Face the Music is pleased to announce its scholarship program for 2017. Opportunities are currently available for Victorians to attend the annual Face The Music summit across
Applications close 3 October 2017The Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups program funds a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public, including national and international audiences. Examples of activities this grant supports include the creation of new work, creative development, touring, festivals, productions, exhibitions, publishing, recording and market development activity.
For more information go here
Applications close 20 September 2017
The Darebin Music Feast Songwriters’ Award is an annual songwriting competition that seeks to recognise, showcase and promote the talents
White Night Melbourne is the city as you know it, but reimagined and transformed under the ephemeral cloak of night.
White Night Melbourne 2018 is seeking Expressions of Interest
Brunswick Music Festival is a leading multi-genre music festival, fostering and celebrating connection between artists, audience and place. A curated festival, Brunswick Music Festival
Friday August 11 at 6:30 pm
Footscray Community Arts Centre, 45 Moreland St, Footscray
Fridays are always better than Mondays. Footscray Community Arts Centre and Due West Festival
who we believe are breaking boundaries and conventions in: Visual art, Dance, Music, Theatre, Performance, Live art and Public space curating.Together we provide opportunities to work in iconic and unusual spaces, and reach into under represented artist communities of QLD, SA and WA, ensuring Next Wave Festival 2018 will hold its place as the most dynamic national showcase of emerging artists and creative risk-taking. Submit your EOI before August 7 2017 for consideration. Successful applicants will be notified by late August 2017. www.nextwave.org.au/next-wave-x
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Visible is an innovative music mentorship program which for the past four years has given a kick start to many musicians from new and emerging communities.
Are you a musician,
Applications close 5 June 2017
Each year, the City of Boroondara offers grants of up to $10,000 for not-for-profit community organisations, groups or clubs for new one-off projects activities and equipment
Applications close 29 May 2017Melbourne Fringe is a big, bold (and gloriously messy) celebration of independent art. From 14 September – 1 October artists take over Melbourne’s streets, venues, clubs and even its lounge rooms in a Festival for anyone, including you. Fringe is proudly open access which means ANYONE can be in Fringe. It’s an open playing field so dream big. Fringe is a perfect time to take a risk and push the envelope of your art-form. Fringe is a safe space, perfect for experimentation and discovery. Whatever you do, give it a red hot go. For more info go here
Applications close 19 April 2017Applications are now open to present at the 2017 Performing Arts Exchange for individuals, artists, producers and other organisations with an interest in reaching performing arts presenters from across Australia and overseas. PAX is the largest national event of it’s kind and focusses on bringing producers and presenters together with specific networking and engagement strategies forming part of the PAX program.
Each application is assessed by a curatorial panel based on the following criteria:
- Artistic excellence – the perceived quality, distinctiveness and significance of the work based on the information you have submitted. Do not rely on the assessment panel to already be aware of your particular project.
- The potential for a deeper and longer engagement with Presenters and/or capacity for audience development.
- Applicants MUST be a professional artist or arts organisation.
Also note that PAX is more than a touring market and arts activities that can be programmed into
Applications open 10 April 2017
Melbourne Fringe is a celebration of cultural democracy and art for everyone. By embracing diversity and a spirit of independence, they create a unique space for artistic self-expression
Applications close 10 April 2017
The Multicultural Festivals and Events program encourages participation of the whole Victorian community in festivals and events to celebrate and embrace our vibrant multicultural
Applications close 31 March 2017Critical Animals are now calling for proposals from individuals and collaborators to participate in the 2017 symposium. The Critical Animals Creative Research Symposium is an annual conference, part of This is Not Art, one of Australia’s leading contemporary and emerging arts festivals, celebrating emerging and experimental practices. The symposium brings together students, researchers, writers, artists, academics and thinkers who are critically engaged in creative and experimental art practices. This year the theme is Criticism in Action.
Participating artists will be paid a fee of $300.For more info go to here
Applications close 10 March 2017
The City of Sydney is seeking expressions of interest for the Art & About Sydney 2017/18 program.
They are looking for big ideas that temporarily transform public and unusual
2017 program announced and on sale!
The 2017 Brunswick Music Festival returns with over 40 shows including specially commissioned performances, local record label parties, official
Fairfield Amphitheatre, Fairfield Park Drive, Fairfield
The 2017 edition of the Fairfield Summer Series brings an unmissable line-up to the Fairfield Amphitheatre for a series
Applications close 21 February 2017
The Art Music Fund exists to commission new work that is innovative, displays professional compositional craft and represents a benchmark of excellence in its field. These works
5 – 19 March 2017
Australia’s longest-running inner-city music festival returns from 5 – 19 March 2017 with a program of scorching genre-straddling performances occupying the streets,
Applications close 22 January 2017The Community Strengthening Grants program support operating and program costs associated with the delivery of services, celebrations and events in the City of Boroondara. Specifically, Creative Community funding supports community-based events and festivals producing artistic and cultural activities, events and festivals within Boroondara.
Grants are available for diverse arts and cultural programs, festivals, events and activities that articulate and enhance arts, culture and heritage practice across the municipality.
Take Over! $30,000 Grant – Arts Centre Melbourne.
How great does look!. Take Over! will support an independent artist, company or collective to develop a creative idea
Conceived by Southbank Centre and launched in London in 2011, WOW – Women of the World has been identified as the largest network of women in the world.
With Footscray Community
Since its inception in 1983, Gertrude Contemporary’s Studio Program has provided practical support and professional advocacy for many of Australia’s leading contemporary
PERFORMANCE, REFLECTION, DISCUSSION
As part of Oral History Victoria’s inaugural group show, The Foundling Archive is proud to present Across the Water – An oral
To celebrate RRR will launch into a ‘Summer of Triple R’ with events on and off air from November – January. These will include a free exhibition at the
11 November – 11 December
OPENING NIGHT – FRIDAY 11 NOVEMBER 5.30pm – 7.30pm
RMIT Students present site-specific artworks at RMIT Brusnwick Campus, 25 Dawson
10 November 2016
Places to the 2016 Victorian Touring Workshop are booking up fast. Don’t delay your registration – book today!
Sharpen your knowledge of touring with great sessions on technical
Applications close 17 November 2016
Applications are now open for Kickstart Helix, Next Wave’s fresh new learning program designed to support emerging and early career artists, curators, producers and writers from
Regional Arts Victoria’s Connecting Places program works in partnerships with local community groups to bring professional quality touring work to their communities and halls. Connecting
Cannibalism served aurally.
4 – 16 November 20162016 sees the return of the popular free NEON workshops and boutique masterclasses for independent theatre makers and practitioners. Spaces are strictly limited, so get your application in quick!
NEON NEXT is offering a range of free professional development workshops and masterclasses throughout November for independent theatre practitioners on writing, devising, producing,
The Australian Artists’ Grant is initiated by NAVA to assist professional visual and media arts, craft and design practitioners to produce, present and promote their work throughout
Applications close 25 November 2016The Vibrant Acland Seed Grants program will open for applications on 1 November 2016. Council is looking to fund a range of events, festivals, installations, pop-ups, public classes, recreational and creative activities that demonstrate the broad possibilities of the site, test new ideas and can show an ability to be self-sufficient in the future.
Activities can include:
- Community or cultural events
- Music or performance events
- Recreational activities
- Interactive installations, including digital
- Temporary public art activities
- Free play activities
Applications of up to a maximum of $10,000 will be accepted and applications that demonstrate co-funding, matched funding or in-kind support will be viewed
Applications are now open for bands, performers, venues and stall holders for the 2017 Brunswick Music Festival and Sydney Road Street Party.
The Brunswick Music Festival is one of
Applications close 4 October 2016
The Contemporary Music Touring Program supports national touring activity undertaken by Australian musicians performing original contemporary music. It provides travel support
Coburg comes alive with a spectacular array of colour and culture!
Join us for Coburg Carnivale 2016!
Featuring a pop-up park, bar and unique performance venue, The Little Palais, an exciting range of dynamic
One of Victoria’s premier music festivals and a major multicultural event.
Brunswick Music Festival 2017
Want to be involved in Brunswick Music Festival in 2017?
Applications are currently open for artists
The Australia Council Awards acknowledge the contribution that Australian artists have made to the arts and cultural life of the nation.
The Australia Council is now calling
$5000 arts grants now open!
Alchemy is the Abbotsford Convent Foundation’s key funding initiative designed to support and deliver artistic activity across the Convent. Proposals are welcome from all creative
Applications close 4 October 2016The Future Leaders Program is designed to assist in the development of emerging, high potential arts leaders from across all artforms and backgrounds. During a thought provoking six month journey, participants enhance their own understanding of leadership and engage in a powerful, shared learning experience.
Emerging leaders require foundational skills and knowledge to progress their careers. Learning from the experiences of established leaders across artforms provides vital insight