IETM Spring Plenary Meeting, Hull 2019

Event dates:  28-31 March 2019

Amount:  $3,000

Notification:  January 2019

Expressions of Interest close:  Midnight, Tuesday 11 December 2018 AEST

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About the opportunity

Expressions of Interest are now open for support to attend the IETM Spring Plenary Meeting in Hull, UK, 28 - 31 March 2019.

Australia Council has worked in partnership with the International Network for Contemporary Performing Arts Network (IETM) since 2009 to develop long term collaborations and co-productions between Australian and European artists. This project has now evolved into a broader engagement with European networks and partners.

The Australia Council will lead an Australian delegation at the 2019 IETM Spring Plenary in Hull, UK. The Council’s International Development Manager – Europe will work with the delegation in Hull.

The theme for the Plenary is inclusion. It will ‘examine issues around race, ethnicity, faith, disability, age, gender, sexuality, class and economic disadvantage and any social and institutional barriers that prevent people from participating in and enjoying the arts as an integral part of the societies they live in.’ More information on this event can be found on the IETM website. Artists, producers and organisations are encouraged to consider the theme of the meeting when submitting an expression of interest.

The Council will provide up to twelve delegates with $3,000 each towards the cost of attending. Culturally diverse artists and artists with disability are encouraged to apply. The city and meeting will be fully accessible. Artists with disability may also apply for the cost of carer attendance or other support costs if required. If you are seeking additional support for access costs please upload a budget in your own format as support material.

Supported delegates will be responsible for all costs associated with attending the meeting including flights, visas, insurance, accommodation and registration.

Eligibility

Please check the general eligibility requirements on the Australia Council website.

Selection Criteria

Applicants are required to respond to the following selection criteria:

1.  The impact of attendance at this IETM, including response to the theme, in developing future international opportunities and enhancing international reputation.

2.  Demonstrated understanding of, and commitment to, the region, markets and networks that IETM facilitates.

3.  The timeliness of this opportunity and a demonstrated ability to plan and deliver on any international outcomes that may arise.

Supporting Material

If you are seeking additional support towards access costs to attend the meeting, please upload a budget in your own format as support material.

For other applicants, no supporting material or submitted budget is required.

Selection process

Australia Council staff will consider expressions of interest according to the selection criteria above and will seek recommendations by industry advisors as needed.

You will be informed of the outcome of your Expression of Interest by January 2019.


How to submit an Expression of Interest

Click on the ‘Submit an EOI’ button at the bottom of this page. Expressions of Interest must be submitted via the Australia Council’s online system. To apply in the online system, please click on ‘Grants & Grant Reporting’ and choose ‘Expressions of Interest (EOI)’.

Note, this is an Expression of Interest and not a grant application. It does not count as an application to the Australia Council Grants Program.

Changes to grants payments

The way Australia Council grants payments are made has changed. Effective immediately, grant recipients will no longer send an invoice for payment of a grant. Instead, after you accept our offer of funding, we will pay your grant into your nominated bank account and send you a Recipient Created Tax Invoice (RCTI).

Important information for administered grants

If you plan to have your grant administered by a third party, applicants will now need to ensure that the administrator is registered on the Australia Council online system before you begin your application. This means you cannot complete or submit an application if your administrator is not registered.

Frequently Asked Questions

To visit our Frequently Asked Questions' page, please click here.


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Contact

To discuss your expression of interest and any questions about access at the meeting, please contact Sophie Travers, International Development Manager – Europe at s.travers@australiacouncil.gov.au or Ellen Dwyer, International Market Adviser - Europe, on 02 9215 9051 or e.dwyer@australiacouncil.gov.au

Credit Image: © Adam Wyles. Source and licence .

Credit Image: 
© Adam Wyles. 
Source and licence.

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