Clayton Utz Art Award

Clayton Utz Art Award

Clayton Utz is proud to support the Arts though the Clayton Utz Art Award (previously called the LAUNCH Art Award). The Award is open to Queensland-based artists or artists whit a strong connection to the state, offering a $10 000 winner's prize and exhibition space for the finalists.

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Three new PhD Scholarships offered by the Brisbane Consortium for Visual Arts (BCVA)

Three new PhD Scholarships offered by the Brisbane Consortium for Visual Arts (BCVA)

Applications are made to an individual university (with one scholarship for each University). Each scholarship provides a living allowance of approximately AUD $26,288 per annum. 
Applications close 30 September 2016.

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Clayton Utz Award

Clayton Utz Award

DEADLINE : 2nd September, 2016

Clayton Utz is proud to support the Arts through the Clayton Utz Art Award. The Award offers a $10,000 winner’s prize and exhibition space for the finalists and is awarded to Queensland-based artists or artists with a strong connection to Queensland.

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Media Arts Creators Residency

Media Arts Creators Residency

This programme, as a part of the “Project to Support the Nurturing of Media Arts Creators” organised by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan (Bunka-cho), is an artist in residence programme that provides an opportunity to outstanding young artists in Media Arts (Media Geijutsu) including Media art, Video, Game, Animation, Manga, etc.

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COAL Prize 2016

COAL Prize 2016

DEADLINE : 11th September, 2016

Call for entries for the COAL Prize 2016 – responses from artists to current environmental issues. It is open to artists from all over the world who deploy their creativity to devise and experiment with solutions and bear witness to the transformation of territories, lifestyles, organizations.

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Gaffa | 2017 Exhibition Proposals

Gaffa | 2017 Exhibition Proposals

Gaffa is located in the heart of Sydney's CBD next to Town Hall Station. Gaffa remains committed to nurturing cross-platform collaboration, collectivity and cohesion within the contemporary arts community. They endeavour to provide creative space to both established and emerging artists and designers to create and exhibit their work in the inner-city.

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Brisbane Consortium for the Visual Arts: Advancing Arts Research in Queensland

Brisbane Consortium for the Visual Arts: Advancing Arts Research in Queensland

Queensland’s academics in art history and theory have long enjoyed a close relationship with the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art, actively engaging with its exhibitions and collection in their research and teaching and regularly contributing to the Gallery’s extensive public engagement and education programs.

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