|Phoebe Robinson Housemate Performance I|
Dancehouse, Housemates Performance 2014
The Housemate Performance applications have been brought forward six-months and are now open. This is a fully-funded residency programmed for the first half of 2014 at Dancehouse which allows a choreographer the space to develop a new work.
Deadline (extended) July 5; http://www.dancehouse.com.au/research/researchdetails.php?id=81
Pausefest is calling for submissions for installations to be exhibited at Federation Square as part of their 2014 Festival. Applications need to address the theme Connected. A short list of 10 designs will be selected to appear on the PauseFest website and Federation Square’s big screen. The two winners will be awarded $5000 to realise their installation for the festival.
Registration and final design submission August 15; http://pausefest.com.au/download_docs/pausefest2014_eoi_details.pdf
|Majena Mafe, Soundage 2012 at The Block, QUT|
Digital Associates Program, QUT Creative Industries Precinct
Applications are now open for artists and curators to propose media art and digital projects that will make use of QUT’s The Block and associated facilities. Through the Digital Associates Program successful applicants will receive subsidised access to the space and infrastructure. This round is timed to assist with applications to state and federal funding bodies.
Friday 12 July 2013; http://www.ciprecinct.qut.edu.au/dap/
Waverley Artist In Residence Program 2014
Waverley Council in Sydney is offering three studios rent-free for six months in the School of Arts (138 Bondi Road). Applications are open to all artforms including collaborative practices.
Deadline Monday 22 July 2013; http://www.waverley.nsw.gov.au/things_to_do/arts_and_culture/AIR_program/about_the_program
Small Screen 2014, Screen Space
Dedicated to the exhibition of video work, Screen Space in Melbourne is calling for applications for their Small Screen program which features single channel works on a large LCD monitor in the foyer.
Deadline 8 July; http://screenspace.com/proposals.html
Brisbane Fringe Festival
Young Brisbane entrepreneurs who felt the city was big enough for an open platform, free-for-all fringe festival running parallel to the Brisbane Festival, have established the Brisbane Fringe Festival, playing 1-14 September this year. Registrations are now open for all forms of festivities.
Deadline for submission 27 July; http://brisbanefringefestival.com/
RealTime issue #115 June-July 2013 pg. web
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