Apply to exhibit at The Bridge Projection Space
The Bridge Projection Space converts a disused, third-story walk bridge located at the Kingston City Hall into a dedicated space for projection art and short-film. The space gives artists the opportunity to present highly visible, three-channel projections to commuters passing along the Nepean Highway. The Bridge exhibits a playful and accessible program of works by established and emerging artists responding to the unique architectural features of the space.
Simon Grennan, The Swimmer, as presented at The Bridge, 2014.
Kingston Arts is currently seeking applications for video art, stop-motion, animation and short-films by solo or group artists and filmmakers. Please note: The Bridge is a silent space.
How to Apply
- Submissions welcome from artists at all career stages
- Submissions can be through any platform of video art (no sound) - animations, GIFs or short-film
- Free to exhibit
- Video length between 2 - 8min
- You do not need to live in the City of Kingston to apply
For more information, please contact the Visual Arts Coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org or (03) 9556 4462.
Examples of previous work
Tomislav Mikulić, The Eyes, three-channel projection, The Bridge, 2017.
Simon Grennan, Formica, three-channel projection, The Bridge, 2015.
More past projects can be viewed on our YouTube page.