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Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM)

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

The Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM), to be held from 22-26 February 2010 at the Adelaide Festival Centre in Adelaide, is now accepting applications from Australian artists and companies to take part in the Spotlight live showcase program and the Searchlight pitch sessions program. Applications close on 14 August 2009.

APAM brings together more than 400 of the most important performing arts presenters and producers from around Australia and overseas and is a unique networking opportunity for artists, companies, performers, agents, government and cultural organisations.

The APAM information and registration brochure is now online:

http://www.performingartsmarket.com.au/

Bio Tech Workshop

Saturday, March 7th, 2009

As a part of the Biotech Art  Revisited Project (9 April - 2 May) the Experimental Art Foundation has organized a workshop titled Vital micro-ecologies: splice, dice, duplicate. The workshop, led by the South Australian biotech artist Niki Sperou and hosted by the Department of Medical Biotechnology at Flinders University, will serve as a theoretical and practical introduction in the creation of biotech art.

applying Applications are now invited from artists interested in participating. In an email addressed to [email protected] with the subject line Biotech Art Workshop, tell us in no more than 200 words why you want to attend the workshop & what you hope to get from it etc. Also send a 1 page CV.

Application deadline is Thursday 12th March c.o.b

location & costs Participation in the workshop is free but places are limited. The EAF is not able to provide assistance for travel or accommodation. Participants will need to travel to Flinders University, Sturt Rd, Bedford Park. Buses leave regularly from the CBD and the trip takes approximately 30 minutes.

Arts SA funding information sessions

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

Arts SA Independent Makers and Presenters program Grant funding information sessions.

The following grant categories are offered through Arts SA’s Independent makers and presenters (IMP) program: * Professional development  * Project grants
* Artist in residence     * Fellowship
* Triennial project grants   * Major Commissions

If you, or your group, are considering an application to the above funding categories we recommend you attend an Arts SA grants information session. These sessions are an opportunity to hear practical advice on which program best suits your project and how to prepare an application. Each session will focus on a specific artform and arts practice, but general information applies regardless of your artform. If you are considering applying to Arts SA for a grant now, or in the future, you cannot afford to miss these sessions.

2009 information session dates:
Thursday 19 February 2009, 4 pm
Ausdance SA Studio
Level 3, The Atrium, Station Arcade, Adelaide
RSVP to Ausdance SA 8212 0825 or email [email protected]
Area of focus: Dance - practitioners from all artforms welcome

Monday 23 February 2009, 6.00 pm

Craftsouth
First floor, JamFactory building
Lion Arts Centre, 19 Morphett Street, Adelaide
RSVP to CraftSouth 8410 1822 or email [email protected]
Area of focus: Visual arts, craft and design - practitioners from all artforms welcome

Information regarding assessment criteria, eligibility and amounts on offer can be found in the 2009 Arts SA funding handbook and the relevant IMP artform guidelines at http://www.arts.sa.gov.au/