NSW Aboriginal Curator Placement Fellowship with the Art Gallery of NSW
Arts and Cultural Funding Program 2020/21
Applications for the NSW Aboriginal Curator Placement Fellowship are open.
The information on this page is a guide only. We recommend reading the full guidelines before completing your application.
Download the NSW Aboriginal Curator Placement Fellowship guidelines.
Last updated 22 January 2021.
To apply for funding you will need to complete and submit the relevant application form through our secure online grants system, SmartyGrants.
Applications open: Friday 22 January 2021
Applications close: Extended to Monday 15 March 2021 at 5:00 PM AEDT
If you are an applicant with disability, and you require this information in a format which is accessible to you, or if you require this information in another language, you can contact us on the details below between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday.
Create NSW staff are available to provide information to potential applicants on interpretation of these Guidelines, including types of projects eligible for funding and advice on the online application process. Staff cannot help directly with your application. To maintain a fair and equitable process, staff are unable to edit or correct any applications.
The National Relay service numbers are:
TTY users: Phone 133 677 then ask for (02) 8289 6520
Speak and Listen users: Phone 1300 555 727 then ask for (02) 8289 6520
Internet Relay users: Connect to NES then ask for (02) 8289 6520
NSW Aboriginal Curator Placement (Early Career) is a fellowship program in partnership with Create NSW, the Art Gallery of NSW will provide an opportunity for two early career Aboriginal visual arts curators to work closely with the Art Gallery of NSW to deliver exhibition outcomes and receive support and professional mentorship provided by Art Gallery of NSW’s Manager, Touring Exhibitions and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Curatorial Team.
The successful applicant’s will each be awarded $30,000 to undertake a placement at the Art Gallery of NSW to deliver two key curatorial and regional engagement projects beginning April 1 2021, on a part-time basis.
The Fellowship is only open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who live and work in New South Wales, with the aim of supporting an early career visual arts curator.
What support is available to me?
Resources are available to assist you with your funding application.
We also recommend that you sign up to the Create NSW e-News to stay informed of updates via our website.
You can also contact the Arts Funding and Development team directly.