Descriptions of the 8 successful projects funded in Round 14 of the Visions of Australia program. Funding is for a single year unless otherwise stated. All amounts are expressed as GST exclusive.

Art Gallery of South Australia—Kungka Kunpu

$261,112 Touring funding
Drawn from Art Gallery of South Australia’s collection, Kungka Kunpu (Strong Women) showcases major contemporary works by celebrated women artists from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands.

Museums and Galleries of NSW—National tour of OCCURRENT AFFAIR

$202,814 Touring funding
OCCURRENT AFFAIR is an exhibition by influential Brisbane-based Aboriginal artist collective proppaNOW, which addresses current socio-political, economic and environmental issues, while celebrating the strength, resilience and continuity of Aboriginal culture.

Institute of Modern Art—Gordon Hookey: A MURRIALITY

$191,005 Touring funding (over 3 years) 2021–22, 2023-24 and 2024-25
Gordon Hookey: A MURRIALITY is the first survey of renowned Waanyi artist Gordon Hookey, charting three decades of practice where artmaking and activism fuse.

Geelong Art Gallery—Blanche Tilden- Ripple effect: a 25 year survey

$20,404 Touring funding
Blanche Tilden- Ripple effect: a 25 year survey is an exhibition of Melbourne-based jeweller and maker Blanche Tilden. Funding will assist costs associated with rescheduling of the current exhibition including a new venue.

Artback NT—Some Like it Hot

$38,004 Touring funding
Some Like it Hot showcases the Northern Territory’s most revered artists, Franck Gohier and Therese Ritchie, and explores gender in the tropics through printmaking, painting and photography.

Museum and Gallery Services Queensland—Three Echoes - Western Desert Art

$250,864 Touring funding
Three Echoes showcases Aboriginal art spanning the first 30 years of the Western Desert art movement, with works from 57 artists, curated by Djon Mundine OAM.

National Archives of Australia—Making Change: how do you change society?

$67,766 Development funding
Making Change will answer the question of ‘How do you change the world?’ through records held in the National Archives’ collection. It will explore the ways Australians have changed the world, and how the Commonwealth has responded.

Bunjil Place, City of Casey—kiira kiira - Country

$62,400 Development funding
kiira kiira–Country proposes to bring together established and emerging Barkindji and Ngiyampaa artists to explore connection to Country and to Ancestors.