BigCi Environmental Awards

Website: https://bigci.org/new-news/

Australian and International Artists from various fields – visual art, installation, multimedia, performance, literature, music, photography, film making, curating – are invited to submit entries for the BigCi Environmental Awards 2017. The two winning artists will each receive 4 free weeks of BigCi residency and AUD$2,000 (approx. £1,226) spending money. In addition to that, up to AUD$2,000 ARTFLIGHT travel subsidy will be shared between the two winners. Submissions must show how the artist will respond to the environment around BigCi. BigCi is located 1.5 hours drive from Sydney, Australia, on the edge of the Wollemi National Park in the Greater Blue Mountains.

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Expires: April 1, 2017


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