CULTURE AT WORK® Artist ART+SCIENCE Residency Program 2018

Image: Sara Morawetz, Yet there is method, Accelerator Gallery. Artist-in-Residence, 2014.



Growing Culture

Artist Art-Science Residency Program 2018

CULTURE AT WORK®  is a not for profit Australian Research Institute dedicated to art and science.

The CULTURE AT WORK®  Board and Research Committee includes scientists including Professor Bruce Milthorpe, Dean of Science UTS, and Prof Trevor Bird, former Chief Scientist ICT, CSIRO and professionals from the visual arts sector including Dr Lee-Anne Hall, Director Penrith Regional Gallery, Dr Julie Brooke, Artist and Lecturer in Visual Art at ANU. CULTURE AT WORK® ‘s mission and vision is to inspire future generations of creative thinkers by connecting visual art and science, technology and learning.

CULTURE AT WORK® has supported artists in its residency program since 2011. Artists include Fiona Davies, Rachel Park, Lisa Sammut, Gilbert Grace, Adam Sebire, Carrie Ramig (USA), Liz Shreeve, Jane Theau, Kath Fries, Sara Morowetz, Kerry Thomas, Laura Jade, Julia Kennedy-Bell, Fiona Kemp, Luke Hespanhol, Frances Hansen (NZ), Georgia Saxelby, Tom Hungerford, Georgina Brinkmann and Alex Wight. Onsite artists 2016 include visual artist Alan Spackman, Helen Amantiadis and international composer, Axel Singer and writer Kathryn Heyman. In 2017 artists Caroline Cardinet and Lea Kannar were in residence

CULTURE AT WORK® Emerging Artists Residency Program 2018.

Program background

CULTURE AT WORK® is pleased to announce the call out for the 2018 program.  The program is designed for artists working with art and science and or technology or other experts.

The Program

CULTURE AT WORK® call out for 6 artists Feb to Nov 2018.

Artists will be selected and allocated a studio space to develop their own art practice culminating in an exhibition or performance or installation.

Artists will exhibit in the ACCELERATOR Gallery as part of the program.

The studio levy is $100 per week plus gst and includes studio space, wifi and utilities. Artists are required to have their own Public Liability Insurance and to pay a $300 bond refundable on studio space and key. Studios are to remain in same condition as project start.

Artists will be part of a mentoring and professional development program to support the development of work with scientists or experts on collaborative and interdisciplinary projects undertaken at CULTURE AT WORK.

Artists exhibit at the ACCELERATOR Gallery as part of the residency.

The ACCELERATOR gallery hire is $350 plus gst for one week or the larger gallery space  CULTURE AT WORK Gallery $550 per week plus gst.

Artists must invigilate their own exhibition and cover all their costs.

Applications should include:

– one page project description

– Professional CV

– 2 referees,

– 3 weblinks to current or relevant projects

– 5 images.

– Preference for the month of the year in 2018 should be included in the application.

Email applications to [email protected] by midnight 31/01/18.

Applicants should view the CULTURE AT WORK website to see examples of previous residency outcomes in 2015-2017 prior to submitting applications.

Enquiries: [email protected]

Emerging Artists Program Application 2018