Fellowships

2022 FELLOWSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE NOW Closed

Purpose

Carclew Fellowships offer financial support to emerging cultural and creative artists and arts workers aged 26 and under, for:

  • Arts career building
  • Skills development
  • Exploring new art form practice, methods and techniques
  • Research towards creative development

Areas of practice for the purpose of the Fellowship can include (but are not limited to) performing arts, visual arts, written word, digital platforms, arts administration & industry pathways, and community arts.

FOR MORE DETAILED INFORMATION, PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND READ THE FUNDING GUIDELINES.

Funding available

Up to $10,000 depending on the scope of the proposal.

Key dates

Applications closed 11:59pm (ACST) Thursday, 1 July 2021.

Notification of outcome September 2021.

Fellowship to commence after 1 January 2022 and completed by 31 December 2022.

Acquittal reports must be submitted 6 weeks after the Fellowship is completed.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants

Carclew is committed to driving reconciliation through employment and training opportunities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. A minimum of one Fellowship will be awarded to an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander applicant. Please read Carclew’s Commitment to First Nations and Reconciliation Action Plan here.

Further enquiries

Contact Funding Programs Coordinator Rebecca Meston, rmeston@carclew.org.au or (08) 8230 1103.

Support Early Career Artists 

Carclew’s donations campaign supports early career artists through our Project grants and Fellowships program. Find out more about our donations campaign here. 

For further information, contact Lucy Markey, Senior Manager, Marketing & Development at lmarkey@carclew.org.au. 

Our sincerest thanks go to our current donors and Giving Circle members.

Below you can watch clips of Carclew alumni Madeleine Parry, Nelson Hedditch and Dan Daw talking about how Carclew funding helped kickstart their careers.