Artsbridge 2018 (Round Three)
The expert peers have recommended that eight projects be supported with funds of $19 623 in this round.
The funding recommendations were made by expert peers drawn from the Cultural and Creative Industries Expert Register.
Feedback from the expert peers
The peers provided the following feedback for current and future applicants:
- The peers noted that applications that included a clear articulation of both the proposed outputs and outcomes were more competitive in this round.
- Applications relating to international opportunities were significantly strengthened by evidence of confirmation from the organisation facilitating the proposed opportunity.
- Applicants were strongly encouraged to read the program guidelines carefully and contact Arts Tasmania to discuss their activity before making a submission.
- The peers emphasised the importance of providing letters of support that directly relate to the proposed activity.
The following artists and organisations received funding through Arts Tasmania’s Artsbridge program.
Andrew Hutson - $1 620 towards exhibiting in rural Victoria.
Donna Ritchie - $3 000 towards attending a workshop in Ravenna.
Isabella Foster - $2 987 towards attending the 8th Graduate Cultural Studies Conference at Universidade Católica Portuguesa and the 2019 Maumaus Independent Study Programme.
Kate Gordon - $581 towards attending a conference in Sydney.
Luke Conroy - $2 535 towards a residency in Berlin.
Paul Snell - $3 000 towards an exhibition and residency at The Hague.
Roberto Di Martino - $3 000 towards a residency in Rome.
Van Diemen’s Band - $2 900 towards bringing international performers to Tasmania.
The full list of peers that participated in the assessment of round three (incorporating the Arts Tasmania Claudio Alcorso International Residency, Artsbridge, the Aboriginal Arts Program, the Cultural Heritage Program, the Cultural Heritage Program (multi-year), Education Residencies, the FIND Contemporary Jewellery Collective Bursary, low-interest loans, the Lynne Stacpoole Caring for Your Collection Bursary, the Northern Tasmania Arts Organisations Initiative, Roving Curators, Tasmanian Residencies and Youth Arts Organisations) will be listed here in mid-December 2018.