(our) Opportunities

We endeavour to resource and support our community by creating opportunities to extend their artistic practice through facilitated testing and experimenting with ideas in new mediums. Our education-based opportunities increase the participant's literacy to embed projections and digital interfaces into their existing practice, for both gallery and Public Art contexts. With the support of our partners we work together with contemporary artists toward various exhibiting outcomes, Masterclasses, Panel discussions, Artist talks, mentoring and Artist Residencies.

New Biennial Dance Festival | A CALL FOR DANCE FESTIVAL PROJECTS
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A new biennial dance festival 1—31 March 2023 is coming.

This will be the festival’s pilot year; an experiment.

Centre for Projection Art invites applications from artists and researchers whose interests intersect and incorporate movement-based practices with emerging digital technologies. We are interested in supporting expanded spaces where artists who are using body and gesture as material within their process discover new expressions, specifically in digital spaces. Within contemporary, interactive and performative contexts of new media, these projects seek to be in conversation within a broader language and framework of dance.

The festival will feature all kinds of dance projects: shows, talks, films, public programs, sharings, workshops, labs, dinners, publications, gatherings, installations — both in-person and digitally.

Centre for Projection Art, Masterclass in Projection Art 
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The aim of this program is to provide contemporary artists with a framework to develop their projects and practice that benefit from projections and create a space to test and experiment ideas with new media. The focus will be to create the participant's literacy to embed projections into their existing practice, for both gallery and Public Art contexts. At the conclusion of the Masterclass, each participant will have a deeper understanding of the medium and a facilitated space to create a proposal for a site-specific projection-based artwork that can be used in the future.

Centre for Projection Art's Masterclass in Projection Art has been generously supported by the City of MelbourneThe Meat MarketEPSON, and Lupa.

Centre for Projection Art, Artist-In-Residence Program
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Centre for Projection Art, Artist-In-Residence Program has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body the Australia Council; and, is supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria and the City of Yarra.

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