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The National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) is seeking a First Nations Audiovisual Designer to produce a work using digital assets from the National Collection. Expressions of interest are open for the commissioned project, tentatively titled RE / Vision, which will feature as part of the UK / Australia season – the largest cultural exchange between Australia and the UK. The filmmaker will work closely with curatorial and technical experts from the NFSA, using the digital collection to produce an audiovisual product, which will aim to offer an authentic and contemporary take on Australia. The work will be based on the British / Australian theme of Who Are We Now? The work will have its international premiere in partnership with the British Film Institute (BFI) in Great Britain at the end of 2022, and nationally in Canberra at the NFSA Arc cinema. The complete piece will then be incorporated into the NFSA collection and made available to the public. Applications for the $ 25,000 commission are accepted until midnight October 17, 2021. For more information, visit nfsa.gov.au/revision. The National Folk Festival has announced that its 2022 Artistic Director will be five-time ARIA Award winner Katie Noonan. She wants to focus on the Home / Appearance / Family theme, since the past year has made people more focused than ever on their births and chosen families in lockdown. Applicants can use this retention framework to shape applications. The organizers worked with the local community of Ngunnawal to create a version of one of Warumpi’s My Island houses – in language and invite artists to sing this song in their sets and encourage participation from the choral audience. The festival – which is due to take place over Easter weekend next year – is looking for practitioners in fields such as music, dance, spoken word and theater / comedy, from traditional to contemporary and everything in between. For more information and to apply, visit folkfestival.org.au/artist-applications. The Belco Arts Inclusion Award will be presented at CAPO’s annual fundraising and awards event. It will offer $ 2000 in prizes and an exhibition / artist-in-residence opportunity at the Belconnen Arts Center. The award is only open to Canberra artists who identify as living with a physical, sensory, d / Deaf, intellectual disability or as having mental health issues. Submissions must be sent before 6pm on Monday October 4, 2021. See: belcoarts.com.au. Megalo’s exhibition of prints by Australian artists produced with VCA Editions includes lithographs, silkscreens and more. It continues online until October 16, 2021. See: megalo.org. Applications for the Canberra Symphony Youth Chamber Orchestra (CSYCO) have been extended until September 30 and auditions will take place at the end of November. More information: cso.org.au/csyco/. The Belconnen Arts Center invites LGBTQI + artists to create and share what being queer and being part of the LGBTQI + community in 2021 means to them. Contributions from any point of view, in 2D or 3D, using painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, glass, photography, drawing or mixed media can be submitted until October 31st at midnight. More information: belcoarts.com.au. In this open exhibition on A3 paper, artists are invited to explore their concept of “place” – a position, a place, a destination, a time or a place in the world. Registration closes on November 1st. More information: belcoarts.com.au.

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