The New Student Precinct Project is collaborating with the artistic platform Next Wave to produce a series of public art installations, programming and mentorship initiatives. Programming will provide students and staff with the opportunity to work alongside artists to produce engaging site-specific creative works, learn from experts and connect across disciplines.
Next Wave will present new work that amplifies marginal voices, opens historical narratives and reimagines physical and intellectual learning environments. Embracing the transitional, forgotten and peripheral, the platform provides an opportunity for innovative thinking around the past, present and future of the site.
Site Lines with Public Assembly
Develop and build custom viewing devices, engage in discussions about the politics of vision, and create a series of temporary portraits to be displayed at the New Student Precinct.
Paid Opportunity: Join the Living Pavilion Program
Next Wave is seeking expressions of interest from University of Melbourne students and staff to participate in the Living Pavilion artistic program. Pitch your idea for a public program that engages with the Living Pavilion’s curatorial premise. All programmed artists will receive up to $500 and be partnered with an industry mentor and producer to develop their project.
About Next Wave: Next Wave is Australia’s pre-eminent platform for emerging artists. Deeply rooted in the Australian arts ecology, Next Wave has a 33-year track record of pushing creative careers to the next level through renowned development programs and biennial multi-arts festival.