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Calling all unrepresented artists!

Artbank Roadshow comes to the IMA

5 March 2020

Each year, Artbank staff travel to each state to meet with unrepresented artists to view, and potentially acquire their work for the Artbank Collection. The IMA is excited to host the South East Queensland stop on the 2020 Artbank Roadshow, Friday 3 April. We are pleased to announce that one successful artist from the Roadshow will be awarded a solo exhibition at IMA Belltower.

Artists are invited to apply by submitting up to 10 new or existing works for consideration via the online portal. Shortlisted artists will meet with the Artbank team to discuss their practice. One successful artist selected for acquisition will be awarded the exhibition opportunity.

The successful applicant will receive an artist fee and support from IMA staff to develop and present their work at IMA Belltower, a space dedicated to Queensland art.

Applications are due Sunday 22 March. Apply here: http://artbank.gov.au/roadshow/

Key dates:
Applications due: 22 March
Artbank at the IMA: 3 April
IMA Belltower exhibition: between July–November (dates to be agreed)

For enquiries please contact: Warraba Weatherall, IMA Offsite Project Coordinator at warraba@ima.org.au.

 

About Artbank:
Artbank is one of the largest collections of contemporary Australian art in the world and includes some of the best examples of Indigenous and non-Indigenous artwork produced over the past four decades. With over 10,000 artworks across media and reflecting the cultural and gender diversity or artists practising around Australia, Artbank is one of the most representative of all the state and federal collections held on behalf of the Australian public. Artbank also boasts the fastest growing collection of digital/media based artwork in the country.

Sebastian Moody, 'Seeing', 2019, installation view, IMA Belltower. Photo: Louis Lim.

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