Australian Design Centre—Australian Contemporary Ceramics: 1962 to 2022
$39,300 Development funding
Australian Design Centre and The Australian Ceramics Association (TACA) are partnering to develop a showcase of contemporary Australian ceramics to commemorate the 60th anniversary in 2022 of 'The Journal of Australian Ceramics'.
Australian National Maritime Museum—'Remarkable: Australians and their vessels'
$54,500 Touring funding
The exhibition, developed in collaboration with members of the Australian Maritime Museums Council will tour extensively to regional and remote communities and provide an opportunity for local museums to augment the exhibition with their own collection items.
Bookend Enterprises Pty. Ltd—Sixteen Legs: Enter the Cave
$273,900 (over two years) Touring funding
An exhibition of photography, digital artworks, sculptures and local artist contributions examining the environmental and cultural significance of Australia's deepest caves.
Botanical Artists' Society of Queensland—Artistic Endeavour: Contemporary artists' response to Banks, Solander and Parkinson
$149,145 Touring funding
Marking the 250th anniversary of the 'Endeavour' voyage, the exhibition showcases contemporary works by 33 Queensland artists that respond to historical botanical collections.
Craft Queensland—Dystopia/Utopia: 2070
$48,500 Development funding
The exhibition will be a collaborative multi-artform exhibition project that draws on a variety of artists' responses to dystopian fiction.
JamFactory Contemporary Craft and Design—New Exuberance: Contemporary Australian Textile Designs
$221,775 (over four years) Touring funding
Bringing together the disciplines of art, design and fashion, this touring exhibition explores Australian textile design through the work of 15 textile designers working in Australia.
National Gallery of Australia—Skywhales: Every Heart Sings
$55,000 Touring funding
The NGA will tour Patricia Piccinini's Skywhale and Skywhale Papa balloons to every state and territory providing a novel experience for audiences to engage with one of Australia's most renowned artists.
National Museum of Australia—Walking through a Songline
$60,278 Development funding
Based on the NMA's highly successful 'Songlines' exhibition, this immersive digital installation explains a complex Indigenous knowledge system, allowing audiences to make their way through a representation of a songline.
The work of more than 25 artists will be showcased in a survey of Australian textile practice with Augmented Reality extending audience experiences.
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