International Development Opportunities

Applications now open


India Literature Exploratory (20-27 January 2020) 
Delhi & Jaipur 

The Australia Council will lead a gathering of four Australian literature and publishing sector professionals; including publishers, commissioning editors, literary magazine editors, curators of writers’ centres and literature festivals, programmers of words and ideas programs and for the first time writers on a week long research, engagement and networking program in India. 

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TPAM – Performing Arts Meeting in Yokohama (9-12 February 2020)
Yokohama

TPAM is one of the most established and influential performing arts platforms in Asia; a space where people from various places in the world who are professionally involved in performing arts get together for exchange through diverse performance and meeting programs. 

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Dhaka Art Summit (7-15 February 2020)
Dhaka

Now in its fifth edition, the Dhaka Art Summit (DAS) is a hub for art and architecture in South Asia, held at the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, in the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.

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International Performing Arts for Youth (IPAY) Showcase (21-25 January 2020)
Philadelphia
The Australia Council’s International Development Manager – North America will work with a delegation of Australians in Philadelphia to build connections with international performing arts professionals, organisations and artists working in children’s theatre/youth arts, and support their capacity to develop partnerships in North America. 

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Visiting International Publishers (27 April-1 May 2020)
Sydney

This program supports a delegation of international publishers, scouts and literary agents to travel to Australia to participate in an intensive week-long schedule of business meetings, networking events, industry forums, bookstore visits, writers’ festival events, and panel discussions with Australian publishers and agents. It provides them with the opportunity to immerse themselves in Australia’s unique literary culture, share insights into global publishing trends, and expand opportunities for Australian authors overseas.

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Coming Soon: International Residencies (2020-21)


IMAGE CREDITS:
  • (Header) Sue Healey, On View: Japan (Saori Hala). Photo: Pippa Samaya.
  • Jaipur Literature Festival. Photo: Australia Council.
  • Sue Healey, On View: Japan (Kenta Kojiri, Saori Hala, Naoko Shirakawa, Ema Yuasa). Photo: Pippa Samaya.  
  • Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran, Idols, 2018, mixed media installation, exhibited as part of the 2018 Dhaka Art Summit, Shilpakala Cultural Academy, Bangladesh. Photo: Courtesy of the Samdani Art Foundation.
  • Sensorium Theatre, Whoosh!. Photo: Christophe Canato.
  • Visiting International Publishers. Photo: Australia Council.

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Our team

Director, International Development: Amrit Gill 

Manager, International Development Operations: Thea Baumann

North America

International Development Consultant: Norman Armour 

International Market Adviser: Karen Le Roy

North Asia

International Development Manager: Rosemary Hinde 

International Market Adviser: Joanna Bayndrian

South & South East Asia

International Development Consultant: Grey Yeoh 

International Market Adviser: Nithya Nagarajan

Europe

International Development Consultant: Katrina Schwarz 

International Market Adviser: Ellen Dwyer

Biennale Arte

Senior Exhibition and Project Officer: Tara Kita 

Project and Communications Officer: Amber McCulloch 

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