ATI Funded Grant Projects
La Trobe University- Muslim Leadership Program 2012: A program in intra-faith dialogue and capacity-building
ATI SUPPORT PROVIDED: $14,300
The Muslim Leadership Program being funded by the ATI builds on the experience of five successful rounds of the Muslim Leadership Program conducted since 2007. This is an intensive civic education program bringing together emerging leaders from Australia, Thailand and other Southeast Asian countries specifically designed to foster greater intellectual and creative exchange between Australia and the region, in particular Southeast Asia. The project is due for completion in March 2013 with a full acquittal report to be submitted to the ATI by April 2013.
Participants in the Muslim Leadership Program
Muslim Leadership Program 2012 - program write up
Literary Events Asia Pacific Plus- SEA Write/AP Writers 'Reaching the World' Literary Festival
ATI SUPPORT PROVIDED: $15,147
'Reaching the World' Literary festival is planned to be Thailand's first annual international writers and translators summit and showcase to be held in Bangkok, Thailand. ATI funds will be used to support a six-member Australian delegation of award winning authors and publishing industry leaders, including the proposed keynote speaker. The festival is due to be held in November 2012 with a full acquittal report to be submitted to the ATI by Dec 2012.
"Reaching the World" literary festival kicks off in Bangkok
Off the Wall- Water-Mark
ATI SUPPORT PROVIDED: $6,600
The "Water-Mark" exhibition to be held at the Centre for Contemporary Art and Culture at Chiang Mai University in Thailand aims to forge greater dialogue and understanding between Australia and Thailand through a common theme of climate change inspired by recent flooding and unfortunate loss of life in Thailand and Northern Queensland.
The works will be created during a 3-month residency at the university. The project is due for completion in March 2013 with a full acquittal report to be submitted to the Institute by April 2013.
Light Space Projects - Rituals of Exhibition
ATI SUPPORT PROVIDED: $16,500
This project aims to develop a greater awareness of both Australian and Thai Art within the Asia Pacific context and is in continuation to the "Thailand-Australia Light Space Festival" funded by the ATI in 2011. The current project will fund up to four Australian Artists to undertake master classes and residency during 2012/13.The Rituals of Exhibition Project will facilitate emerging and established artists to develop both professional practice and skills at an international level. The project will take place at KMUT University Bangkok and the University of Phayao, Phayao. The project is due for completion in July 2013 with a full acquittal report submitted to ATI in August 2013.
ATI SUPPORT PROVIDED: $21,681
Neighbourhood Walks: Chiang Mai project will support children, families, artists, community members and organisations in Thailand and Australia to make connections, share experiences and develop an international collaboration. It will engage children in their local neighbourhood whilst exploring notions of safety, community and creativity. The project is due for completion in April 2013 with a full acquittal report submitted to the ATI by May 2013.
Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art- The 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art
ATI SUPPORT PROVIDED: $12,100
ATI is funding the participation of Pratchaya Phintong in the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, a flagship international contemporary art project by the Queensland Art Gallery. Pratchaya Phintong is one of Thailand's most promising young artists and the art project will feature a dynamic presentation of artwork by Pratchaya. The project is due for completion in April 2013 with a full acquittal report submitted to the ATI by May 2013.
Thai artist participating in the 7th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art
Third Way Theatre- A Place to Dream
ATI SUPPORT PROVIDED: $11,000
This project involves an inter-cultural artist exchange between established and emerging artists from Australia and Thailand to be held in Northern Thailand over a period of 14 days, concluding with a performance in Chiang Mai. The project is due for completion in December 2012 with a full acquittal report to be submitted to the ATI by Jan 2013.
Australian Thai Artist Interchange- Hua Krathi project
ATI SUPPORT PROVIDED: $17,655
The ATI funded Hua Krathi project is a new visual art activity timed to coincide with the 2013 Thai Culture and Food Festival in Federation Square, which marks it's 10th Anniversary. Hua Krathi will present works by emerging and mid-career Thai artists that will create contemporary site-specific sculptural installations, painting and media works showcasing the diversity of Thai culture. The project is due for completion in March 2013 with a full acquittal report submitted to the Institute in April 2013.