STUDIO RESIDENCY / FAQs
Q] I am a Sri Lankan visual artist. Can I apply for the residency programme in Switzerland through the Pro Helvetia New Delhi office?
A] Pro Helvetia New Delhi is the liaison office of the Swiss Arts Council in South Asia. Artists holding nationalities of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are eligible to apply. Please note that it is essential that the artist be residing in his/ her home country at the time of application.
Last date for submission of application 1March 2018
For the Melburnians this Friday we're opening at @lulu.cafegallery. Here's one piece from each artist featured, who are all artists-in-residence alumni of @qbankgallery. More details in the link in our bio. Come share a drink of @lasirenebrewing with them from 6pm.
@barek_art is a Melbourne based urban artist. He utilises wheat-pasting, stickers and murals to bring life to forgotten places. His work can be seen locally, interstate and around the world both on the street, in galleries and private collections.
@gigigordes is a painter and sculptor from Melbourne who brings life to her characters through the use of paint, and dark humour. Gigi explores individualism and idiosyncrasies through a range of mediums, both outdoors and in the studio. You can find her pieces in galleries and on the streets of Melbourne.
@artofboth is a visual sorceress working mainly through painting and drawing. Her art combines superficial beauty and deep symbolism to share intimate stories and ideas about our place in the cosmos. Ranging in scale from huge public murals to tiny illustrations, her work draws from biology, astronomy and our collective dreams.
@chuckmayfield is an Australian artist paying tribute to the bizarre and the beautiful. Predominantly creating large scale murals, canvas pieces, and pencil sketches, his work displays a balance of unusual elements, combining nature, graffiti, modern life, & the mystical.
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Artifacts at the new workspace (work in progress) at TwoCentsPress, a very reasonably priced and unique retreat/workshop for artists/printmakers and their friends in Tuscany.
A local visitor from the city we stayed in brought his new born to our opening exhibition. We all partied together at @hatori_kagaspa . I’d speculate that the child was already home, Art brought us to that child’s home.
FUSION 2017 🇯🇵
CONFLUENCE GALLERY ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAMSPRING/SUMMER 2018
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!
Deadline: MARCH 15
Entry Fee: $15 (Fee can be submitted by mail, at the Gallery, or by phone.)
One selected artist will receive three months of studio space at Confluence Gallery from MAY 1 – JULY 30, 2018 and a solo exhibit in the Gallery gift shop AUGUST 18 – SEPTEMBER 22, 2018.
Studio space is located on the second floor of the Confluence Gallery.
Artists will provide all other materials needed to support creating a body of work for the exhibit. Materials used during residency must be conducive to a public working environment near offices and other studios. Please no loud tools or toxic materials. .
The works created in the residency must be completed and ready to display by JULY 31, 2018 for an opening reception at the Confluence Gallery on AUGUST 18, 2018.
Submit a resume, letter of intent and up to 10 digital images to firstname.lastname@example.org.
See more details on our website: www.confluencegallery.com
Artist in Residence exhibit ANNA DOOLEY by ML Harris Photography
We're thrilled to announce the inaugural call for applications for @plyspace and the Summer 2018 residency term! Check the profile for more info and application guidelines ⇨
PlySpace is a program of MACC in partnership with @cityofmuncie @ballstateuniversity School of Art, Sustainable Muncie Corp, and generously funded by @neaarts
Join us for an evening at the Maltings on Wednesday 28th February, 6pm. .
This will be an informal discussion regarding our residency with @berwickvisualarts, in partnership with the Centre for Rural Economy, our plans for our exhibition at the Gymnasium, and our wider artistic practice.
During our residency we have been exploring the historic and community importance of three sites located in Berwick; the Brown Bear Pub, Spittal promenade Amusement Arcade, and Shielfield Park , Home of the Berwick Rangers FC. We have prompted discussion of these sites through public intervention, and are considering how they can be historicised through collective memory and objects to signify such reverberations.
The event is free but please book tickets via email@example.com
Image by @sarahpictorial .