Kingston Arts presents opportunities for artists and community members to apply for events, programs and committees including a call for market stallholders, public art commissions, art grants, buskers, arts advisory committees, facilitators and creative residencies.
Calling Playwrights, Circus Performers, Choreographers and Creative Producers!
Do you have a play that you've just finished writing? Do you have a new script that's just waiting for an audience to appreciate it? Perhaps you're a dancer or a circus performer with a show that's ready to go.
If so, then apply to Gasworks Arts Park's Small Gems program.
Small Gems commissions independent works that are of professional quality and contemporary interest. Preference is given to work that's had a development period and/or comes from artists with a track record of high quality.
Apply now and tell us all about your new art work. Through Small Gems we promote and develop work that's right for small to medium sized venues in Melbourne and beyond. Small Gems facilitates tours so that audiences see your show. The program also offers access to rehearsal space, payment for performances, and marketing.
We work with four other performing arts venues to get Small Gems' applicants work in from cosmopolitan audiences. We work with Hobsons Bay City Council, Burrinja Cultural Centre, Kingston Arts Centre and The Melba Spiegeltent to get your works in front of appreciative people.
Applying couldn't be simpler. Our form is easy to fill in. The deadline is Tuesday 28th February 2017. - Applications have now closed and are currently being assessed.
Expressions of Interest for the Westall Hub Public Art Project are now closed. This is an exciting commission opportunity for a new site-specific and permanent public artwork that involves collaborating with the local community.
Concept Designs by Haskell Architects
Stallholder applications for Makers Market 2016 are now closed. This is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your wares to thousands of people.
Free space for your art to grow!
Kingston Arts' creative residency program offers free rehearsal space to performing artists developing new work.
Next round of applications (for residencies March-November 2016) will open November 2015 and close February 2016.