Support Material

Additional material can be submitted to help support your application.
  • A URL (website link) which directly links to where an example of your work may be read, viewed or heard is the preferred method for supplying support material. A URL is simple for applicants and peers to use.
  • Providing a URL to your work allows you to present your work so that it can be easily accessed and played on a variety of operating systems (e.g., Mac, Windows, Linux) and devices (e.g., laptop, desktop, tablet, mobile)
  • Providing a URL to your work allows you to present your supporting material in high definition, without having an impact on your total application file limit of 20MB
  • Uploading large video and audio files with your application can be slow.

How to provide support material as a URL:

You can link to a specific page on your artist or organisations website that displays examples of your work.

If you don’t have a website, there are a number of free and easy to use online hosting services, most of which allow you to password protect material. Below is a listing of just some of the third party hosting sites available to you:

Video

Music and sound

Images

Written material


Support material tips:
  • You should provide recent examples that best demonstrate the quality of your past or present work, and is relevant to the proposal
  • The URL needs to be a direct link to your written material, images, video or audio. The link should not require further navigation, or for a file to be downloaded
  • If the URL requires a password to access, please ensure you include the password in the space provided
  • You can submit up to three URLs and peers will review up to:
    • 10 pages of written material
    • 10 images
    • 10 mins of video or audio recording
  • Be sure to regularly check that the URLs you provided are working through the course of the assessment period, as we take no responsibility if the link does not work
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