Applications Now Open for 2018 Artspace One Year Studio Program, Due 1 November

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Since 2015, Artspace has provided Studios Free for Artists: year-long, rent-free studios that support artists to develop new work and methodologies in an open and critically-engaged environment.

This program is part of a 10-year vision to support 70 artists across generations — from emerging to established, and across all media — to embrace risk and experimentation in their practice.

Artspace is the only Australian organisation to provide free long-term artists’ studios, supported by an unparalleled partnership with UNSW Art & Design which, as well as providing access to its leading research and production facilities, generates connectivity and curatorial dialogue through our jointly presented International Visiting Curators Program.

Each year a panel comprised of Artspace staff and Board selects seven artists to take residence for one year. Selection for the studio program will be made in November, and announced publicly on 9 December at the 2017 Artspace Finissage.

Apply Online Now
Applications Due | Midnight, Wednesday 1 November 2017 (AEST)

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Dystopian Candy: Damian Dillon

 

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ES74 Gallery is proud to present Damian Dillon’s, Dystopian Candy. 

Opening on the 14th of September from 6-9pm, running through until the 30th of September.

Dillon’s Dystopian Candy via a Derridean mindset explores paradox, process and repetition to reveal the expose a dark beauty within the natural and urban landscape.


Opening night: Thursday 14th September from 6-9 pm! 

FREE Launch pad events at NAS

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Launch Pad free events for NAS students and alumni:

The artist speaks: presenting your work to different audiences

Guest speakers including leading Australian artists and industry figures will discuss strategies and methods for discussing your work with different audiences – whether it be a gallerist, collector, benefactor, or interested members of the public.

 

The written word: the importance of the artist statement

Sebastian Goldspink will lead a lively panel discussion analysing real artist statements and break down effective strategies as to how to craft an exemplary artist statement and biography.