Artsbridge – July 2019
The Artsbridge program supports:
- Individuals and groups to take up national or international activities
- Individuals, groups and Tasmanian organisations to bring arts professionals to Tasmania to conduct creative and/or professional development activities.
The Minister for the Arts has approved funding of $32 102 to ten new projects in this round.
Funding recommendations were made by expert peers drawn from the Cultural and Creative Industries Expert Register.
Adam Ouston - $6 000 towards Costume Australian Galleries and Theatres Tour 2019
Burnie Arts Council - $2 990 towards Mary Hark and the Art of Papermaking – Tasmanian Workshop 2020
Dexter Rosengrave - $2 660 towards attending Berlin Art Week in Germany and the ‘light | sensitive | material’ photography conference at University of West London
James Edwards - $ 2 900 towards a residency at the Foundation University, Dumaguete City, Philippines
Joel Fenton - $ 3 000 toward a Dance Theatre Professional Development Program in Sydney
Kathleen Melbourne - $ 2 600 towards bringing Indigenous performer/maker Kirk Page to Tasmania for workshops and Long table
Kim Jaeger - $3 000 towards participating in Vitalstatistix Hart’s Mill Residency & Vitalstatistix Adhocracy 2019
Michelle Boyde - $2 952 towards Hypnapod at Monash University
Scott Turnbull - $3 000 towards performing at ANTI festival Finland and SICK! Festival UK
Tullia Chung-Tilley - $3 000 towards attending City of Contemporary Dance Festival and The Stance Hong Kong
Feedback from the expert peers
The peers gave the following feedback to help current and future applicants:
- Discuss your application - even if you have previously applied for funding - with a member of Arts Tasmania’s Grants Team. Guidelines can change from round to round and it is important to make sure your information is up to date.
- Write in plain English and avoid unnecessary artform specific language or jargon.
- Proof read all parts of the application before submitting.
- Consider artist wages and fees as part of your budget.
- Make sure artistic support material is recent and relevant to your application.
- Letters of support should be targeted and specific to your application. A good letter of support should also show strong and genuine enthusiasm for your project.
- Clearly show how your project will benefit your practice or the wider community.
- Include accessible timelines that are clear, easy to read and that show all the activities in your project.
The following peers assessed in this round (incorporating Artsbridge, Individuals and Groups, Organisations, Organisations [multi-year] and low-interest loans):
- Allison Bell
- Angela Driver
- Dan Rooke
- Harry Edwards
- Jabra Latham
- Jami Bladel
- Jane Forrest
- Kate Gordon
- Kiri Morcombe
- Liam James
- Megan Dick
- Michelle Boyde
- Michelle Forbes
- Nathan Tucker
- Samantha Dennis
- Serena Rosevear
- Tania Walker
- Tracey Cockburn
- Wayne Hudson
There were also peers that participated in this assessment who wished to remain anonymous and their names have not been published.