke of the diversity of the fellowship, “We encourage applications from visual artists of all mediums and levels who reside in the Clarence Valley Council area. Our aim with this Fellowship is to allow the successful applicant to explore what is important to them, their work and career,”


For more information, application forms and guidelines visit:

Inquiries can also be made to fellowship coordinator, Jane Kreis, on 0409 814 067 or at

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