17 January 2012
Opportunity: Broadband Arts Initiative
The Australia Council invites expressions of interest from artists, groups and organisations for ambitious arts projects which showcase the cultural potential of the National Broadband Network. Expressions of interest for the Broadband Arts Initiative are due to the Australia Council by 15 February 2012. Funding of up to $100,000 is available for individual projects - the total funding pool for the initiative is $300,000.
Invited applications will be assessed and decisions advised in April, and funded projects can start in May 2012. The project can involve significant artistic and technical research over a year, but should result in an outstanding art outcome for the public before June 2013.
For full details, see the application guidelines and selection criteria.
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