Congratulations to the following UNSW Art & Design staff and alumni who have been successful in their applications for various 2014 Australia Council for the Arts grants.
Zanny Begg: Emerging and Experimental Arts, Experimental Arts Grants for Experimental artist / curatorial lab at The Secession, Vienna.
Gary Carsley: Visual Arts Section, New Work – Established for the production of new works for exhibition at confirmed museums in Germany and the United States.
Das Platforms Nick Garner & Robyn Stuart: Visual Arts Section, Artist Run Initiatives to invite 2 curators to edit an issue of Das Superpaper, and produce a third issue with an exhibition.
Alexander Davies: Arts Funding Division, Creative Australia Fellowships - established artists for collaborative research and development in the area of visual and sensory awareness and perception.
Phillip George: Visual Arts Section, New Work – Established for Writing the Landscape – mapping connections between landscape as biographical inscription
Prue Gibson: Visual Arts Section, New Work - Mid-Career for 'Plant sentience: aesthetics of care', an art book on bio art and the eco aesthetics of plants.
John Gillies: Visual Arts Section, New Work - Established for single channel video installations.
Josh Harle: Arts Funding Division, ECAP Residencies for working with archaeologists and Aboriginal communities to produce virtual tours of rock art sites.
Trent Jansen: Market Development Section, Visual Arts Travel Fund for attending the opening of 'Broached Retreat' at the Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art, Beijing.
George Poonkhin Khut: Visual Arts Section, New Work – Established to develop and document a new brainwave controlled artwork for the 2016 Vry Festival, South Africa.
Louise Mayhew: Visual Arts Section, New Work - Early Career for Australia's women only art collectives and collaborators in the new millennium.
Joni Taylor: Emerging and Experimental Arts, Experimental Arts Grants for The New Landscapes Institute to work on art/architecture collaborations exploring the TSR network.
UNSW National Institute for Experimental Arts: Visual Arts Section, IVP Invite Honor Harger to Sydney, Wollongong and Perth for symposiums and artists meetings.
Jennifer Biddle: Indigenous Experimental Art fund, DESART Inc. (in collaboration with Dr Biddle, Dr Stefanoff, Cicada Press and UNSW Galleries/NIEA) for ‘Same but Different III’.
Liz Day: Visual Arts Section, New Work - Mid-Career to develop and produce a photo projection using carbon nano tube technology for the Parramatta Female Factory.
Pia van Gelder with Lorna Monro, Merindah Donnelly, Kate Blackmore, Frances Barrett and Alison Murphy Oates: Emerging and Experimental Arts Section for the development and presentation of ‘Extreme Action 2015'.
Felicity Fenner: National Exhibition and Touring Support (NETS Australia) funds provided by the Australia Council to curate, present and tour an exhibition to regional galleries of international content, focussed on the nexus of art and technology. Exhibition ‘People Like Us’ will open at UNSW Galleries in September 2015.
Anna Lise De Lorenzo: Visual Arts Travel Fund - Travel to Milan for Salone Di Mobile. Presentation with The Other Hemisphere.
Sarah Spackman: Visual Arts Travel Fund - Travel to Milan for Salone Di Mobile. Presentation with The Other Hemisphere.