Resilience in Isolation presented by YIRRAMBOI
5 August 2020
In response to the strange and trying times we find ourselves in, YIRRAMBOI would like to acknowledge the disruption that is being felt throughout the First Nations arts community. To ensure First Nations artists continue their practices and development, we are excited to introduce our Resilience in Isolation program, which looks to provide support for First Nations creatives. YIRRAMBOI are putting the call out for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from First Peoples to create, develop or adapt new works during the isolation period. Each project will receive up to $1,000 in financial support and will have the option to be uploaded to YIRRAMBOI’s social media pages and/or be further developed into a showing/showcase piece for YIRRAMBOI Festival, 6 – 16 May 2021.
To apply you must
• Identify as First Nations and state Language Group/s
• Be an emerging to mid-career practicing artist
• Be based in Australia
The EOI will remain open until the allocated funding has been exhausted.
Image credit: Bad Apples, YIRRAMBOI Festival 2019. Photo by James Henry.
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