The Addison Road Community Centre Organisation is delighted to announce the creation of a new opportunity for Indigenous artists to showcase their work during NAIDOC Week 2020.

Addison Road Community Centre in Marrickville stands on the traditional lands of the Cadigal people of the Eora Nation. As part of Addi Road’s commitment to acknowledging the ongoing struggle for justice, rights and recognition by and for Indigenous Australians, we are offering use of the historic StirrUp Gallery in the form of an artspace award.

The Addison Road Community Centre NAIDOC 2020 Artspace Award offers:

  • Exclusive use of the StirrUp Gallery space from the 5th – 12th July 2020 (plus a day either side of these dates for setting up and packing down) at no charge (valued at more than $600)
  • Media and promotional support for the chosen project
  • Support for a launch/opening event for the chosen project
  • No commission will be charged on any works or tickets sold by the project

Art projects may be works in any medium, including performance, that can be safely staged in the StirrUp Gallery space. Projects may be created by a solo artist/performer or by an arts collective or studio grouping, from anywhere in Australia.

To apply for the Addison Road Community Centre NAIDOC 2020 Artspace Award, follow this link:

Applications close on the 30th November 2019. Applications will be considered by the Board of the Addison Road Community Centre Organisation and the successful project announced in late 2019 or early 2020.