The Alcorso Foundation was established in 2001 to honor the late Claudio Alcorso.
Claudio is remembered for his extraordinary vision and his significant contribution to the economic, artistic and cultural development in Tasmania.
The Foundation continues Claudio and Lesley Alcorso’s legacy by enabling individuals and organisations to make a positive difference to the social and cultural fabric of Tasmania through its three programs areas: Arts, Environment and Social Justice.
2016 Don Martin Sustainable Viticulture Fellowship Open Now:
The Alcorso Foundation, in partnership with Wine Tasmania is once again offering Tasmanian-based wine sector professionals a grant of $10,000 towards study-based travel or as seed funding for new research projects into topics of relevance to the broader sector, with a focus on environmental, economic and social sustainability. Read more>>
The Claudio Alcorso International Arts Residency Award
The Alcorso Foundation, in partnership with Arts Tasmania is proud to congratulate emerging experimental and cross-disciplinary artist Selena de Carvalho on being awarded the 2016-17 Claudio Alcoprso International Arts Residency award to undertake a two month residency in KOCHI Artist in Residency program based in the South of India. Read more>>
The September Residency awards are open now. For more information visit: Arts Tasmania: International Residencies