BRUNY20 provides opportunities for Australian artists to develop their practice in a supportive location, conducive to exploring universal environmental themes.
In 2020 three fellowships will be awarded, each valued at $25,000, including cash in the amount of $16,600 and accommodation on Bruny Island for the fieldwork component of the fellowship to the value of $8,400.
The fellowship is open to all artists, including visual artists, musicians, writers, performers, filmmakers, new media and multi-disciplinary artists.
Each of the three artists selected will receive four weeks of accommodation on Bruny Island between June and August 2020 for the purpose of commencing a new body of work around universal environmental themes. Following this research and fieldwork stage, there will be an exhibition and/or performance of each of the artists’ new work, to be shown at BRUNY20 events in December 2020.
Cost: $40 application fee.
Applications close: Thursday 31 October 2019.
For further information, including what is required to be submitted with your application, please visit Bruny Island Foundation for the Arts.