About the residency

The Accessible Arts and Bundanon Artists in Residency, 26 August - 9 September 2019, is a two-week residency for research and development or for the creation of new work.

 Application selection criteria includes:

1.     Potential of the artist – artistic standing of applicant and artistic merit of the proposal

2.     Impact on career – benefit of the residency to the applicant’s professional development or the successful realisation of the proposal

Please note, for the purposes of promoting the residency, artists agree to make themselves available for interviews, filming and other social media opportunities. Where mutually agreed, artists provide Accessible Arts with permission to reproduce and/or share the art created during the residency.
 
About the application

Who can apply:

The Accessible Arts and Bundanon Trust Artists in Residence is a two-week residency open to emerging or mid-career professional writer (all media), visual artist, or musician. Applicants must be living and/or working in NSW or the ACT and identify as being Deaf or as a person with disability.

Due date:

Applications close on 3 June 2019.

Results:

Applicants will be notified by 24 June 2019 via email.

We will accept applications via this SurveyMonkey form as well as other accessible formats including Auslan, audio, video, printed, dictated, electronic and handwritten formats. Please contact Liz Martin on 02 83793102 or lmartin@aarts.net.au to discuss your specific requirements.
 
About Bundanon

Arthur Boyd opened the Bundanon Artist in Residence complex designed by Sydney architect Tonkin Zulakha, in 1998. As a gift to the Australian people, Arthur Boyd’s vision for Bundanon was to provide an inspirational haven for artists of every discipline and at all stages in their careers.

Bundanon advances contemporary art practice through fostering artists, producers/directors, as well as curators and educators engaged in research and development. Residencies under this program do not necessarily involve production-based outcomes. The residency supports artists’ new work, research and collaboration. Australian and international artists are hosted in purpose-built studios located at the Bundanon properties on the Shoalhaven River in NSW. As such, there is high prestige attached to having undergone a residency at Bundanon.

The Bundanon Trust Artist-in-Residence program is the largest program of its kind in Australia. The program welcomes around 350 artists each year from all disciplines and levels of experience, making it highly sought after by artists nationally. A residency experience at the Bundanon Trust provides artists with the opportunity to develop their art forms in the beautiful surroundings of the residency complex.

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