Recipients Announced for Graduate Support Program Round 2, 2017

Ambitious Alumni Receive Support for Mentorships, Art Prizes, Festivals and Exhibitions

Six ambitious graduates are the latest recipients of funding from the Adelaide Central School of Art Graduate Support Program.

The following Bachelor of Visual Art and Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) graduates have received Graduate Support Grants of up to $1000 for future projects:

  • Francois Evangelista has received funds to support the cost of materials and the opening event for a collaborative exhibition with fellow BVA (Hons) graduate, Jonathon George, at praxis ARTSPACE, Bowden in 2018
  • Andrea Malone has received funds to assist the development and presentation of new works for an exhibition at Hughes Gallery, Fullarton, in August 2018. This exhibition is also supported by the SALA City of Unley Active Ageing Award, which Malone received this year
  • Grace Marlow received funds for a mentorship with artist Sarah Rodigari from NSW. Under Rodigari’s guidance, Marlow will produce new works for an upcoming group exhibition, who speaks for a community?, curated by Bella Hone-Saunders at Sister Gallery, Bowden, in December 2017.

The following three recipients have each received a Quick Response Grant (QRG), of up to $300 each, to assist with costs associated with upcoming professional development opportunities:

  • Bernadette Klavins received a QRG toward participation in HOBIENNALE (HB17) from 3 – 12 November 2017, alongside artists from FELTspace, Adelaide
  • Anne Stevens received a QRG to assist with costs associated with travel to Brisbane in November as she is a finalist in The Churchie National Emerging Art Prize 2017
  •  Cassie Thring received a QRG toward her exhibition at FELTspace in November 2017

The Adelaide Central School of Art Graduate Support Program was announced in March 2016. It provides graduates of the School with local residency opportunities, international workshops, grants that will support the production and presentation of new work, and quick-response grants for professional development.