Project descriptions for nine successful projects funded in Round 6 of the 2018 Visions funding round.
(Funding is for a single year unless otherwise stated. All amounts are GST exclusive).
$184,917 Touring fundingThe exhibition showcases the work of 12 emerging and established contemporary sculpture artists from across Australia.
$73,890 Development fundingThe exhibition celebrates Eddie Koiki Mabo by bringing together Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists in the spirit of reconciliation.
$67,500 Development fundingThe exhibition showcases the story of the Sanyo Maru, a nationally significant Japanese pearling mother-ship that sank off Arnhem Land in 1937.
$46,150 Development fundingThe exhibition is a collaboration between FORM, Polyglot Theatre and Tjanpi Desert Weavers and features an installation aimed at children and families.
$53,374 Development fundingThe exhibition explores the creative partnership between Australian choreographer Graeme Murphy and his collaborator Janet Vernon AM.
$158,457 Touring fundingThe exhibition highlights the importance of Torres Strait masks, their evolution from the past and their in?uence on present day contemporary art forms.
$398,710 (over three years) Touring fundingThe exhibition offers audiences an immersive entry into the origins and meaning of the Yidaki in Yolngu life and culture.
$79,920 Touring fundingThe exhibition spans David Hockney’s practice from 1961 to 2015 and features approximately 100 works made by the artist in London, Paris and New York.
$259,184 (over four years) Touring fundingThe exhibition explores ways artists, designers and architects use concrete in Australia today.