Asialink Arts has been working to strengthen Australia-Asia activities and expand strategic alliances with artists, arts organisations and institutions since 1991.
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Applications for 2019 are now open
Heather B Swann
I LET MY BODY FALL INTO A RHYTHM at BUoY Arts Center, Tokyo.
5 Questions with
A snapshot into the creative practice of the artists on Asialink Arts Creative Exchange in 2018.
Tulis Writing Exchange
Annee Lawrence will be at Ubud Readers and Writers Festival in October. Check out this film capturing Indonesian writer Dias Wuri's time in Australia.
MTalks: Asialink Arts Presents Hugh Davies
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Asialink Arts is central to Australia-Asia contemporary cultural engagement. Through a new initiative Global Project Space (GPS), it instigates collaborative and flexible partnerships, develops projects that produce new artistic works and deliver national and international outcomes for the Australian cultural sector. Fuelled by experimentation and driven by networks, we aim to be central to Australia-Asia creative engagement.
The purpose of our programs are to:
- Create, test and refine models of artistic collaboration that cross cultural and geographic boundaries.
- Reflect global contemporary creative practice
- Incubate and deliver large-scale commissions in the region
- Maintain and grow global partnerships and platforms
- Ensure complementary outreach and opportunities exist for national and international artists and art professionals
Asialink Arts is a key program of Asialink - a national organisation headquartered at The University of Melbourne and was established in 1991 to enable access, conversations and exchange to new international networks and cultural exchange for the Australian and Asian creative communities.
Global Project Space produces a suite of innovative projects that are reflective of the enduring relationships of Asialink Arts and our global arts Alumni. GPS projects reflect the globalised nature of contemporary creative practice, across art form and geographic boundaries, while promoting sustained cross-cultural dialogue.
For 2019 the opportunities offered are Exchanges and project-based Targeted Exchanges co-curated by Asialink Arts and the Asian-based Global Collaborator.
Global Collaborator Exchanges
Asialink Global Collaborators are a diverse group of arts organisations throughout the Asian region that partner with the Exchange Program.
Emerging Writer exchange
The Emerging Writer program is a three-month residency with one of GPS's global collaborators in the region. Supported by the Malcolm Robertson Foundation.
Taipei – Fremantle exchange (WA applicants only)
The exchange between Dept. of AIR, Taipei Culture Foundation, and the Fremantle Arts Centre enables the Australian and Taiwanese artist to meet each other in-country and introduce one another to networks, settings and opportunities.
Global Project Space aims to grow existing partnerships and develop co-production modalities through large-scale curated commissions in the region. Though committed partnerships and collaborations, the GPS Commissions aim to realise significant projects for Australian artists that engage new global audiences and test their boundaries of creative practice.