Bus Projects call for proposals
Monday 22 October 2018
Bus Projects is now calling for proposals for their June – December 2019 program. Applications are open until midnight on Monday 12 November.
Bus Projects welcomes applications from artists, collectives, collaborators, writers and curators at all career levels. Proposals can be for exhibitions, events, workshops, performances, as well as publishing and ephemeral projects. Bus Projects favours applications involving the creation of new works that are experimental, critical, and/or interdisciplinary in nature. People of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are encouraged to apply.
About Bus Projects
Bus Projects is an Artist-Run organisation dedicated to supporting the critical, conceptual and cross-disciplinary practices of Australian artists, writers and curators. Bus's programs exist within a dual context: as a physical space housed within a former mid-century English paint factory; and as part of the culturally diverse community of Collingwood, part of the Kulin nations and land of the Wurundjeri people. From this complex position, they produce exhibitions, performances, screenings, workshops, forums, research and publishing. These programs are driven by an artist-centered philosophy that gives primacy to artists decision-making and recognises the need to support the process and presentation of creative works. As such, Bus work's closely with artists throughout the life cycle of their projects, providing curatorial and technical support.