Applications are now open for artists to exhibit at The Gertrude Street Projection Festival (GSPF) 2016.
The GSPF is a large scale arts festival that illuminates Gertrude Street in Fitzroy over ten evenings from Friday 15 – Sunday 24 July. The Festival exhibits projection and contemporary new media in non-traditional spaces, engaging the diverse community of Gertrude Street in experiential and transformative arts experiences.
In 2016 the GSPF will present an artistic program that forges a connection between the artwork and the audience, creating a living environment of memory and harnessing this as a transformative act.
The Festival is currently seeking applications from artists for its 2016 artistic program. Applications are open to artists at any stage of their careers, from emerging to established.
The Gertrude Street Projection Festival is a not-for-profit volunteer run event. Artists are not commissioned to present work, however being selected for the Festival means that a significant amount of in-kind and production support is provided.
For further information please visit the Festival website.
Applications close on 31 March.