How to Apply

About the Peace Foundation Award

Purpose:

  • To recognise an artist(s) whose work aligns with the objectives of the Peace Foundation
  • To recognise an artwork of excellence that is innovative and experimental
  • To encourage artistic expression in human rights, social justice, and environmental sustainability

Winner will receive: 

$1000 and a Statuette

Eligibility:

The Peace Foundation Award is open to all Fringe artists who promote human rights, social justice, and environmental sustainability through their work. By being part of the Adelaide Fringe Awards, The Peace Foundation is able to support artists whose work aligns with the objectives of The Peace Foundation and at the same time furthers their commitment to experimentation, excellence, and innovation in the arts.

Nominations

All registered Fringe artists are invited to self-nominate for the Peace Foundation Award thereby agreeing to the selection criteria and conditions outlined below.

Selection Criteria

Eligibility:

Artwork must be in accord with one or more of the following of the Peace Foundation objectives:

  • promotes human rights
  • supports Indigenous people’s rights to economic self-determination
  • promotes peace as a way of solving conflict
  • promotes care of the environment and sustainable development
  • supports justice for oppressed peoples.

Adelaide Fringe 2019 registered artists in all categories are eligible for the award.

In accordance with eligibility as outlined above, the artwork will also be assessed on the following:

  • Engagement – Audience and or Critical Response
  • Clarity of artistic vision
  • Fringe Factor
  • Demonstration of how the award will contribute financially toward the continued life of the artwork (through future performances or exhibitions), although not required, would be considered favourable.

Selection Process

The Peace Foundation Management Committee will appoint a Peace Foundation Award Sub-Committee which includes professional industry representatives. Based on the selection criteria, the role of the Sub-Committee is to shortlist applicants, view artworks and select an award winner. Sub-Committee members must declare any conflict of interest and not be part of the selection process of artworks with which they have an affiliation.

Shortlisted applicants will be posted on www.adelaidefringe.com.au and www.artspeacefoundation.org no later than early March 2019.   The Peace Foundation Award Sub-Committee will select a winner from the shortlist.

The Peace Foundation Sub-Committee decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The Peace Foundation Sub-Committee is not required to discuss the reasons for their decisions or give feedback on specific artworks.

The winner will be announced at the Fringe Awards Ceremony.

Conditions:

  • The presenter agrees to allocate complimentary tickets to the Peace Foundation Sub-Committee across the season, excluding preview performances and any performances taking place after 6.00pm on 14 March 2019. The presenter will bear the cost of complimentary ticket fees.
  • Any documentation requested must be correctly submitted in order to be considered for the award.
  • The Peace Foundation requires acknowledgment in future marketing material of the winning artwork for a period up to twelve months, this may include information about the award, the Peace Foundation logo and/or the Peace Foundation website address as provided by The Peace Foundation.
  • The Peace Foundation reserves the right not to fund any of the submissions presented in a particular year if it does not meet selection criteria.
  • All applications to be submitted online, no applications will be accepted by mail.

How to apply

Applying for the Peace Foundation Award involves the submission of an online application form and supporting material.

2019 Fringe Festival Round:

  1. Submissions open 8 December 2018
  2. Submissions close on the 1 February 2019

Applicants must include the following:

  1. Completed online application form
  2. Contact details for two (2) referees
  3. Up to two pages of any relevant supporting material. All supporting material should be clearly labeled.

Some applicants may also be invited to make an application

Please fill in the online application form, click