Descriptions of the six successful projects funded in Round 15 of the Visions of Australia program. Funding is for a single year unless otherwise stated. All amounts are expressed as GST exclusive.

National Gallery of Australia—Know My Name: Australian Women Arts

$227,551 Touring funding (over 2 years)

Previously on display at the National Gallery of Australia, the tour of Know My Name will bring together more than 500 works to tell a new story of Australian art, and upend the assumption that modern and contemporary art is a male-dominated narrative.

NETS Victoria—Yesterday today tomorrow (working title)

$263,137 Touring funding

The project foregrounds Country as an active participant, and brings together multi‑disciplinary Barkandji/Barkindji artists to share their deep connection to each other and to their Ancestors.

Museums & Galleries of NSW—Education Development for National Tour of Dennis Golding | POWER—The Future is Here

$52,455 Development funding

This project will be funded to develop tailored education material and public programming that will provide access for Australian audiences to the high-quality works of First Nation artist Dennis Golding and First Nation curator Kyra Kum-Sing.

McClelland Sculpture Ltd—Current—Gail Mabo, Lisa Waup, Dominic White

$224,011 Touring funding

Current features three First Nations artists who affirm their powerful connection to their lands, waters and ancestors. The exhibition celebrates each of the artists' three practices which are related in thematic concerns and material experimentation.

Bookend Enterprises Pty Ltd—Extension to the Sixteen Legs: Enter the Cave Exhibition Regional Tour

$221,600 Touring funding (over 2 years)

A travelling exhibition of photography, dark-fantasy digital artworks, large scale sculptures and supporting local artist contributions based around the magical environmental and cultural significance of Australia's deepest caves.

Museums and Gallery Services Queensland—How Soon Is Now? Works about time and space in two and a half dimensions by Bruce Reynolds

$163,885 Touring funding

A new national touring exhibition showcasing the cast relief works and two-dimensional collaged linoleum works of acclaimed contemporary artist, Bruce Reynolds.