While we may not be able to sit together at the moment, we can still come together virtually via digital exhibitions, livestreamed concerts, film watching parties and more, and there are many ways we can both find assistance and support one another during this uncertain time.

Below is a constantly growing list of links to articles, resources, grants, work opportunities and programs/films/exhibitions/gigs available online.

Please share your suggestions with us by emailing thecapitol@rmit.edu.au and tagging us on Instagram: @thecapitolrmit and #CAPSlockdown.

Creative content

Stay connected with these ongoing events, programs, livestreams:

For your calendar

Upcoming virtual programs and events:


Ways to support the community and collaborate:

  • AFTRS – content call-out to AFTRS students and alumni.
  • Sissy Screens – freelance writing opportunities.
  • Corvid Community – artist-only Slack group maintained by all star producers and artists.
  • ACCA Open – call-out for artists of all backgrounds, career levels and practices to submit proposals for new digitally presented work. Three artists or collaborations will be awarded an artist and production fee of $8,000 plus curatorial support to realise their project.
  • Changer Studios events and workshops in partnership with YouTube are currently free and online.
  • The City of Melville's Digital Art Prize is a new national award with $15k total to be awarded across multiple digital art categories. Applications are open here now until 5 July.
  • Balancing Act connect artists, musicians, performers, and entertainers with children and young people who need support to engage in community or social activities.
  • Yarra City Arts have developed two grant programs to support Yarra’s creative community during this period of physical isolation.

Assistance & Support

Helpful articles, fundraising initiatives, artist grants, special deals and resources:

Remember to submit events, programs, articles, resources and anything else you find (or create!) that we can add to these lists by emailing us at thecapitol@rmit.edu.au or tagging us on Instagram: @thecapitolrmit and #CAPSlockdown.