03 November 2017
Fayen is an artist and writer based in rural Victoria. Her practice explores drafting, editing and translation of texts and paintings as interdependent methods for critical, imaginative and poetic enquiry. She is also the founder of 3-ply, which investigates artist-led publishing as an experimental, conceptual and strategic device to expand or disrupt the production, transmission or archiving of knowledge.
24 October 2017
The Edge Ensemble is the core performing company for Western Edge Youth Arts (WEYA). They received $45,000 through the ‘Arts Project for Organisations’ category for the development, presentation and touring of Caliban, a new work by this ensemble of artists from Samoan, Vietnamese, Maori, Ghanaian, Croatian and Sudanese backgrounds.
14 October 2017
Author Sanaz Fotouhi is the Director of Asia Pacific Writers & Translators Inc. (APWT), an association for writers, literary translators, publishers, and others interested in promoting writing from the Asia Pacific region.
25 September 2017
Maria Zajkowski is a poet and lyricist. Her first collection of poetry, The Ascendant, was published by Puncher & Wattmann in 2015, and won both the 2011 and 2012 Josephine Ulrick Poetry Prizes. Poems from The Ascendant feature on the album Render by US ensemble Roomful of Teeth.
04 August 2017
Antony Hamilton’s work Meeting was recently nominated for two 2017 Bessie Awards for Outstanding Production and Outstanding Music Composition/Sound Design. The work pairs his own choreography with dancer and choreographer Alisdair Macindoe’s machine-making practice.
25 July 2017
Composer Natalie Dietz discovered that the grant writing process itself helped to articulate her vision, which led to a unique opportunity for artistic growth. Image: Natalie with American composer Paul Williams, receiving the ASCAP Herb Alpert National Young Jazz Composer’s Award.
23 January 2017
Michael Buckley’s work is influenced by his experience of brain dysfunction. He was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2011 and now uses his personal circumstances as inspiration. ‘I am working with the idea that ‘my brain is now not me,’ he says.
23 April 2015
Racheal is a Deaf circus artist based in Queensland. She has worked with Vulcana Women’s Circus in various roles since 2011, and is developing the foundation of the Deaf Arts Network for SEQ, formerly Deaf Arts Queensland, in partnership with Access Arts Queensland.
20 October 2014
Roslyn received $34,521 through Theatre’s 2013 New Work Creative Development category. From 2015, applications for projects like this can be submitted through – Arts Projects – Individuals/Groups (between $10,000-$50,000) program.
20 October 2014
Incite Arts received $119,000 through Community Partnerships’ 2013 Program category. From 2015, applications for projects like this can be submitted through – Arts Projects - Organisations (between $10,000 - $150,000) program.