In 2019 Yarra Annual Grants will invest nearly $880,000 in programs which support and enrich the Yarra community. The funded programs will address a wide variety of local needs and promote connectedness and well-being across Yarra.
Artists are invited to submit a concept to the MoreArt Public Art Show for the Supported
Category of MoreArt 2018. Artists are asked to propose works for various sites along the Upfield Line and Sydney Road public transport, cultural and commercial precincts.
Each successful applicant in the Supported Category will receive a fee to be negotiated.
Expressions of interest are currently open for touring in 2019 through Regional Arts Victoria’s Arts & Education and Connecting Places programs. Applications are welcome from across the state.
Arts & Education
Tours high quality and educationally relevant arts experiences to young people across Victoria from early years through to VCE. Regional Arts Victoria work to provide accessible arts experiences and encourage students to participate in the arts as both artists and audiences.
Tours high-quality performances to arts councils, halls & mechanics’ institute committees, regional festivals and local shires, and promotes career development for community presenters to create sustainable presenting practices for small regional communities.
Women’s Circus Artist Residency Program ‘A Room of One’s Own’ offers women* identifying artists working in circus/performance/physical theatre up to 2-weeks access to the Drill Hall, their training and rehearsal space in West Footscray for free! This residency is an opportunity for artists to explore, refine, re-develop, rehearse their work in a supportive, fully-equipped space.
As a Concert and Event Manager, you will provide high quality and professional concert and event management and production management for events held at the Melbourne Recital Centre. In this role, you will liaise with artists, agents, tour managers, hirers and other users of the Centre providing effective artistic support and coordination for events.
The Dance Massive Project Coordinator manages the design and delivery of Dance Massive 2019 in consultation and with advice and approval from the Consortium Members.
The Dance Massive 2019 delivery plan includes festival management, stakeholder liaison, marketing and communications, audience and artist development, visiting delegations and evaluation. The Dance Massive Project Coordinator creates and monitors timelines, strategies, budgets and milestones for the timely and effective delivery of the festival with the Consortium.
Arts Activation Grants offer funding and skill-building opportunities to support community-led ideas, big and small, which engage Moreland’s community with the arts.
The Arts Activation Grants are a revision of the previous Celebrating Place Grants, with the main improvements being access to greater funding, access to funding over consecutive years and a greater focus on arts and cultural outcomes and engagement.
un Magazine publishes essays, interviews, artworks, creative commentary, audio and video works, and everything in between. They are open to experimental approaches within printed and online formats. All contributors are paid, with rates varying from $150 – $400.
The National Library offers three Fellowships to support practising writers and artists to develop new work creatively using or inspired by the Library’s collections.
The Library provides creative artists with a unique and supportive environment in which to immerse themselves in the collections. The Fellowship enables artists to be inspired by, repurpose, transform or imaginatively respond to published sources, such as music, maps, rare books or ephemera, or original sources, such as pictures, manuscripts, oral histories and folklore recordings, in any way.