Digital Culture Fund
WHAT IS IT?
This initiative supports artistic projects exploring liveness, connectivity and participation made possible with new digital platforms.
WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
We encourage proposals for innovative digital culture projects with:
- Artists and audiences co-creating new forms of live experience
- Experimentation across platforms and to engage diverse communities with creative practice
- Inventive strategies for live collaboration, presentation and distribution of artwork.
We invite proposals from artists who are experienced working with digital technology, who may work with visual, sound, performance, literary or interdisciplinary arts, artistic games or transmedia experiences. Applicants can be unknown, emerging or established makers, applying as an individual or a collective.
Your project timeline may include research and/or creative development, but must include a public presentation of new work in 2011. You can apply for up to $40,000 from the Digital Culture Fund. Securing co-funding and establishing partnerships to make your project viable would be an advantage.
HOW DO I APPLY?
This program is now being run through the InterArts team as part of the ‘Arts content for the digital era’ strategy.
Contact Inter-Arts staff to discuss your proposal ideas.
Applications close: Monday 22 November
Projects may start: March 2011
Projects must end before 31 December 2011
Successful projects from the 2009/2010 pilot round can be viewed here.