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First People’s residencies at Bundanon Trust
Wed 27 June 2018, at 8:00 am - Mon 30 July 2018, at 5:00 pm
Bundanon’s Artist-in-Residence program is the largest and most diverse in Australia. Since 1997 we have hosted thousands of artists from all disciplines and from all over the world (over 34 countries). Bundanon is now an engine room for contemporary art practice in Australia – a place with outstanding facilities, dedicated to the making of contemporary work across all disciplines.
Our First Peoples Residencies offer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists based in NSW the opportunity to undertake supported residencies.
Residencies can be for any period between seven days and six weeks. Successful applicants will receive:
- Accommodation and studio space at Bundanon Trust
- Stipend of $1000 per week
- Travel support
We are also offering a small number of residencies for senior artists with a stipend of $2000 per week. These will be awarded competitively based on the applicants’ achievements across their career.
There is more information about our accommodation and studios here.
This program is made possible by the support of the NSW Government through Create NSW.
First Peoples Residencies are open to NSW-based Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists from in all disciplines. This includes visual artists, writers, performers, producers, directors, composers, curators and educators.
Residencies can be for research and development or for the creation of new work.]
Applications for 2019 residencies are now open and close on Monday 30 July 2018.
You will be notified of the result in September 2018.
All applications will be assessed against the following weighted criteria:
- Artistic standing of applicant and artistic merit of the proposal (60%)
- Benefit of the residency for the applicant’s professional development, or for the successful realisation of the proposed project (40%)
Applications are assessed with the advice of industry peer
All applications should be made on our online form. You will find a link to the form at the foot of this page.
You will first be asked either to create a Bundanon Trust account or to sign into an existing account. To create an account, we just need your name and email.
If you have been in residence before, you may already have an account. If so, you will receive an on-screen message the your email address is already registered with us. Click on the reset your password to commence and create a new password for your account.
The online form will ask for the following information:
- your preferred dates for the residency – note that the minimum residency is seven days and the maximum is six weeks
- any working requirements you have, such as use of a studio, a rehearsal space, or a piano
- any special access needs you have (e.g. wheelchair, vision impaired)
- a short biography of all artists involved in the residency
- a short project description, telling us what you intend to do during the residency, and why
- a statement outlining the benefit of the residency to either your professional development or the successful realisation of your project (or both).
You will also be asked to submit examples of your work as support material. This can be writing, images, sound, video, or anything else that you consider best represents your practice.
Support material is submitted as either web links or as file uploads. Please note the following limits:
WRITING – we will only read 10 pages of written material, so please choose carefully. Maximum file size is 1 MB.
VIDEO – we will only watch three minutes of video, so it is in your best interests to guide us to a video that has been edited to show your work to its best advantage. Video must be submitted via a link to a media platform.
AUDIO – we will listen to three minutes of audio. Audio can be submitted either as a link to a media platform or as an uploaded file. In the latter case, each file must be in MP3 format and no more that 1 MB.
IMAGES – we will only look at five images, each of which must be JPEG format and no more than 1 MB.
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