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Image Reader, Centre for Contemporary Photography', 2019. Featuring Nina Gilbert, Guy Grabowsky, Ry Haskings, Eliza Hutchison. Curated by Madé Spencer-Castle. Photo: J Forsyth.

Expressions of Interest

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EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR CCP’S 2020 EXHIBITION PROGRAM AND NIGHT PROJECTION WINDOW ARE NOW OPEN!

EOIs ARE DUE BY MIDNIGHT, SUNDAY 15 SEPTEMBER, 2019.

Apply now via our online forms:
CCP Exhibitions EOI 2020 | CCP Night Projection Window EOI 2020

CCP is now calling for Expressions of Interest (EOIs) for the 2020 Artistic Program. EOIs are now accepted in two, discrete streams: one for exhibition based proposals, and one for video works to be screened on the CCP Night Projection Window (NPW), 7-nights after dark. Further information about our EOI process can be found via the 2020 EOI Guidelines [link].

Please note that CCP’s EOI process has now changed. We ask that you simply share your latest, most compelling project with us for consideration of inclusion in the 2020 Artistic Program. We no longer require you to pitch your work for a specific gallery space or exhibition dates. Successful EOI applicants for the exhibition stream will be invited to participate in CCP curated projects between June—July 2020. Successful applicants for the Night Projection Window will be programmed across 2020.

EOIs are accepted from artists and collaborators from all career levels, however please note that we are not considering curatorial projects for 2020 at this time. CCP welcomes applicants from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, LGBTQIA+ practitioners and people with lived experience of disability.

Please note that CCP receives many more EOIs than we are able to support. Due to high demand, CCP staff are not able to offer feedback to unsuccessful applicants.

ABOUT CCP

CCP is Australia’s premiere space dedicated to the public engagement and presentation of contemporary lens-based practices. Located in Melbourne’s culturally diverse and vibrant Fitzroy— land of the Wurundjeri people and part of the Kulin Nations—CCP draws a broad onsite audience of over 90,000 visitors per year. Through exhibitions, public programming, education and publishing, CCP places contemporary Australian photography, video and expanded photographic practice within historical and international contexts.

Exhibitions in CCP’s five gallery spaces change approximately every six to eight weeks and feature the work of local, interstate, and international artists.

CCP pays artist fees to all successful applicants.

For further information, please refer to the 2020 EOI Guidelines.

Resources:
CCP EOI Guidelines
CCP Gallery Floorplan

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Image Reader, Centre for Contemporary Photography', 2019. Featuring Nina Gilbert, Guy Grabowsky, Ry Haskings, Eliza Hutchison. Curated by Madé Spencer-Castle. Photo: J Forsyth.



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