Descriptions of the 11 successful projects funded in Round 13 of the Visions of Australia program. Funding is for a single year unless otherwise stated. All amounts are expressed as GST exclusive.


South Australian Museum—Trade Routes

$129,211 Development funding
Trade Routes will explore the trading of pearl shells across Kimberley communities and the vast systems that reveal the economic and cultural structures of Aboriginal Australia.

APY Art Centre Collective—Milpatjunanyi: Contemporary drawing from the APY Lands

$85,000 Development funding
Showcasing 17 artists from the APY art centres, the exhibition will celebrate Milpatjunanyi, drawing in sand, and the profound importance it has in Aṉangu culture.

HOTA, Home of the Arts—Lost in Palm Springs

$75,407 Development funding
Curated by Dr Greer Honeywill, Lost in Palm Springsis an interdisciplinary exhibition with artists and thinkers who respond to, capture or reimagine, mid-century modern architecture and the links between Palm Springs and Australia.

Artspace Visual Arts Centre Ltd—Artspace Touring Program—52 ACTIONS

$37,500 Development funding
52 Australian artists from Artspace's 52 Actions online commissioning platform will be connected to venues across Australia to develop on-site and online exhibition programs that are responsive to each local context.

Australian Design Centre—SIXTY: The Journal of Australian Ceramics 60th Anniversary 1962–2022

$251,234 Touring funding
SIXTY will showcase 22 Australian contemporary ceramic artists in celebration of the 60th anniversary of The Journal of Australian Ceramics.

UNSW Galleries—Pliable Planes: Expanded Textiles and Fibre Practices

$107,355 Touring funding (2022–23)
Pliable Planes draws together artists and writers who reimagine the use of textiles and fibre art in contemporary practice.

NETS Victoria—Conflated

$154,312 Touring funding
Conflated features artists who explore inflatables and their relationship to bodies, environments and cultures.

National Museum of Australia—Walking through a Songline digital experience

$127,500 Touring funding
A new immersive digital installation based on the National Museum of Australia's highly successful Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters exhibition, that allows audiences to make their way through a representation of a songline.


$186,985 Touring funding (over 3 years 2021–22 to 2023–24)
Tour extension to allow Cleverman, an exhibition showcasing Australian Indigenous superhero television series, to tour to five new venues in Western Australia and Northern Territory.

$120,820 Touring funding (2022–23)
Rauschenberg and Johns: Significant Others draws from the National Gallery of Australia's extensive collection of renowned artists Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns.

$160,412 Touring funding
ZOONOSES is an immersive exhibition of contemporary multimedia work by Queensland artist Dr Nicola Hooper that explores themes of the morality of human and animal relationships as they relate to the spread of zoonotic disease.