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ACMI announces new commissioning program for Australian artists worth $240,000 over 3 years

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ACMI announces new commissioning program for Australian artists worth $240,000 over 3 years

Wednesday March 1st, 2017

ACMI is joining forces with the City of Melbourne and Catriona and Simon Mordant AM to launch the Mordant Family VR Commission: a three year commitment to Australian visual artists, stimulating cross disciplinary collaboration to produce bold new and ambitious works using virtual reality (VR) and associated technology. The fund will deliver $80,000 a year over three years. Applications are now open now and close at 5pm Thursday 13 April 2017. More information.

Image: Ghost Toast and the Things Unsaid at ACMI, October 2016


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