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Updated: Jun 28, 2023

Events:

Panel and Networking

Access Ideas and Insights: The Future of Art


Who: Accessible Arts


Where: Art Gallery of NSW – New Building

When: 10:15am: Morning Tea and Networking (in person)

11am – 12pm: Panel Discussion (in person and online) Join in person or online for our third Access Ideas and Insights panel of 2023.


What: "An expert panel will discuss the many exciting ways we might create and engage with art as we delve into ‘The Future of Art’. Discover how artists and organisations are innovating access and inclusion with new technology and learn from leading artists and technologists Thea-Mai Baumann, Louise Zhang and Amy Mills as they explore where we are now, and what the future holds for creating truly “accessible” art."




 

Opportunities and Art Prizes


Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2023 | Entries open


The Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award 2023 is open to original works made on, or principally with, paper. Mediums may include but are not limited to drawing, painting, watercolour, collage, printmaking, photography, sculpture, installation and video.

Awards include the $15,000 major award, the $5,000 Young and Early Career Artist Award, the $5,000 Friends of Hazelhurst Local Artist Award, and the $1,000 People’s Choice Award. Hazelhurst’s installation crew also select an artist for the Residency Award: a 4-week studio residency in the historic Hazelhurst Cottage.

Entries close midnight Friday 30 June 2023.


Finalists whose work has been selected for the exhibition was be announced on Friday 28 July 2023.


Finalists will be exhibited in the Main Gallery at Hazelhurst Arts Centre from 16 September to 12 November 2023.





 

The National Capital Art Prize


The Competition

The National Capital Art Prize will be held annually with Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia over 18 years of age invited to submit up to four artworks across the three categories.

Entries opened on the 1 March and will close 30 June 2023.



 

Eden Unearthed: Art in the Gardens is calling out for practising artists to be a part of the 2023 Installation Art Exhibition.


Eden Gardens is again holding an installation art exhibition titled Eden Unearthed: Art in the Gardens, located at Macquarie Park, the fourth biggest corporate hub in Australia.

Featuring art installations from established and up-and-coming artists. It runs over a six-month period from November 1 2023 to April 30, 2024.

Eden Gardens are looking for original, site-specific and site-responsive work that fits well within our theme of ‘Eden Unearthed’ and our mission statement of Enriching People’s Lives With Plants. This speaks to the pillars of sustainability: economic, environmental, and social. Sculptural works, sound and water installations and ephemeral works are encouraged, and those with an environmental slant or emphasis on social cohesion are particularly sought.

Featured artists will receive $500 per artwork honorarium. Additional stipends are available on applications (up to $5000) to assist in the creation of site-specific works.

Applications are free to submit for the artists and students, and you can enter as many different times as you wish. Submissions close June 30 2023.

Prizes available are as follows:

  • Eden Gardens Award – $10,000

  • People’s Choice Award – $1,000

  • Accessibility Award – $300

  • Photography Award – $100 prize


 

Applications Open for the 2023 Bundanon Residency Program


The Bundanon Trust Artist-in-Residence program is the largest of its kind in Australia, making it highly sought after by artists nationally.


Each year, Accessible Arts partners with Bundanon to present a valuable week-long residency program specifically for artists with disability or who are d/Deaf. These residencies have been important stepping stones in the creative and career development of many successful Australian artists with disability.


The 2023 Accessible Arts and Bundanon Trust Artist-In-Residence Program is now open to visual artists, writers and musicians with disability or who are d/Deaf from NSW and the ACT. Up to five (5) artists will be funded to undertake a six (6) night residency at the renowned Bundanon Trust estate from 16 – 22 October 2023.

Successful applicants will be accommodated in self-catering cabins incorporating an artist’s studio or musician’s cottage. They will also be given a bursary to cover per diems.



 

Ripple: Disability and Culturally Diverse Internship Program – Applications Now Open


Applications are now open for Ripple: Disability and Culturally Diverse Internship Program.


This valuable program is a partnership between Accessible Arts, Diversity Arts Australia, and a range of arts and cultural organisations across NSW and the ACT. These paid internships will be in a variety of creative and technical areas such as marketing, curating, production, front of house, arts administration, public programs, writing, producing, and editing within music, visual arts, theatre and publishing.



 

Art in the Gardens Call for Entries - $10,000 first prize

Eden Unearthed: Art in the Gardens is calling out for practising artists to be a part of the 2023 Installation Art Exhibition.

Eden Gardens is again holding an installation art exhibition titled Eden Unearthed: Art in the Gardens, located at Macquarie Park, the fourth biggest corporate hub in Australia.


Featuring art installations from established and up-and-coming artists. It runs over a six-month period from November 1, 2023, to April 30, 2024.



 

Woollahra Municipal Council: Entries are now open for the 2023 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize.

Artists are invited to submit entries for the 2023 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize, Australia’s pre-eminent award for small sculpture presented by Woollahra Council.

The Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize attracts some of the world’s most exciting and innovative professional and emerging sculptors, with a prize pool of $29,000 awarded to winning artists across four categories: the main acquisitive award of $25,000; the Special Commendation of $2,000; the Mayor’s Award of $1,000 and the Viewers’ Choice of $1,000.




 

Open - The Lester Prize for Portraiture 2023

Entries are now open for one of the most prestigious portrait prizes in Australia, offering a prize pool of over $105,000.


Entries are open for WA’s premier portrait prize – The Lester Prize. Now in its seventeenth year, this award is one of the nation’s most mid-career recognised and prestigious art prizes. With a prize pool totalling over $105,000, the competition is open to artists of all experience levels – emerging, midcareer and professional.


Entries for The Lester Prize 2023 close on Sunday 9 July 2023 5pm AWST.




 


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