- CSU-WPCC MoU will promote, market and use art exhibition space at the University
- MoU will facilitate exhibitions by provision of WPCC specialist advice and equipment
- MoU will help the development of other projects between CSU and WPCC
Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Dubbo has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Western Plains Cultural Centre (WPCC) to promote, market and use the art exhibition space at the University.
CSU campus development manager Mr Bart Sykes said, “The University and the WPCC wish to explore the possibility of establishing a cooperative relationship, including the carrying out of projects relevant to their respective capabilities.
“The MoU will facilitate the installation of exhibitions through the provision of specialist advice and equipment from the WPCC, while the content and curation of the exhibition will be the sole responsibility and decision of the University.
“The agreement will help to facilitate the development of proposals for other projects between the University and the WPCC, including exploring possibilities for grants and other forms of funding, and will help establish the projects.”
The current exhibition in the CSU art space, ‘Warlu – Artists of Yuendumu’, ends its six-week run on Saturday 4 May, so don’t miss this stunning display of art from the Northern Territory.
CSU also reminds potential art exhibitors that there is a call for Expressions of Interest to display art works for the coming 2019-2020 year: https://news.csu.edu.au/in-brief/csu-in-dubbo-offers-exhibition-space-for-artistsPlease contact Mr Bart Sykes on (02) 6885 7305 or email email@example.com to lodge an enquiry or an Expression of Interest.