Hutchinson Indigenous Fellowship and Residency
The Hutchinson Indigenous Fellowship and Residency is an annual award that provides a Victorian Aboriginal emerging artist with financial support to explore ideas and develop skills that will realise new iterations of cultural practice and development and build their practice into the future. Established in 2014 by the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust, the Hutchinson Indigenous Fellowship and Residency program honours Mr Darvell Hutchinson AM, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his direct stewardship of the Trust’s activities. The Helen Macpherson Smith Trust makes grants to support the immediate and long term needs of the wider community of Victoria across a range of targeted program areas to help build fair, creative and resilient Victorian communities through initiatives that promote positive change.
No application is required. You will be automatically considered for this award.
Full benefit details
Australian / domestic student
up to $40,000
Applicable study areas
Performing and visual arts, theatre, film and television
Number of scholarships awarded
What are the benefits?
The Fellowship award offers a grant of $40,000, payable in two instalments, with an additional amount up to $5,000, towards the cost of materials.
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