Project descriptions for successful projects funded in the October 2017 Visions funding round.
Project descriptions for nine successful projects funded in Round 5 of the 2017 Visions funding round (Funding is for a single year unless otherwise stated. All amounts are GST exclusive).
$177,090 (over three years) Touring fundingThe exhibition reflects on the Gurindji Walk-Off from diverse cultural perspectives.
$92,007 Touring fundingThe exhibition recognises the military service of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples during the First World War.
$230,766 Touring fundingThe exhibition records and tells the story of JohnMawurndjul, one of Australia's leading Aboriginal visual artists.
$93,612 Touring funding20 installation works by 20 regional artists across four regions will progressively contribute to an exhibition that will be displayed in eight re-purposed boats.
$67,400 Development fundingThe exhibition will showcase contemporary sculptural work by an array of high-calibre Australian artists.
$35,500 Development fundingCeramicist Prue Venables will be the ninth artist to be featured in the Australian Design Centre's ‘Living Treasures' series of exhibitions.
$93,224 Touring fundingThe exhibition is a tour of Sidney Nolan's 1946–47 paintings on the theme of 19th century bushranger Ned Kelly.
$140,318 (over two years) Touring fundingThe exhibition brings together a selection of new and recent work by Raquel Ormella, one of Australia's leading contemporary artists.
$196,850 (over two years) Touring fundingThis is a graphic-panel exhibition featuring stories on Australia's shipwrecks.