Now in its fifth year, Mapping Melbourne is a platform for strengthening arts networks between contemporary independent artists across the Australasian region, building connections and establishing collaborative ongoing relationships, and presenting challenging work. The annual festival features a series of exhibitions, performances, interactive explorations and international collaborations culminating across manifold venues in the heart of Melbourne. The series celebrates our unique Asian Australian identity and highlights positive global creative connections.
The 2016 series featured film screenings, contemporary dance, art and photography exhibitions, and large scale installations profiling established and emerging artists from across China, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, India, Thailand, Japan, Vietnam and Malaysia. Venues included The Art Centre, Federation Square, fortyfivedownstairs, Fracture Gallery, Old Treasury Building, Horse Bazaar, Chin Chin’s Wall of Art and Magnet Gallery.
The artwork should have individual elements that can be pulled out of the key visual and the final design would be supplied as vector files (AI or EPS)
Examples from previous years:
Mimi Leung design 2016
Darbotz design 2013
Artists should submit a draft concept and 4 examples of existing work with the application form.
The successful applicant will feature across all marketing collateral and be paid a commission fee of $1000
Applications should be submitted digitally to the Creative Producer, Meg Larkin via: