Carclew is pumped to have assembled a team of 10 young arts-munchers, aged 12-15, for the ground breaking child-directed arts funding project, Carclew Futures.
Announcing the the recipients of Carclew Futures inaugural $10,000 funding round...
Port Lincoln's 14-year-old Charlee Watt, will receive $5,000 to create a large portable backdrop for live youth events and indigenous gatherings.
Also receiving $5,000 in funding will be Elizabeth Vale visual artist, Chad Spencer, who will produce a hayshed mural along the Mt Compass to Goolwa Road - the first of an ‘I-spy-with-my-little-eye' art-trail across a series of haysheds.
You can listen to a radio interview with Charlee on ABC Eyre Pennisula here (ffwd to the 44:30 mark)
During this school term, a team of 12-15 year olds have been critically thinking about the responsibility of distributing $10,000 of arts funding and they have designed a framework and process to make this happen.
Team members bring artistically varied passions, socially diverse considerations, and come from areas far and wide. Carclew has been working alongside them to investigate how art is made; how creative ideas are formed; the process of turning a concept into an outcome; how much ‘art’ costs to make and what it takes to get funding.
The Carclew Futures project is a partnership between Carclew Funding Programs and the Commissioner for Children & Young People. The children who make up the Carclew Futures team have been led by Peer Facilitator, Audrey Mason-Hyde, and Lead Facilitator, Paul Mayers.
Special thanks to Futures friends and supporters: Vivian Cooper/ ACE Open (Plenty exhibition); Susannah Sweeney/Dream Big Festival; Nancy Downes/FELTspace: (I think with my body); Nick O’Connor/Northern Sound System & Heaps Good Friends ;Lilla Berry/Of Desert & Sea; Alexis West/Collaborator, Playwright, Film Maker, Poet, Performer; Becci Love/MOD. gallery (Waging Peace exhibition); Michelle Ryan & Roz Hervey/Restless Dance (Zizanie); Jason Sweeney/Sound Artist, Screen Artist, Stage Composer, Film Composer, Musician; Claire Glenn/ SAYarts (Goddess on a Highway) and Georgie Brookman/State Theatre SA (Animal Farm); Vans the Omega/Contemporary (street) artist and curator; Emma Webb/Vitalstatistix (We All Know What’s Happening).
On behalf of Carclew and the Commissioner for Children and Young People, we invite you to view the launch of Carclew Futures: child-directed arts funding through Carclew’s Facebook profile.
If you have questions, please contact Hannah Allert, Manager, Arts Programs, firstname.lastname@example.org
Be part of the conversation. If you had $10,000 to give to people creating original art, who would get it? How much would they get? Why would you give it to them?
Hero Image - from L-R (back) Seb, Bodhi, Valentina, Tilly, Hannah, Lola, Jess, Paul [mentor] (front) Polly, Audrey [mentor] Cleo | Image credit - Daniel Marks Photography
As Carclew is a heritage listed building there are some restrictions, but we will do our best to support you if you let us know what you require.
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Carclew is located on the corner of Jeffcott Street and Strangways Terrace, North Adelaide. There is one clearly marked accessible car park in the Carclew grounds with direct access to the pathway around the grounds to one side. Taxi drop off can be organised at the rear entrance and reception can call for a taxi on behalf of attendees.
There is limited on-site parking on the grounds of Carclew House which is reserved for staff. However, there is ample free on-street parking on the streets surrounding Carclew on Jeffcott Street and Strangways Terrace. There are pathways surrounding the three external sides of Carclew House with pavers on Strangways Terrace and sealed on Jeffcott Street.
It is important to take note of event parking restrictions when large events are being held at Adelaide Oval. Most often this will reduce the parking time to 2 hours. We recommend that you check the Adelaide City Council website for further information.
If you are coming via public transport, Carclew is stop 3 on the 98C City & North Adelaide Loop. The bus stop on Jeffcott Street is directly outside the Carclew carpark and gate, there is a driveway into the grounds. More links -
Accessibility at Carclew
Carclew gates open at 9am.
There is a wheelchair accessible ramp to the back door closest to the accessible carpark with a doorbell at accessible height. There is ramp access to the two outdoor Carclew toilets and staff can add a temporary ramp over the front door stairs.
The reception desk is multi-level, located closest to the back entrance of the building. There is a deafness friendly handset located at reception.
The Ballroom, Boardroom, Art Room and Morning Room are located on the ground floor.
The toilets are external, located opposite the carpark entrance to the house; two are accessible, one has a sanitary bin, and the other side has urinals.
Assistance animals are welcome. A Quiet space is available if requested.
The upper floors are only accessible by stairs only and by staff.
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Manager, Arts Programs
08 8230 1119