The Sainsbury Sculpture Grant provides financial support for emerging Australian artists and groups working in sculpture and/or installation to further their professional skills.
Applications must be submitted by the above closing date to NAVA PO 60, Potts Point, NSW, 1335.
To download The Sainsbury Sculpture Grant application form click here. The deadline for applications is 30 September 2013, applications postmarked on 30 September will also be accepted.
The Sainsbury Sculpture Grant was established in memory of Madeline Olive Taylor through her estate, to provide financial support for emerging Australian artists and groups working in sculpture and/or installation to further their professional skills.
According to Madeline Olive Taylorâ€™s wishes, selected recipients are to be provided with funds to undertake further study, residencies or professional development workshops either locally or internationally.
As part of your application you will need to upload the following support material:
The recipients will be chosen on the basis of their demonstrating:
The assessment panel will consist of two art industry professionals and a NAVA representative will chair the meeting. All applications that fulfil the conditions of entry will be put forward for assessment. The assessors will consider all applications against the selection criteria and give the applications a rating out of five. Up to four applicants will be selected as winners with at least half being female artists.
If you would like to discuss your application please contact NAVA on (02) 9368 1900 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are experiencing any difficulties completing the online application for this grant please call NAVAâ€™s General Manager on (02) 9368 1900 or email email@example.com