The NSW Government is redeveloping the Sydney Football Stadium (SFS) into a modern, world-class venue, ensuring Sydney has a sporting and entertainment precinct of an international standard.
The site is on the original stadium at Moore Park, Sydney. The site is located at 40-44 Driver Avenue, Moore Park within the Sydney Cricket Ground Precinct. It is approximately 3km from the Sydney CBD and 2km from Central Station.
The SFS Art Program will encompass a diverse range of works that will be integrated throughout the whole of the public domain. The program will consider the needs of the stadium’s many different audiences, from those who use Moore Park for daily recreation to those who visit the stadium for a once in a lifetime event. The art program offers new ways to experience SFS’s public domain: increasing access and engagement to the site’s heritage and culture: and contributing significant new artworks to the extended cultural ecosystem of the city.
Commissions will include; ground plane etching, sculpture; sound work; suspended light sculpture; artwork integrated into the sports surface (including basketball area); artist designed stadium seating; and artwork integrated into an architectural wind screen component. Artworks should encourage audience engagement and invite interaction, photography and exploration.
Cultural Capital is calling for artists to register their interest to be considered for the project by sending the following details to email@example.com with the subject heading ‘Sydney Football Stadium ROI: Artist Name’. Please include in a single pdf document in A4 size with (up to 8 pages);
CV with your contact details
Artist bio (100 words)
Website link (if applicable)
Vimeo or website links for sound or digital works (if applicable)
Up to 5 images of previous work (please insert these into the document with title, medium, dimensions, year and location)
*Please title the document with your name and state of residence (NSW, VIC, etc)
*Please register your interest by Sunday 31st of January, 2021.
The program will be delivered from Q3 2021 to Q2 2022.