Fellowships enable an artist to undertake a sustained period of creative development that will extend their professional practice and lead to the production and presentation of new work.
Individual artists with an extensive track record of artistic practice and recognised achievement can apply.
Applicants must propose a major area of practice that they wish to develop which will enhance their reputation and career.
|Round 1||Round 2||Round 3|
|Open date||13 January 2020||*||*|
|Closing date||5pm, 24 February 2020||*||*|
|Notification date||24 April 2020||*||*|
|Funded activity commencement date||1 May 2020||*||*|
* Please note our funding programs are currently under review as part of the Arts and Culture Plan South Australia 2019-2024 to ensure they support contemporary practice and are responsive to sector needs. Some grant rounds for 2020 have been scheduled with similar frequency to previous years. Other rounds and closing dates are yet to be determined. We expect to be able to provide further details from mid-May 2020.
Find out more about the Arts and Culture Plan South Australia 2019-2024.
The handbook below details eligibility criteria, eligible costs and expenses and how to apply.
|Celia Craig||Fellowship exploring new Artistic Directions||$50,000|
|Matthew Bradley||Sustained period of studio-based research across the development of new works for solo exhibition at Samstag Museum 2021||$50,000|
Fellowship to engage with international ensembles and |
peers to develop collaborative works
|Michelle Nikou||Creation of new work for exhibition||$40,000|
|Gabriella Smart||Fellowship to creatively develop three international, collaborative cross-cultural projects||$40,000|
|Gabrielle Nankivell||Fellowship to undertake a sustained period of research and collaboration to develop a significant solo dance work||$40,000|
For more information about this grant or support with the application process, please contact us.