Arts Residencies information session for artists & arts workers
|Event Name||Arts Residencies information session for artists & arts workers|
|Start Date||11th Jul 2012 3:30pm|
|End Date||11th Jul 2012 5:00pm|
|Duration||1 hour and 30 minutes|
Tim Woodward, 2010 visual arts resident to Cemeti Art House, Yogyakarta
SUPER INDO SCULPTURE PARK (group photo of participants)
Interested in applying for an Asialink Arts Residency? Join Asialink in Sydney for an introduction to the program and the array of residency partners across the region. The event will also offer opportunities for Q&A.
This event is also presented in Melbourne on Thursday 9 August.
The Asialink Arts Residency Program has been operating since 1991. The aim of this program is to broaden the experiences available to Australian artists in the Asian region; to develop projects related to the host country; and to encourage ongoing involvement and collaboration between Australian and Asian artists and organisations.
The residencies are a professional development opportunity for Australian arts practitioners and also act to foster bilateral relationships in the region.
The grant of up to $12,000 is to be used towards travel, living, and project expenses. The residency experience affords recipients the opportunity for in- depth research, stimulating cultural exchange, international collaboration and uninterrupted time for creativity.
Including presentations by past Asialink residents Kush Badhwar and Susan Gibb
When: Wednesday 11 July, 3.30 – 5.00 pm
Where: The Australia Council for the Arts - Rover Thomas Auditorium
372 Elizabeth St Surry Hills NSW 2010
RSVP: Essential. Email Eliza Roberts at email@example.com
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