Applications open for HomeGround 2018 program

BREAK OUT: Western Plains Cultural Centre curator Kent Buchanan with HomeGround artist James Farley earlier in the year. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE
BREAK OUT: Western Plains Cultural Centre curator Kent Buchanan with HomeGround artist James Farley earlier in the year. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

The Western Plains Cultural Centre is now accepting applications for HomeGround 2018.

The professional development program provides emerging regional artists with the opportunity to exhibit in a high profile exhibition space, while also having the opportunity to work closely with the WPCC curatorial team.

Artists from regional NSW are invited to submit a proposal that outlines their exhibition ideas and example images. Successful artists will have a minimum of 12 months to work closely with a curator to realise their exhibition for the WPCC.

HomeGround is a partnership between the Western Plains Cultural Centre, Orana Arts and Wingewarra Dental.

Applications for HomeGround 2018 close at 5pm Friday, October 19.

More information on the program and application forms are available on the Western Plains Cultural Centre website.