Current Opportunities

Inbound Delegations
Opportunities for international peers to engage with art in Australia

Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM): Circa

Australian Performing
Arts Market (APAM)
 


Visiting International Publishers (VIPs)

Visiting International
Publishers (VIPs)
 



Outbound Delegations

Opportunities for Australians to attend international events and markets

Dhaka Art Summit, Bangladesh

Dhaka Art Summit, Bangladesh

IETM Autumn

IETM Autumn

New York in January

New York in January

International Performing Arts Youth (IPAY)

International Performing
Arts Youth (IPAY)
 

Tokyo Performing Arts Market (TPAM)

Tokyo Performing
Arts Market (TPAM)

IETM Spring Plenary Porto 2018


IETM Spring Plenary Porto 2018

New York Publishers Program 2018


New York Publishers Program 2018


Exchange Projects

Opportunities for international collaboration

Kyoto Art Center Exchange Residency

Kyoto Art Center
Exchange Residency
 

Tri Nations Curators Exchange

Tri Nations Curators Exchange



Key Signature Projects

Ongoing international programs

Venice Biennale: Australian Pavilion

Venice Biennale

Artistic Proposal EOI for National Participation at The Australian Pavilion, Biennale Arte 2019, Venice





In-market Representation
Supporting the presentation of Australian work overseas

Watch this space for future projects





International residencies
Opportunities for artists to engage internationally

Funding
Opportunities for quick response funds and other grants

International market resources
Online resources to support market development and capacity building

International Development Managers
Australia Council staff in market.
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Image credits; APAM, Circa, credit Rob Maccoll; VIPs, credit Australia Council; Dhaka Art Summit 2016, credit Jenni Carter; IETM, image courtesy of IETM; IPAY 2017, credit Martin Jenich Photography; It’s Dark Outside, credit Richard Jefferson; TPAM, credit Chris Frappe; Kyoto, image courtesy of Kyoto Arts Center. Australian Pavilion, credit John Gollings.

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