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Featured News 14 May 2024

CEO Update May 2024

The Ian Potter Cultural Trust rust will join the Sidney Myer Fund in supporting originating artists and cultural leaders through its Creative Fellowship program. From 2024, The Trust will award two Ian Potter Creative Fellowships annually.
Grantee Story 9 May 2024
With the support of an Emerging Artist Grant, screenwriter and director Emily Honey interned at Roserock Films, a Warner Brothers in-house production studio in Burbank, California, with celebrated producers Hunt Lowry and Patty Reed.
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Grantee Story 2 May 2023
Noora Niasari's feature film directorial debut, SHAYDA, has garnered critical acclaim on the international stage.
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Grantee Story 21 Apr 2022
Creative Development and Mentorship Program grantee Nicholas Mangan works at the intersection of sculpture and film to explore the unstable relationship between culture and nature, often in relation to the Asia Pacific.
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Grantee Story 21 Apr 2022
Creative Development and Mentorship Program grantee Pilar Mata Dupont's work spans video, performance, and photography, delving into the fallibility of history, gender, and memory structures.
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Grantee Story 21 Apr 2022
Creative Development and Mentorship Program grantee Roberta Joy Rich is a multi-disciplinary artist whose work responds to and reframes constructions of African history and identity.
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News 13 May 2019
Congratulations to inaugural Ian Potter Moving Image Commission winner Angelica Mesiti on the opening of 'Assembly' at the 58th Venice Biennale.
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Grantee Story 13 May 2019
Filmmaker and new grantee Alena Lodkina will be supported to undertake a three-month artist residency at Cité Internationale des Arts under the mentorship of French script consultant and editor Mary Stephen.
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Grantee Story 30 Apr 2019
Mixed media and augmented reality artist Anna Madeleine undertook a series of development opportunities, namely a residency at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris, France.
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Grantee Story 18 Sep 2017
Earlier this year, 2015 grantee Kate Lefoe's film 'Somersault Pike' was selected for the prestigious Accelerator Shorts Program as part of the Melbourne International Film Festival. Here Kate explains the premise behind the film, her practice, and the journey to making a feature-length film.
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Grantee Story 19 May 2017
New grantee Roland Ellis will travel to New York City to embark on a mentorship in filmmaking and big data research. The opportunity to write and direct a short film with a US-based mentor, production house and crew promises to assist Roland in establishing himself as a unique and independent voice in the international film industry.
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