The City of Greater Dandenong offers a range of opportunities for artists of all types living or working in the municipality. Whether emerging or professional there are many ways artists can be supported for work they create for our community.
The City of Greater Dandenong also provides opportunities for local community organisations with an arts, cultural development or heritage focus. We encourage the vital role they play in cultural richness of our community.
Opportunities for 2020 will be revealed soon.
Home is an exhibition for artists with an asylum seeker and refugee background. The project aims to recognise and nurture the talents of refugee and newly-arrived artists and provide them with opportunities to develop professional pathways in the creative arts sector.
The exhibition showcases artists as artists, rather than framing their art practice within the bounds of their refugee story. Their artwork may or may not speak about the refugee experience. Instead their works reflect their interests as artists.
Accepting entries: (Dates will be confirmed soon)
Are you an artist or an organisation wanted to stage an exhibition at Walker Street Gallery and Arts Centre in 2020? Proposals are now being sought.
Applications closed on Monday 28 October.
Short Cuts celebrates the arts, community life and creative storytelling, by providing an artistic platform for local community members, emerging artists and accomplished professionals to share their stories.
Walker Street Gallery's 9 by 5 Exhibition has become a nationally recognised event that celebrates diversity within the arts community. The exhibition, on display from 5 December to 21 December, will highlight works created by artists of all levels, experiences and styles on panels measuring nine by five inches. Artists and aspiring artists from around Australia are invited to tap into their creativity on 9 by 5 inch panels with all entries exhibited and available for sale.
Entries closed on Wednesday 27 November.
The City of Greater Dandenong is seeking applications from artists, community groups and community agencies who are interested in staging community based exhibitions in 2019.
A community based exhibition typically features exhibitions of artworks that celebrate belonging and participation in the community.