Project descriptions for nine successful projects funded in Round 6 of the 2018 Visions funding round.

18 June 2018

(Funding is for a single year unless otherwise stated. All amounts are GST exclusive).

Museum and Gallery Services Queensland—Safe Space

$184,917 Touring funding
The exhibition showcases the work of 12 emerging and established contemporary sculpture artists from across Australia.

Umbrella Studio Contemporary Arts—Legacy: Reflections on Mabo

$73,890 Development funding
The exhibition celebrates Eddie Koiki Mabo by bringing together Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists in the spirit of reconciliation.

Australian National Maritime Museum—Sanyo Maru

$67,500 Development funding
The exhibition showcases the story of the Sanyo Maru, a nationally significant Japanese pearling mother-ship that sank off Arnhem Land in 1937.

FORM - Building a State of Creativity—Manguri Wiltja

$46,150 Development funding
The exhibition is a collaboration between FORM, Polyglot Theatre and Tjanpi Desert Weavers and features an installation aimed at children and families.

Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery—Opening Pandora's Box: Exploring five decades of dance making - Graeme Murphy AO and his muse, Janet Vernon AM

$53,374 Development funding
The exhibition explores the creative partnership between Australian choreographer Graeme Murphy and his collaborator Janet Vernon AM.

Gab Titui Cultural Centre—Evolution: Torres Strait Masks

$158,457 Touring funding
The exhibition highlights the importance of Torres Strait masks, their evolution from the past and their in?uence on present day contemporary art forms.

South Australian Museum—Yidaki: Didjeridu and the Sound of Australia

$398,710 (over three years) Touring funding
The exhibition offers audiences an immersive entry into the origins and meaning of the Yidaki in Yolngu life and culture.

National Gallery of Australia—David Hockney Prints

$79,920 Touring funding
The 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.

JamFactory—CONCRETE art design architecture

$259,184 (over four years) Touring funding
The exhibition explores ways artists, designers and architects use concrete in Australia today.