APAM is Australia’s premier contemporary performing arts market event. It brings the sector together to exchange ideas, experience new Australian work, engage in critical dialogue, build skills and partnerships, find new collaborators and investors, and network with national and international peers.
The Australia Council supports a number of national partnerships, projects and events as part of its vision to support the national development of the arts. This support strategically enhances the capacity and profile of Australian artists, and seeks to further develop markets and audiences for their work.
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Expressions of Interest have now closed for the following programs:
Established in 1895, the Venice Biennale is the world’s oldest and most prestigious biennale of international contemporary art. Unique for its dual exhibition model, the Venice Biennale comprises of a curated show and individual exhibitions of ‘national participations’. It is an important forum for countries to affirm their nation’s artistc and cultural identity.
The International Residencies Program has been developed through sector consultation and research. Council has forged partnerships with some of the best residency providers in the world to deliver a suite of residencies that enable the development of individual artists, arts mediators, groups and organisations.