UK-Georgia 2019 Season- Nabihah Iqbal, the British artist, DJ and producer at the Mzesumzira Club in Tbilisi, Georgia
UK-Georgia 2019 Season- Nabihah Iqbal, the British artist, DJ and producer at the Mzesumzira Club in Tbilisi, Georgia

The British Council invites entries for UK/Australia Season 2021-22

Call for Entries

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The British Council: UK/Australia Season 2021-22

The British Council is inviting arts organisations and individuals to submit project proposals for inclusion in its 2021-22 UK/Australia Season. The Season will explore and celebrate the UK’s and Australia’s relationship across the arts, creative industries, and higher education. The theme of the Season is Who are we now? and will be a celebration of the diversity of cultures and languages in both countries and an opportunity to look at who we might be in the future in the face of global challenges.

UK projects to be presented in Australia can bid for up to £25,000, with recipients selected by the British Council with a panel of UK sector arts advisors, with the intention of supporting up to ten projects, but not individual artists. Applications close 17th Aug.

Image: British Council’s UK-Georgia 2019 Season – British artist, DJ and producer Nabihah Iqbal at the Mzesumzira Club in Tbilisi, Georgia.