Project descriptions for successful projects funded in the October 2017 Visions funding round.
Project descriptions for nine successful projects funded in Round 5 of the 2017 Visions funding round (Funding is for a single year unless otherwise stated. All amounts are GST exclusive).
Artback NT—Still in My Mind: Gurindji location, experience and visuality
$177,090 (over three years) Touring funding
The exhibition reflects on the Gurindji Walk-Off from diverse cultural perspectives.
Australian War Memorial—For Country, for Nation
$92,007 Touring funding
The exhibition recognises the military service of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples during the First World War.
Museum of Contemporary Art Australia—John Mawurndjul: I am the old I am the new
$230,766 Touring funding
The exhibition records and tells the story of JohnMawurndjul, one of Australia's leading Aboriginal visual artists.
Contemporary Art Tasmania—The Partnershipping Project—20 new installation works by 20 Regional Artists
$93,612 Touring funding
20 installation works by 20 regional artists across four regions will progressively contribute to an exhibition that will be displayed in eight re-purposed boats.
Museum and Gallery Services Queensland—Contemporary Australian Sculpture
$67,400 Development funding
The exhibition will showcase contemporary sculptural work by an array of high-calibre Australian artists.
Australian Design Centre—Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft: Prue Venables
$35,500 Development funding
Ceramicist Prue Venables will be the ninth artist to be featured in the Australian Design Centre's 'Living Treasures' series of exhibitions.
National Gallery of Australia—The Ned Kelly Series
$93,224 Touring funding
The exhibition is a tour of Sidney Nolan's 1946–47 paintings on the theme of 19th century bushranger Ned Kelly.
NETS Victoria—Raquel Ormella—A Survey
$140,318 (over two years) Touring funding
The exhibition brings together a selection of new and recent work by Raquel Ormella, one of Australia's leading contemporary artists.
Australian National Maritime Museum—Submerged: stories of Australia's shipwrecks
$196,850 (over two years) Touring funding
This is a graphic-panel exhibition featuring stories on Australia's shipwrecks.