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This Is Me Exhibition - Opportunity for Women Artists, Arts Curator, and Curatorial Intern

Expression of Interests (EOI)

NOTE: You must read the Role Information document before submitting an expression of interest

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Opportunity

An exciting opportunity for WJJWJ women artists and First Nations curators has emerged through a partnership between Horsham Regional Art Gallery (HRAG) and Barengi Gadjin Land Council (BGLC)


ABOUT the Project

The This Is Me Exhibition Project is a pilot exhibition project in partnership with the Horsham Regional Art Gallery that celebrates the creative achievements of WJJWJ Women artists in an exhibition at HRAG between March – May 2024.

Provisionally titled This is me, the Exhibition will be created in direct response to the National Gallery of Australia’s Know My Name, a travelling all women’s art exhibition that HRAG will be hosting in early 2024.

The This is me exhibition will highlight the work of 11 established/practicing artists from the Wotjobaluk Nation in the Mack Jost Gallery space on Level 1 of HRAG.

Artists can be living on or off Country.

Each Artist will enter into a license agreement directly with the Gallery and be paid a fee for the use of their work.

A First Nations Curator and WJJWJ Curatorial Intern will be engaged by BGLC to advise and assist with the development of this exhibition directly with the Gallery.

This is me exhibition will have a high-profile launch event outcome during International Women’s Day hosted at the Horsham Town Hall and Gallery.

BGLC will partner with HRAG to facilitate the WJJWJ Artists and families to attend and participate in associated events.


AIMS:

This is me Exhibition – is a pilot project that aims to create opportunities for localised First Nation artist responses to visiting Art exhibitions that HRAG is presenting within its program.

It also aims to create direct relationships between the Artists and the Gallery while also investing in relationships with experienced and emerging First Nations Curators.


Funding:

This exciting project is funded The Australian Government’s Regional Arts Fund, which is provided through Regional Arts Australia, administered in Victoria by Regional Arts Victoria.


Expression Of Interest (EOI) and Information ATTACHED.

See attached Role Information.

The links below are just for online application.


Please see attached the information and application for:

Information on the Arts Curator role is explained in this attachment:

1. Curator EOI This is me Info HRAG exhibition
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Online Survey Monkey Submission Form Link:




Information on the Curatorial Intern role is explained in this attachment:

2. Intern Curator EOI This is me Info
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Information on the Women Artist Call Out is explained in this attachment:

3. Artwork EOI Call Out This Is Me Info
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Horsham Rural Art Gallery Information about the Know My Name Exhibition:

4. Know My Name HRAG Exhibition Project Summary and images - 2024
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:

People Place and Culture Engagement Team

Jillian Pearce

Arts Liaison Officer,

E | jilllian.pearce@bglc.com.au

M | 0423 382 858

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