So COVID-19 has certainly impacted the creative industries yet there are a number of artist opportunities and events arising. Here’s a list of projects on our radar which may be of interest.
Artist resources created by artsACT
Regional Arts NSW Grants
- Regional Arts Fund (RAF) Community Grants
- Quick Response Grants
- Country Arts Support Program (CASP)
Burwood Council – EOI Murals
Burwood Council invites Sydney artists or collectives to submit an application for the Hornsey Lane Murals project. This opportunity is for three selected artists or collectives to create a painted mural along Hornsey Lane. https://www.burwood.nsw.gov.au/public_art.html
Big Picture Festival Newcastle – Newcastle, New South Wales during October 2-4 2020 http://thebigpicturefest.com/
Creative Endeavour Grants
GRANTS OF UP TO $10,000 AVAILABLE FOR STREET ARTISTS//GRAFFITI ARTISTS via Transport Canberra and City Services to undertake professional research and development and/or sustain their creative practice while facing pressures during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Applications are due by 9AM ~ 18th June 2020 –> email@example.com
The Nullawil Silo Art Precinct Grand Opening Postponed
Brisbane Street Art Festival
BSAF 2020 will include 41 new mural artworks across Brisbane and Ipswich, with dates for many of the artworks to be moved later into the year. As a first for 2020, BSAF is expanding to Ipswich to produce a series of large scale public artworks with renowned local and international street artists. We’re working hard to keep providing opportunities to artists and creatives throughout this crisis, while adhering to all health directions from the Federal Government and QLD Health. Keep an eye on our website for updates, and subscribe to our social media to watch artists at work as the altered program evolves!
Perth Public Art
- Art City Walking Trail
- Public Art Strategy
Fremantle – Opportunities for Artists
Through the generous support of the Australian Federal Government, Salamanca Arts Centre has been awarded a Commonwealth Regional Grant of $200,000 towards the redevelopment of the Salamanca Arts Centre Courtyard.
Salamanca Arts Centre has engaged PlayStreet to develop plans for the Courtyard landscaping project, and as part of the overall redevelopment. This will also include a commissioned artwork as well as new furniture, both to be designed by a Tasmanian-based artist and designer/maker.
The Courtyard redevelopment will also include additional sound and lighting equipment and a redesigned performance stage. We expect that the Courtyard redevelopment project will be completed by November 2020 and ready to be opened to the public at that time.
Deadline: Wed 1 July 2020
Darwin Street Art Festival 2020
Due to current global circumstances, this year’s festival will showcase some of Darwin’s finest artists. Starting in May, a new artist will complete a mural every fortnight up until September. https://www.darwinstreetartfestival.com.au/
Wonderwalls Port Adelaide
Held from 6-8 March 2020 and hosted International street artists alongside South Australia’s emerging and professional artists.