Applications are now open for young artists to apply for a share of $50,000 in Project and Development Grants.
This funding is made available for artists aged 26 and under to develop creative projects with a tangible outcome and to pursue exciting career development opportunities.
Visual artist and grant recipient Kara Growden, 24, was granted funds to develop and refine her handcrafted skills in paper art techniques at the Awagami Factory 30th Handmade Papermaking Workshop in Tokushima, Japan.
Kara will explore traditional Japanese papermaking methods and techniques to inspire the creation of new works on her return to Adelaide.
Project and Development Grants give young artists like Kara the opportunity to explore rare experiences such as working overseas.
Carclew encourage all young artists to explore and develop their arts activity to a higher level. Whether it be dance, film, video or music, or creative writing, theatre, visual art or cross art form, a Project and Development Grant could be just what's needed!
If you're serious about this opportunity then book a consult now with our Funding Officer by phoning (08) 8267 5111.
Applications for the next round of Project and Development Grants close 5pm, 15 September, 2012.
To find out more head to http://carclew.com.au