Expression of interest - original artworks for Cafs
EoIs extended to Wednesday 21 April 2021
Are you a creative from the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community? If so, read on!
Cafs is seeking expressions of interest from creative people within our local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community to develop artwork for two significant projects – an artwork to be featured in Cafs’ Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2021-2023 and adapted for reporting and promotion of the RAP, and an original mural to be painted on site, at Cafs Family Contact Centre in Black Hill, Ballarat.
If you are keen to express interest in one or both of these projects, download the EoI document – CLICK HERE – for all the details.
At this stage, we are only seeking expressions of interest from creatives and will follow up with interested individuals in person.
EoIs close at 5pm on Wednesday 21 April 2021.
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Ballarat VIC 3350
Cafs acknowledges our past. In the spirit of reconciliation, we give deepest respect to Australia's First Nations Peoples. Their histories, their stories, their resilience. Their connection to culture and land. The wisdom of their Elders past, present and emerging.