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Opportunities for Artists

Find out about opportunities for more growth and more success in your arts career.

Feast & Writers SA Short Story Competition

Feast Festival & Writers SA

Feast Festival is thrilled to be working with Writers SA to present the 2022 Feast Short Story Competition, to celebrate the creative work of queer writers in South Australia....

Date posted: 6 October 2022

A photograph of two young people sitting next to each other, one on a laptop and one holding a cup of tea and reading a book.

EOI Wanted for ‘The Exquisite Familiar’

Access2Arts

We are excited to announce that we are looking for disabled artists for our upcoming collaborative art project, ‘The Exquisite Familiar’. We are looking for ten disabled visual artists...

Date posted: 27 September 2022

On a turquoise-green background and a pink circle is a black and white image of collaged sections of drawings. These include a horse head and neck at the top, a buttoned-up jacket and torso in the middle, and the many tentacles of an octopus on the bottom. On top of this collage is a white box containing the black text

Sync Australia Leadership Program

Sync Leadership & Access Arts

Applications are now open for the 2022 Online Program! Are you an emerging or established arts leader with disability or who is d/Deaf and looking to advance your leadership...

Date posted: 8 September 2022

CALL FOR ARTISTS: CONTEMPORARY VENICE 2022 – 11th Edition

ITSLIQUID Group

CALL FOR ARTISTS: CONTEMPORARY VENICE 2022 – 11th Edition ITSLIQUID International Art Fair Venice | October 20 – November 10, 2022 Deadline: September 25, 2022 ITSLIQUID Group, in collaboration...

Date posted: 6 September 2022

Artist EOI for Botanica: Contemporary Art Outside

Brisbane City Council & Museum of Brisbane

Presented by Brisbane City Council and produced by Museum of Brisbane, Botanica is Queensland’s premier outdoor exhibition of site-specific contemporary artwork, taking place in Brisbane’s City Botanic Gardens. Featuring...

Date posted: 1 September 2022

A sculpture depicting the Storey Bridge covered in blue neon lights sits submerged in a lily pond at night time.