Eligible applicants include artists, arts workers, designers, producers, curators, collectives and arts or creative organisations, working in any artform or creative industry.
About the award
The Innovation Award is designed to encourage an innovative and enterprising creative workforce. The award:
- contributes to the Creative Brisbane Creative Economy 2013-22 strategy
- supports the development of creative enterprises by encouraging the development of new work and innovative approaches within Brisbane's creative sector.
Applications are now closed
Applications for the 2017 Innovation Award are now closed.
|Year||Winner||Description of winning entry|
|2017||Jodie Hilton||The New Garde is one of Australia's first co-working fashion studios. This project is an exciting vehicle for facilitating access and entry into the fashion industry for graduates, re-entry into the industry for those of mature age and a refreshing low cost opportunity for those currently working in the industry wanting to broaden their experience and to start their own small business.|
|2016||Lincoln Savage||Art Atlas is an interactive library which documents public art works and allows the public to travel back in time through the web-based gallery.|
|2015||Brett Leavy||Virtual Meanjin is an immersive and interactive virtual heritage time machine of the Brisbane cultural and environmental landscape as it was before settlement.|
|2014||Emily Craven||Story City is an interactive story experience that combines the beloved Choose Your Own Adventure genre with physical locations across Brisbane, allowing fictional adventure to become 'real'.|
For more information, phone Council on 07 3403 8888 and ask to speak with the Creative Communities team.