NATIONAL SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ARTS FUND PROJECTS

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NATIONAL SUMMARY OF REGIONAL ARTS FUND PROJECTS
Project Name
Project description
Project type
Amount
approved
Support is offered for Artback NT to bring workshops in stop
motion animation to young people across the NT and to
present screenings of international children's films from the
Little Big Shots Film Festival. The workshops and screenings
will partner with local arts organisations, schools and
communities. The workshop program will be delivered by
Darwin’s stop motion animator Al Oldfield.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
14,850
Support is offered to create access to one of the most
disadvantaged populations in Darwin by offering arts and
cultural expression. Arts in the Long Grass includes Aboriginal
people displaced from remote communities and homeless in
Darwin by providing arts materials and mentors and allowing
for a wide range of artistic expression.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
14,570
Support is offered to Darwin writer Natalie Sprite to write a
new draft of the novel RIPE with support from editor and
publisher Melanie Ostell (Murdoch Press). On completion, the
manuscript will be forwarded to Murdoch Press for
publication.
Artist
professional
development
10,000
Support is offered for Darwin playwright Mary Anne Butler to
hold a two week development workshop with Sydney director
Lee Lewis, plus professional actors and a dramaturge to
finalise the script for ‘The Sound of Waiting’ and offer it for
mainstream production.
Artist
professional
development
10,000
NORTHERN TERRITORY
Little Big Shots
Workshops and
Screening
Northern Territory
Arts in the Long
Grass
Northern Territory
New draft of the
Novel, RIPE
Northern Territory
'The Sound of
Waiting'
development
workshop
Northern Territory
1
Coppelia - A Ballet in
Three Acts
Northern Territory
Opera Australia
Composer Residency
Northern Territory
Barkly Life
Northern Territory
Music Production
and Creation of
Work Mentorship
Northern Territory
Tammy Brennan
Professional
Development
Northern Territory
Cat's Meow Cabaret
Caravan Burlesque
Professional
Development
Northern Territory
Mungkarta Artists
Weaving Project
Northern Territory
Support is offered for the Palmerston Association for Dancing
Inc to produce Coppelia - A Ballet in Three Acts – to perform
at the Darwin Entertainment Centre in November 2012. Jan
Hedenig, director/choreographer and Martin Jarvis, musical
director/conductor will work together with professional ballet
dancers and local dancers and artists to perform the ballet as
an 'organic unit' for the first time in Darwin.
Project
development
20,000
Support is offered for Katherine composer Sebastian Harris to
commence a residency with Opera Australia. Sebastian Harris
will participate in one entire rehearsal period of a production
and meet with key personnel such as performers, director,
choreographer and technical staff from the company to learn
essential skills relating to composition of opera.
Artist
professional
development
2,605
Support is offered for Indigenous writer Maureen O'Keefe to
work towards publishing bush stories from her childhood.
Maureen will work with Barkly writer Ktima Heathcote to
finish 12 stories to be sent for publication to IAD Press.
Artist
professional
development
9,544
Support is offered for emerging Alice Springs
singer/songwriter Edwina Donald to enter into a collaborative
mentorship with NSW producer Benjamin Last. The
mentorship will focus on expanding Edwina's artistic career
and on her work with young people as music facilitator in the
Alice Springs region.
Artist
professional
development
5,000
Support is offered for Alice Springs artist Tammy Brennan to
undertake specialised professional development with mentors
in contemporary operatic vocal techniques, Suzuki physical
theatre training and contemporary performance-making
techniques/languages in Brisbane and Melbourne. This
mentorship will assist the artist with the delivery of her new
stage work 'Confined'.
Artist
professional
development
8,235
Support is offered for the Cat’s Meow Cabaret to commence a
series of professional development workshops with award
winning Australian company directors Moira Finucane and
Jackie Smith which create intimate theatrical spectacles,
towards developing a Caravan Burlesque Road Show in Alice
Springs.
Artist
professional
development
12,050
Support is offered for artists of the very remote community of
Mungkarta near Tennant Creek to engage in a series of
workshops focusing on natural fibre weaving and construction
techniques. The group will use this new art form to explore
aspects of traditional community life and culture, and develop
new skills to add to their knowledge base to then increase
their capacity at artist markets and exhibitions.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
4,890
2
SPRUNG Youth
Dance seeding the
initiative
Northern Territory
Godinymayin
Workshop Program
Northern Territory
Video Architecture
Northern Territory
Metamorphis from
fleece to fabulous
felt
Support is offered for SPRUNG's vision to develop a
sustainable structure for youth dance with a regular program
of creating original dance theatre works for performance.
SPRUNG's choreographers and performers will take on
creative challenges, work collaboratively and engage in indepth creative development processes to create works
communicating themes and ideas relevant to the Alice Springs
community.
Project
development
19,635
Support is offered for the Godinymayin Yijard Rivers Arts and
Cultural Centre to provide opportunities for artists in the
Katherine region by offering a series of weekend workshops
from July to November 2012. The workshops target
Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists and arts workers from
the Katherine region in the areas of music production, fabric
printing, sculptural weaving and visual arts presentation.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
20,000
Video Architecture is a multimedia project to be shown as part
of the 2012 Alice Desert Festival. Using large scale projection
mapping, Video Architecture is spontaneous, collaborative
and highly interactive, suing digital technology to re-imagine
our public spaces and built environment with the ethereal,
dream-like element of light.
Community
capacity
building
8,400
Central Craft hosts workshops to provide professional
development opportunities for craft practitioners in Central
Australia. Its Fibre Friends Friday group requested that
renowned textile artist Philomena Hail conduct a series of
felting workshops to broaden their artistic skills and creativity
by encouraging innovation in the use of materials and
techniques.
Community
skills
development
3,330
Aboriginal artists from the Mithika - (Betoota), Wangkamardla
- (Bedourie), Yarluyandi/ Wangkangurru - (Birdsville) and Pitta
Pitta (Bedourie) people who wish to tell their dreamtime story
that connects them to "Country" will produce nine art
canvases using traditional techniques. Each canvas will be
digitalised and presented as interpretative signage with bilingual language, installed at specific places or sites linking a
track or trail to publically share knowledge and invite people
to become part of the "Footprints of Time" journey.
Small cultural
projects
27,800
QUEENSLAND
Footprints of Time
Queensland
3
The RISK Project
Queensland
Crush Festival 2012 Youth Development
Project
Issues of positive and negative risk as it relates to youth in the
three major townships of the Scenic Rim (Tamborine
Mountain, Beaudesert and Boonah) will be researched in
consultation with youth and their parents. A dramatic script
will be developed and performed within the three
communities.
Small cultural
projects
29,500
Bundaberg’s youth will engage in a variety of street arts
projects such as making zines, QR interactive games, pop-up
acts and busking at the 2012 Crush Festival.
Small cultural
projects
29,670
The Torres Strait Choral Project will bring together community
choir members from several islands to work with choral
director Graeme Morton and a chamber ensemble led by
Topology's Robert Davidson. Between July and September
workshops will be held, leading up to a performance at the
Winds of Zenadth Cultural Festival.
Artist
professional
development
25,000
Musicians will work with Fraser Coast’s young emerging artists
to improve performance skills culminating in a community
concert showcasing highly trained young people performing in
a professional setting.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
7,770
A week-long series of curated events will profile the Artist Run
Initiatives that support emerging artists in Toowoomba's
diverse and rapidly growing art scene. Through workshops,
artists/directors talks, open studios, exhibitions and public
forums new audiences will be educated and engage with local
contemporary arts practices.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
15,150
Local artists will produce individualised prefabricated mosaic
panels attached to the exterior of buildings inundated in
Toowoomba's January 2011 floods. Works will indicate flood
levels, represent individual experiences of businesses and
express resilience and recovery. Interpretive signage will
include acknowledgements and QR code smart phone apps to
enhance the visual and audio accessibility of the stories of the
people affected.
Small cultural
projects
24,200
Oral history stories will be collected from people from a
variety of cultural backgrounds to create a multimedia work
exploring the lesser known facets of Mackay’s changing
landscape over the last 150 years.
Small cultural
projects
13,835
Queensland
Torres Strait Choral
Project
Queensland
Fraser Coast's Artists
Rock
Queensland
The Range Toowoomba's
Independent
Contemporary Art
and Culture Festival
Queensland
Splashing Back
Queensland
Memory Paths
Queensland
4
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Little Artists
Handmade
South Australia
Surf Stories
South Australia
'Birdsong' - Bilingual
Choral Workshop
South Australia
Feast of Ephemera
South Australia
Faces of the Fleurieu
South Australia
Off the Couch
Goolwa
South Australia
'Re-ignite' Adult
Printmaking
South Australia
D'faces Aerosol Art
Mentorship
Little Artists Handmade will engage local children, parents
and/or grand parents working with local artists to create
collaborative artworks resulting in a public exhibition in
Hahndorf in 2013.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
Renowned ceramic artist Gerry Wedd will lead the surfing
community in the design, development and construction of a
tile mural project reflecting on the 50 year local surfing and
beach culture.
Community
capacity
building
A bilingual choral workshop for soprano, alto, tenor and bass
members from across the Fleurieu Peninsula conducted in
both English and French by professional choral conductor
Franck Pellé-Rolland.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
During the 10th Kangaroo Island Art Feast, the Feast of
Ephemera project will feature environmental sculptor Evette
Sunset working with community participants in creating
ephemeral sculptures and installations at various locations on
the island.
Community
capacity
building
10,600
Artists Bob Daly and Kalyna Micenko will run workshops with
the community of Goolwa to design and create colourful flags
and banners to be used in local celebrations. The flags and
banners will become artistic signature pieces for local events.
Community
capacity
building
14,560
Off the Couch contemporary music program will undertake a
musical symposium for young musicians and sound
enthusiasts covering composition, creation, business and
promotion open to aged 16 to 26 years of age from the
Goolwa community.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
8,030
Through a series of printmaking workshops established
printmaker, Donna Legovini will explore participants current
skills and engage them in new and innovative techniques
culminating in a community exhibition.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
1,700
Aerosol artist Seb Humphreys, in conjunction with D'faces of
youth arts, will mentor young Whyalla artists to design and
create a contemporary public art mural.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
8,918
The Arid 2012 workshops will bring together artists and
community members to develop skills in basket-weaving, hatmaking and mosaics, celebrating the natural environment of
the arid lands and the conservation of flora and fauna.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
2,240
South Australia
Arid 2012 –
Workshops
South Australia
3,220
14,325
1,000
5
Drumming in
Overdrive at
Oysterfest
Drum making and percussion workshops will engage young
people and result in a short performance opportunity at
Oysterfest 2012.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
2,855
Inspire, Yalata Youth Music Project will engage young
Aboriginal people in music skills, providing opportunities for
future employment and encouraging participation in broader
community life.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
13,894
Lesley Gentilin from Port Lincoln will travel to Adelaide to
undertake a unique 12 month professional development
opportunity in voice and piano.
Artist
professional
development
4,440
The Roxby Festival provides the culturally diverse community
with the opportunity to engage in a week of workshops with
kneeHIGH puppeteers. The skills development opportunity
will result in community participants creating and fabricating
large scale puppet figures and other works for involvement in
the Festival celebrations.
Community
capacity
building
Arabunna man, Reg Dodd will work with writer Malcolm
McKinnon to develop the telling of diverse stories about life at
Finniss Springs Aboriginal Mission and the continuing legacies
for many Aboriginal people and the broader community.
Artist
professional
development
6,500
Through a workshop process musicians living in the Upper
Spencer Gulf will have an opportunity to learn from and be
inspired by experienced musicians from the Elder
Conservatorium, University of Adelaide.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
3,860
The Central Reggae project has been designed to build
creative capacity and promote skills development through
music for young Aboriginal men from the very remote area of
Fregon.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
3,356
Artist Rosa Hillam will undertake professional development
through an intensive drawing mentorship under the guidance
of portraiture and life drawing artist Yvonne East.
Artist
professional
development
3,480
Local women, working both on and off farm, from the Bowhill
and Karoonda area, will participate in a two day photography
workshop exploring ways to express themselves, celebrate
local life, and to find beauty within the harsh environment in
which they live.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
2,376
South Australia
Inspire - Yalata Youth
Music Project
South Australia
Voice and Piano
Mentorship
South Australia
Roxby World Food
and Music Festival
South Australia
Stories from Finniss
Springs
South Australia
A Long Sunday
Afternoon Lunch in
the Barracks with the
Elder
Conservatorium
15,000
South Australia
Central Reggae
South Australia
Mentorship with
Yvonne East
South Australia
Exploring OUR world
through
photography
South Australia
6
'In the Dark': a
theatrical
experiment
South Australia
Loxton Light Up Day
South Australia
Elfynne Project
South Australia
Horsing Around
South Australia
Entrance Sculpture
Project for Port
Macdonnell
'In the Dark' is a theatrical experiment created by Riverland's
young people which explores actual and metaphorical
darkness, fear, resilience and the unknown. The production
will engage youth between the ages of 14-19 years in creative
development leading to a performance that truly expresses
the diversity of young people on the Riverland.
Community
capacity
building
15,000
Lantern artist Paula Gallagher will run workshops in creating
illuminated paper lanterns with the community that will
culminate in a community event as part of Loxton Light Up
Day.
Community
capacity
building
1,653
The Elfynne Dance Theatre work written by Jan Cerlienco,
choreographed by Rebecca Bainger and music composed by
Barry Lake will develop a performance involving dance, music
and theatre involving dance students from the Riverland and
the Fleurieu Peninsula at the Fringe Festival 2013.
Community
capacity
building
4,000
Artists Evelyn Roth and Anne Miles will conduct workshops
with community members to design and create an interactive
wall piece depicting the history and culture of 130 years of
horse racing in Mount Gambier.
Community
capacity
building
4,403
An Entrance Sculpture will be designed and constructed by
school students, local industry and community members
under the guidance of Mount Gambier sculptor/teacher Ivo
Tadic.
Community
capacity
building
17,000
INFORM Regional Access and Traditional Craft skills workshops
will support the professional development of creative
practitioners through forums and workshops in communities
in regional & remote South Australia (over two years) of the 3
year program. INFORM will build practitioner skills and
capacity and assist marketing, public presentation, web and
social media, public art process. The program will also offer
traditional craft skills workshops involving practitioners from
culturally & linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Community
capacity
building
40,000
U Turn is a script writing/drama production development
program that will involve young people in the Lower North
region. The resulting production will develop a script and
performance about road safety in an around the Clare Valley.
The project will be focused on a narrative response to road
safety issues and concerns associated with driving in rural
areas.
Community
capacity
building
24,300
South Australia
INFORM Regional
Access
South Australia
U-Turn
South Australia
7
VICTORIA
Wisdom of the
Elders
An intergenerational project between Indigenous elders and
young people using digital media to develop and record
meaningful stories of their lives.
Community
capacity
building
8,800
A collaborative sculpture/traditional Aboriginal painted series
of molded leather bags (baby, child, mother and father) telling
the stories of the stolen generation and to be exhibited across
venues in the Wimmera and Grampians.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
7,220
Support to conduct the first Australian Steelband Festival,
involving five community steelbands from Brisbane, Sydney,
Cairns, Sunshine Coast, Auckland and three from Victoria
(Marysville and Triangle bushfire areas).
Project
development
15,000
Six metal clay workshops, focusing on wildlife culminating in
an exhibition to raise awareness and promote discussion
partiularly in lieu of the 2009 bushfires.
Community
capacity
building
Project management for major assembly and surface finishing
of the blacksmiths' tree, design and management of the site in
Strathewen where it will stand.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
15,000
A series of workshops with young people with the aim of
creating a video architecture, music and puppet show. This
show will be launched at INTO THE LIGHT2 or in the lead up to
this event.
Community
capacity
building
14,500
Victoria
Bag Snatcher
Victoria
First Australian
Steelband Festival,
Marysville 2013
Victoria
Recognising Our
Wildlife
5,000
Victoria
The Tree Project:
Stage 7 major
Assembly &
Finishing/ Stage 8:
Site Design
Victoria
Whittlesea Youth
Video, Music &
Puppet Art Project
Victoria
Inside/Out
Project
development
Victoria
Inside/Out is a site specific performance project working with
people with a disability exploring movement, sound and light
encountering space through the senses.
15,000
ProjeX Youth
Workshops &
Events
ProjeX Youth Workshops and Events will deliver free
workshops in hip-hop, break dancing, parkour and song writing
to young people aged between 12-25 years old.
Community
capacity
building
5,000
To document and research the Italian dialects of first
generation Italian immigrants and subsequent generations to
create a multimedia sound, film and drawing installation.
Community
capacity
building
5,000
Victoria
Mother Tongue
Victoria
8
POPP Public
Outdoor Ping Pong
The purchase and installation of the public sector outdoor ping
pong table, which will become a piece of public art after youth
workshops with Mildura-based artists.
Project
development
4,915
'Feed' is a theatrical adaptation of M.T Anderson's critically
acclaimed novel, using advanced digital projection
technologies to imaginatively bring its dystopian future-world
to the stage.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
11,475
Hidden features local and regional artists in a vibrant exhibition
which spans the entire township of Swan Hill, turning the retail
centre into a series of secret, experiential art galleries.
Community
capacity
building
A festival of Eastern European music, based in Malmsbury,
incoprorating a lead-in workshop program in schools,
community workshops lead by leading musicians, ensemble
performance and dance.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
13,400
An exciting youth arts program of workshops & performances
in DANCE (Bboy-Girl/Rap/Hip-Hop/Jazz/
Funk/Contemporary/World) and MUSIC (MC/Rapping,
Percussion, band jamming & recording).
Community
capacity
building
14,980
Theatre Kimberley will develop the delightful story 'Staircase to
the Moon' (published by Magabala Books and written by
Indigenous author Bronwyn Houston) into a musical play for
children by running puppetry, dance and voice workshops. The
final production will be performed as part of the opening
season of the newly refurbished Civic Centre Broome.
Community
capacity
building
25,000
Northern Editions Print Studio will deliver a week long
copperplate etching and Japanese woodblock print skill
development workshop with senior printmakers and male
wood carvers from the remote communities of Balgo, Mulan
and Billiluna. The workshop will lead to the production of a
collectable limited editions boxed print suite.
Artist
professional
development
15,207
Inspirational Community Arts Network will utilise the skills of
old, local fishermen to demonstrate, record and document the
techniques of making stickies (beehive craypots). This
knowledge will be the catalyst for a series of
weaving/sculptural workshops, using a variety of materials that
explore and represent a contemporary artistic interpretation of
our crayfishing heritage.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
12,000
Victoria
Feed
Victoria
Hidden
Victoria
The Zingaro Music
Festival
Victoria
Up beat Youth Fest
Victoria
5,300
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Staircase to the
Moon
Western Australia
Old and New Print
Directions
Western Australia
Contemporary Old
Salts
Western Australia
9
Photographic
Workshopping in
Cervantes
Western Australia
South West Stories
Western Australia
Puppet Making:
The KalgoorlieBoulder Project
Western Australia
Artist in Residency
Western Australia
Riptide Mandurah
Project
Western Australia
Professional regional photographer Dean O’Callaghan will
provide professional tutoring for photographic enthusiasts
from Cervantes and the surrounding farming communities. He
will impart knowledge and experience otherwise unavailable in
the region for photography enthusiasts and foster entry of
works in the annual Festival of Arts and in the Photographic
Register of Cervantes Residents 2013.
Small cultural
projects
4,750
Fifteen visual artists will be invited to interpret historical
stories of people and events that have informed the
development of the character of the South West region. Site
specific ephemeral works will feature strongly in this project
that will result in public installations, a gallery exhibition and a
small publication.
Artist
professional
development
16,000
Artist and puppeteer, Theresa O'Connor will be the artist in
residence for the Puppet Making project. Theresa will support
a group of 12 participants sourced through the YMCA's Build in
Hope program to undertake two weeks of wooden puppet
making followed by live performances and an exhibition at the
Boulder Town Hall.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
10,000
The Spinifex Arts Project will collaborate with sculptor Ange
Leech for an artist in residency in October 2012 in the remote
community Tjuntjuntjara. The aim is to bring together
elements of current wood craft practice with introduced design
and technique from a practicing Western artist. This is a second
and major residency involving elders, youth and school-aged
children that aims to build sustainable arts practices.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
15,000
Mandurah Performing Arts Centre will collaborate with local
artists and Perth director and choreographer Danielle Micich to
develop skills and a performance opportunity for Mandurah's
young people working in dance, drama and film.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
15,000
Held in vineyards, community halls and artist's studios,
ARTENTWINE aims to engage with residents of the West Tamar
through art, created and inspired by the landscape, culture and
community of this region. In partnership with local businesses,
artists and the community, a narrative of the community's
heritage and culture will be celebrated.
Community
capacity
building
TASMANIA
ARTENTWINE:
Threads of the
West Tamar Valley
Tasmania
9,880
10
Highland Tartans
and a Singing
Bridge at Windows
on Deloraine
Tasmania
2012 Regional Arts
Australia
Conference,
Goolwa
Arts Deloraine's local art/business alliance will showcase their
artworks at the Tasmanian Craft Fair in shop windows,
rooftops and verandas in Emu Bay Rd Deloraine. Funds will
contribute to the artistic director's fee for the event and 2
community projects across the Meander Valley municipality:
Highland Tartans, a curated textile exhibition and A Singing
Bridge. Local artists and 7 primary schools will create sound
elements across the Meander River at Deloraine.
Community
capacity
building
8,265
Danielle Rodgers is involved with community arts projects in
Sheffield, in Tasmania's 'Town of Murals' and this grant will
enable her to attend the RAA Conference in Goolwa - to
further her skills and knowledge as an artsworker and to visit
the Jamestown Mural Fest Committee in Jamestown, SA.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
1,466
Tasmania
Hungry For You
Tasmania
Teaching Artist in
Residence
Programme (TARP)
Tasmania
Community
workshops and
participation in
'Firesong' opening
event procession
An in-theatre work to be performed by Extended Play
Projects in the Peacock Theatre, Hobart, in December
2012. It is an original, multi-disciplinary work that has
been the product of a five-year collaboration between six
professional Tasmanian artists. Target audience is young
adults (15) and adults. Grant will fund Melbourne based
artist Jessica Wilson as the director.
Project
development
8,000
Professional artists will provide arts workshops for
community participants through an in-studio Teaching
Artist program. Workshops will be provided in a range of
art forms including visual, digital, and performing arts.
The workshops target people living with disabilities or in
disadvantaged circumstances.
Artsworker/
community
skills
development
10,000
The 'Festival of Voices ' midwinter opening event,
'Firesong', is a large-scale community event held at
Salamanca Place, Hobart. The grant will fund
artsworkers' fees and workshop materials for young
people with disabilities to learn new skills and participate
in the performance.
Community
capacity
building
10,000
Support for Blue Cow Theatre Inc. for the design and
construction of tourable sets for the forthcoming
production of Simon's Final Sound by Finegan
Kruckemeyer, and marketable documentation of the
finished work.
Project
development
4,560
Invited by the 2012 Sydney Biennale, a team of
Tasmanian reviewers will spend a week immersed in the
international visual art world responding and reflecting
on their impression of this huge art event. In preparation
the writers will undertake a one day workshop in
Tasmania prior to heading to the Biennale. Funds will
assist with flights and accommodation.
Artist
professional
development
4,268
Tasmania
Simon's Final
Sound - tourable
design and
documentation
Tasmania
Tasmanian Writers
reviewing
international arts
at the Sydney
Biennale 2012
Tasmania
11
Blow it Up
Tasmania
Red Brigade vs
Blue Brigade
Tasmania
Flinders Island
Artists Professional
Development Phase 1
Tasmania
Exploring the Past
to Create New
Options for the
Future
Tasmania
Animated
Anthologies
Tasmania
Blow it Up aims to create three original inflatables enhancing the visual appeal of free outdoor music events
for young people in Hobart's northern suburbs and
surrounding regions. The project will involve a diverse
range of young people in all aspects of the design,
making and installation process.
Community
capacity
building
5,000
An all women's New Orleans style marching brass band.
For Junction 2012, members of the Red Brigade will
spend two artist in residencies in Launceston working
with several local brass bands and students of brass
instruments, in order to create two new large brass
bands: a hugely expanded Red Brigade and a new local
Blue Brigade. This two bands will stage a ten-part brass
band battle throughout the city during the festival. The
project is designed to increase the networking amongst
the state's brass players. Funds will support artist fees,
artist travel, and production costs.
Community
capacity
building
10,000
Phase 1 aims to provide advice/insight/assistance
necessary to bring the Islands artists to a higher level of
professionalism. Isolation limits access to many things
including outside creative ideas, art instruction,
networking opportunities, business development,
marketing opportunities and motivation. Funds will bring
an experienced art mentor to work with the artists - in
workshops and individually.
Community
capacity
building
5,000
Textile artist Tony Dyer will tutor textile and print/dyeing
enthusiasts at the Makers' Workshop in Burnie. It is
designed to enable participants to experience new skills
and enable greater awareness of desgin possibilites.
Funds will be used for artists fees, travel/accommodation
and some materials.
Community
capacity
building
2,450
Working with local residents with dementia at Eliza
Purton Aged Care Facility, this project will focus on
relationship building and story sharing. Funding will be
used to employ regional Tasmanian puppetry artists Beth
McMahon and Michael Bevitt, and artsworker Chris
Mead and Stephanie Finn from Creature Tales.
Project
development
4,954
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140th Anniversary
Gala Concert /
Debut
Commissioned
Work
Tasmania
Mentorship with
Raymond Arnold
Tasmania
Oatlands - History
and the Senses
Tasmania
To commemorate 140 years continuous service, the
Latrobe Federal Band will perform a reunion Gala
Concert on the 10th November, 2012 at the Latrobe
Memorial Hall. The concert will feature past and present
senior and junior band members. Funding will assist
comissioning composer Graham Lloyd with travel costs
to engage Musical Director of the Latrobe Federal Band,
Vivian Martin.
Small cultural
project
2,280
Nadia Murphy will be given the opportunity to be
mentored by printmaker – Raymond Arnold. The
mentorship will include: 1) technical training 2) travel to
Melbourne 3) exhibiting new work created. Funds will be
used to pay Raymond for his time and expertise and for
travel and accommodation.
Artist
professional
development
4,779
'Oatlands - History and the Senses' is a project designed
to explore the undercurrents of regional life in the
Southern Midlands. This project will benefit residents of
both the Southern Midlands region and the Cygnet
region by enabling creative dialogue on aspects of postcolonial landscape.
Small cultural
project
3,440
TOTAL NATIONAL FUNDING
910,633
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