The John Darling Fellowship is supported by the Monash Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre and was offered for the first time in 2018. The fellowship is designed to provide an opportunity for emerging Australian documentary and ethnographic filmmakers to experience the vibrancy of contemporary Indonesian film, arts and cultural production, and to collaborate and exchange ideas with Indonesian film-making peers.
The successful applicant will receive a John Darling Fellowship grant of $7,398.00 to support the applicant’s participation in ACICIS’ 2020 Creative Arts and Design Professional Practicum (CADPP) .
The fellowship is to be awarded to an eligible participant in ACICIS’ 2020 Creative Arts and Design Professional Practicum (CADPP). The successful applicant will meet the following eligibility criteria:
Currently or previously enrolled in film studies or related discipline at an Australian institution of higher learning; and
Have a demonstrable interest in ethnographic documentary and observational cinema.
How to apply for the John Darling Fellowship
To apply for Fellowship, applicants need complete the online application form for ACICIS’ Creative Arts and Design Professional Practicum (CADPP). ACICIS – in consultation with the Monash Herb Feith Indonesan Engagement Centre – will assess applicants’ eligibility and suitability for the Fellowship in light of the above selection criteria. The application deadline is the 1 July 2019.
N.B. There is no separate application form for the Fellowship. Completion of the ACICIS CADPP application form will automatically ensure that an applicant’s eligibility for the John Darling Fellowship is considered.