Descriptions of the nine successful projects funded in Round 11 of the Visions of Australia program. Funding is for a single year unless otherwise stated. All amounts are expressed as GST exclusive.

Albury Library Museum—Earth Canvas: Linking Artists with Regenerative Farmers

$63,039 Touring funding
An exhibition linking artists with regenerative farmers to explore contemporary environmental issues and artistic responses to landscape.

Art Gallery of New South Wales—Archie 100: A Century of the Archibald Prize

$250,000 Touring funding
The exhibition marks the centenary in 2021 of the AGNSW's Archibald Prize capturing the evolution of Australian portraiture and providing a unique historical survey of Australian society.

Australian Design Centre—Australian Contemporary Ceramics: 1962 to 2022

$105,675 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 of 'The Journal of Australian Ceramics'.

JamFactory Contemporary Craft and Design—JamFactory Icon Tom Moore: Abundant Wonder

$56,916 Touring funding
An exhibition showcasing technically challenging contemporary glass art by one of Australia's best known master glass artists, Tom Moore.

Museums & Galleries of NSW—Suspended Moment: recipients of The Katthy Cavaliere Fellowship

$92,737 Touring funding
The exhibition showcases a selection of works by Katthy Cavaliere (1972–2012) alongside current and past work by three recipients of the Katthy Cavaliere Fellowship.

National Archives of Australia—Out of this World: Australia in the space age

$208,506 Touring funding
The exhibition explores Australia's role in, and responses to, the space age from the 1950s to the 1970s across the fields of science, design and popular culture.

National Exhibitions Touring Support (NETS) Victoria—Looking Glass: Judy Watson and Yhonnie Scarce

$104,646 Touring funding
The exhibition presents new work by leading First Nations artists Yhonnie Scarce and Judy Watson, developed by TarraWarra Museum of Art in collaboration with curator Hetti Perkins.

National Gallery of Australia—Spowers & Syme

$89,215 Touring funding
The exhibition showcases the life and work of two Australian female printmakers working in the 1930s, Ethel Spowers and Eveline Syme.

Tuggeranong Community Arts Association Inc—On Thin Ice

$47,199 Touring funding
A collaborative exhibition developed by journalist and author Ginger Gorman, photographers Hillary Wardhaugh and Martin Ollman, sculptor Tom Buckland and printmaker Jess Higgins exploring the stories of local residents who are living with or recovering from addiction to crystal methamphetamine (ice).