GASP (Glenorchy Art & Sculpture Park), in partnership with the Multicultural Council of Tasmania, invites expressions of interest to participate in an existing new intercultural sculpture and e-media project.
mapali is a palawa-kani (Tasmanian Aboriginal) word meaning: more than one - many people.
Looking for outstanding emerging Tasmanian creative people, from diverse cultural backgrounds, who are passionate about contemporary creative practice. This opportunity is not limited to artists.
For further information, see attached flyer.
Submissions due by midnight on Sunday 15 April 2018.
Apply at: www.gasp.org.au