TRAVELLING ARTIST RESIDENCY
Proposal submissions currently CLOSED.
Amongst our gallery and six studio spaces, Watch This Space reserves one studio for artists living ‘out of town’ – interstate, overseas or outside the NT’s Central Desert region.
A fully subsidised studio space: 3.8 x 3.5m with desk and chair, including air-conditioning split-system.
Creative, practical and professional support from our Coordinator.
The opportunity to work in a creative environment amongst five other studio artists as well as local and interstate exhibiting artists.
Use of WTS tools and equipment (prior arrangement ideal).
Communal kitchen with fridge, microwave and tea/coffee making facilities.
Central location: only a 10 minute walk from the town centre, shops and supermarket. We also have a bike for Travelling Artists if necessary.
Possibility of an Open Studio event at the end of the residency (if WTS Creative Program permits).
One month (negotiable)
FREE studio hire!
$150 bond (refundable on return of studio to its original state)
Please note: accommodation is not included, however, we can provide a list of places to stay nearby to suit a range of budgets. Artists are encouraged to apply for funding to assist with expenses. We are happy to provide a Letter of Support to assist with funding applications.
Please submit the following to email@example.com as ONE PDF:
Your name and contact details: phone, email, residential address, website
Cover letter explaining why you would like to do a residency in Alice Springs and what kind of project you will undertake
3 preferred months to undertake residency (in order of preference)
Good quality visual support material. Between 5-10 images, or 3 links to video/multimedia works (per artist). Please include artwork details (title, year, medium, dimensions). Note: if your work is video/performance based you MUST include video content. Video stills are not sufficient.
Artist CV (max. 2 pages per artist)
If unable to download, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy
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Image: Milly Cobb & Pops Bagnall, Travelling Artists in Residence, who completed a 3 month residency in 2013.