Arts South Australia is seeking Expressions of Interest from local producers and presenters who wish to participate in the Made in Adelaide activation in Edinburgh in August this year.
The aims of the Made in Adelaide activity in Edinburgh in this third and final year of the pilot project, are to introduce a deeper focus on industry engagement while continuing to amplify the existing offering for local arts and cultural product and to attract international artists and cultural tourists to our Festivals.
The overall objectives of Made in Adelaide are to:
- To expose our multi-genre, creative talent to international markets, enable new relationships to be established and existing relationships enhanced, with the goal of securing export sales of artistic product, while facilitating future arts and cultural collaborations.
- To strengthen Adelaide’s position as Australia’s best festival city and increase interest in South Australian arts and cultural product and our festivals while raising the profile of South Australia’s food and wine industries
- To attract inbound acts and performers, as well as producers and programmers to South Australia’s festival platforms
- To generate export sales of South Australian cultural product
- To attract in-bound cultural and business tourists to South Australia
- To leverage opportunities from the UNESCO Creative Cities Network to support South Australian artists.
Expressions of Interest will highlight the capacity of the applicant to add value to the Made in Adelaide objectives and deliver outcomes that will benefit the South Australian arts sector and should include:
- an explanation of how this funding will help you to support the maturing of existing international relationships and opportunities already in discussion
- the proposed outcomes of your activity in Edinburgh
- how you can contribute to meeting the aims of Made in Adelaide including its focus on industry engagement
- a project budget.
Grants of up to $5000 are available.
About Made in Adelaide:
Made in Adelaide aims to build on the strong presence of South Australian work in Edinburgh during its summer festival season. The first two years of the pilot project were delivered in 2016 and 2017, and have successfully introduced the Made in Adelaide brand into Edinburgh’s Festival Market and supported our artists to increase their profile and achieve some outstanding professional outcomes within and beyond the Fringe.
The aims this year are to amplify the existing offering and introduce a deeper focus on industry engagement while continuing to grow access and participation at the important Edinburgh marketplace for our local artists and companies.
Special activities hosted through the 2018 Made in Adelaide program will include networking, business and development opportunities for artists with producers, directors, other artists, government and business people.
These eligibility points apply generally across Arts South Australia's funding programs. Some programs also have specific requirements, which are detailed in the relevant sections of the website.
Applicants must be Australian citizens or have permanent resident status and live, or be primarily located, in South Australia
The following applications are ineligible:
- projects already completed, or due to be completed, before the commencement of the funding period. Funding will not be provided retrospectively
- projects without professional arts outcomes, such as amateur productions, the self publication of literary works, fundraising, competitions, awards and prizes, as well as projects forming part of a course of study, including graduation activities
- screen-based projects aimed at the cinema, film festivals or television, and media project with a purely commercial outcome. Some activity will be eligible when incorporated into projects in other artform areas. Speak to Arts South Australia if you are unsure
- start-up business costs and the purchase of basic equipment. Speak to Arts South Australia if you are unsure
- organisations currently in receipt of Arts South Australia's Arts Organisations funding should refer to the relevant pages for information on eligibility for other funding.
These criteria apply generally across Arts South Australia's funding programs. Some programs also have specific criteria, which are detailed in the relevant sections of the website.
Artistic merit may refer to:
- innovation, originality, quality, creativity and ambition
- the track record, creative achievement and skill of the artist or artists involved
- the context in which the work is being undertaken
- the potential contribution to the development of the art form
- evidence of experimentation, risk taking and bravery.
Viability may refer to:
- the planning and resources required to achieve the potential of the proposal
- the ability of the applicant to meet the logistical challenges of the proposal
- evidence of strong financial and operational management, including a realistic budget and timeline
- evidence of additional resources and support, including other sources of income and in kind contributions.
Engagement may refer to:
- the potential to grow audiences and their critical understanding of the art form
- the development of new markets, locally, nationally and/or internationally
- the development of new ways to engage with those markets
- the potential to provide a broader range of people with opportunities to participate in arts experiences, through strategies that increase access, social inclusion and cultural diversity
- evidence of deeper engagement with, and the involvement of, particular communities and/or audiences and the delivery of artistic benefits to them.
Development may refer to:
- the development of artist and art form practice
- the potential to enhance the skills and/or professional reputation of the applicant
- the capacity to forge new pathways for artist and sector development
- the capacity to develop new networks, collaborations and partnerships
- the contribution to South Australia’s reputation as a centre of cultural leadership at a national and international level, and the resultant economic benefits.
- Submit your Expression of Interest form. Click the 'Download Application Form' button above the Grant Amounts information to download a form.
- Email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9am Monday, 30 April, 2018.
- Applications will be assessed by members of the Made in Adelaide steering committee.
- Selection will be based on the capacity of the applicant to add value to the Made in Adelaide initiative and contribute to its objectives while addressing the strategic objectives of the applicant.
- Successful applicants will be required to enter into a funding agreement with Arts South Australia.