Applications for the 2013 H.C. Coombs Creative Arts Fellowship close shortly on 31 October.
The H.C. Coombs Creative Arts Fellowship was established in 1965 at the instigation of Dr H.C. Coombs, ANU Pro-Chancellor at the time, to encourage creative work in the arts in Australia. Fellowships were filled by invitation rather than by public advertisement, and fellows selected by the Vice-Chancellor in consultation with an advisory committee. It was hoped other Australian Universities would follow the ANU example and establish similar schemes for the encouragement of creative artists. The fellowship has supported Australian artists such as Judith Wright, John Perceval, Arthur Boyd, Fiona Hall and Robyn Davidson.
Full details and guidelines for the The H.C. Coombs Creative Arts Fellowship.
Enquiries: Suzanne Knight or (02) 6125 3901.