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THE WRITING ON THE WALL

 

Proposal submissions open all year ‘round.

In 2017 two of our past Travelling Artists in Residents, Hannah Ekin & Jorgen Doyle, created the The Writing on the Wall as a permanent public structure at the front of our space to be included in our annual Creative Program.

The Writing on the Wall noticeboard operates as a space for artists, researchers, autodidacts and amateurs to share the matters, insights, and methodologies that they think are most urgently needed in the world. These may take the form of research or creative works-in progress. ‘Curators’ of the noticeboard are expected to work with a mixture of love, hope, and urgency to produce a social space through which to address, and be addressed by, others.

Each curator is responsible for providing content to be wheat-pasted onto the noticeboard over the course of six weeks. The noticeboard is intended both to intervene locally in Alice Springs, and connect local dynamics with narratives specific to other places and people.

 

PROGRAM OFFERS

A space to share matters, insights, methodologies and more with the Alice Springs/Mparntwe community

 

TO APPLY

Please submit the following to thewall@wts.org.au:

  • Your name and contact details: phone, email, residential address, website

  • Description of what you want to paste on the noticeboard and why.

  • 3 preferred months (in order of preference)

  • Support material: images/content can be actual or indicative of work to be presented.

  • Artist CV (max. 2 pages per artist)

COST

FREE hire

Note: Curators of the board may have to subsidise material expenses for their content to be displayed on the board (eg: paper, printing, wheat-paste).


NOTICEBOARD PERIOD

Negotiable

Please take into consideration:

  • Each curator is responsible for providing content to be wheat-pasted onto the noticeboard over the course of six weeks.

  • The noticeboard is intended both to intervene locally in Alice Springs and connect local dynamics with narratives specific to other places and people.

  • If successful: up until February 2019 you are welcome to send content via email to be pasted up by our Noticeboard Curator, however after February you will need to arrange installation of work yourself.

>> DOWNLOAD PDF PROPOSAL GUIDELINES HERE <<

Download plain format Word doc here

If unable to download, please email us at wts@wts.org.au for a copy



For previous content pasted on the noticeboard visit the Noticeboard's blog