Calling All Artists!

Australia has become a breeding ground for up-and-coming contemporary artists and at the moment there are some opportunities available to get some great exposure for your work.


All artists – established and emerging – are invited to submit their work to an interactive exhibition held over four days (from 6 – 9 May, 2010) during Rosemount Australian Fashion Week.

The show will be held in MCM House in the Sydney suburb of Waterloo and is being presented by designer Charles Hinckfuss of Chuck&Bob and Daimon Downey, who have devised a “huge media campaign to attract an influential and art buying crowd” to the show. Ideal.

All sizes and mediums will be considered for inclusion.
Works are limited to 3 per artist and must be made available for purchase.

All applications must be in by 5pm, 25th April via an online application at

CURVY 2010

With a spotlight on female artists, CURVY is an annual book and exhibition series that presents a selection of the most exciting female graphic artists and illustrators from around the world. This is international exposure opportunity for the ladies, so get on board.

Submissions for 2010 are still open so if you are a female artist send your work to: .

The final artist list will be announced April 23rd.


Artspace in partnership with Arts NSW and Canada Council for the Arts are inviting visual artists from New South Wales to apply for a new international residency.

This brand new initiative will offer one artist a fully funded three-month residency at the Darling Foundry in Montreal, Canada from October – December 2010.

Comprising artist workspaces, residency studios, technical workshops and gallery spaces, the Darling Foundry provides various opportunities for research, creation, production, and exhibition.

The successful applicant will be provided with a return airfare to Montréal, residential studio accommodation within the Darling Foundry, a living allowance and support towards production costs.

Applications are invited from professional visual artists resident in New South Wales and working in any medium.

Applications are due on Tuesday 18 May, 5pm.

For more information visit the ARTSPACE website


Circus – the multimedia provider for Melbourne’s Federation Square, is seeking video artworks for a new weekly feature on local artists to go up on the Big screen and Atrium screen at the Square.

Enquiring artists can contact Circus by email: