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Opens - Monday 2nd August 2021
Closes - Friday 31th December 2021
Artists around Australia are warmly invited to participate in the Learning from Others for Others Online Visibility & Collection Project. The project aims to showcase and share the array and abundance of knowledge that informs and innovates contemporary arts and the community of practice throughout Australia.
Learning from Others for Others invites you to submit a pivotal learning with accompanying image, encouraging creatives and collaborators whose performing arts practices and works-
embrace diversity and inclusion
integrate or embed the creativity and aesthetics of access
The collection will be accessibly showcased as part of the Learning from Others for Others free public webinar and online gallery resource that will be launched in March 2022.
First Peoples, disabled, D/deaf and neurodiverse; regional and remote artists are encouraged to submit.
All submitting artists, organisations and companies will receive a digital copy of the collection, an invitation to the webinar and future promotional support to host their own Learning from Others for Others networking event in their local or virtual neighbourhood.
Please provide an image of your work.
Include a short visual description of the image (up to 50 words).
Include a short statement about how the image represents a key Learning from Others for Others.
Consent and acknowledgement details.
The image needs to be supplied in JPG or PNG format, no less than 1MB and no more than 3MB in size.
Submission can be made via the following options:
Email and/or send completed word doc form and image to: email@example.com
Contact Rachel for access, submission & general enquiries:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 0438 000 378
Important information for consent and release:
Please note that by submitting an image and text you provide consent for Regional Arts Australia Fellow Samara Cunningham to reproduce the image without alteration and with full credits, for the project's content and marketing purposes on various platforms such as website, social media, webinar presentation and online gallery. The applicant holds the responsibility of copyright and talent clearances.