Seeking Expressions of Interest – CLOSED Touring Exhibition Program

 

Expressions of Interest are now closed.

Regional ExhibitionART ON THE MOVE are inviting expressions of interest from artists, curators, and organisations to be a part of our 2023-2024 Touring Exhibition Program.
 

Touring an exhibition with ART ON THE MOVE offers opportunities for WA artists and curators to engage with new audiences, develop their practice and connect with unique people and places.

We aim to facilitate art experiences that are accessible, inclusive, empowering and equitable, that promote a sustainable and interconnected state-wide art sector and strong and vibrant communities

Each ART ON THE MOVE exhibition travels for up to 24 months, and receives a range of paid and in-kind support from ART ON THE MOVE for the duration of the tour.

To view the project requirements, and for information please view the application pack below.

Applicant Information – Touring Exhibition Program

Expressions of Interest have been extended, and now close on Thursday July 7 2022.

If you have any queries related to this brief, please contact Gemma Weston via exhibitions@artonthemove.art

Zoom Information Session
Now closed, access recording below.

Facilitated by Exhibition Touring Manager, Gemma Weston ART ON THE MOVE conducted an information session on Thursday May 26 via Zoom for artists, curators and organisations who were wanting to learn more about the 2023-2024 Exhibition Touring Program.

The session aimed to support prospective applicants with any questions and provide further insight into the ART ON THE MOVE touring program. Please view the video below.

Please view below an excerpt from a previous install manual. This will guide the level of detail desired for a competitive application.

Touring Exhibition Installation Manual – Example, Shaun Tan

Image Credit: Graham Miller: Playing the Man exhibition opening Goldfields Art Centre, 2021. Image courtesy Chuck Thomas.