Creative Recovery and Resilience Program Residencies – EOI
- COST: FREE
- PRESENTER: Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres
- WHEN: 1 November 2021 - 28 November 2021
Residency applications now open
Residencies in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts and Cultural Practice, and
Community Arts and Cultural Development
Ainslie and Gorman have four residency opportunities now open for application as part of the Creative Recovery and Resilience Program in partnership with artsACT. We are looking for ACT-based and connected artists, arts workers, and cultural practitioners from all stages of careers to be part of this paid residency opportunity.
Two residencies are dedicated to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander identifying artists, arts workers and cultural practitioners, and two residencies are dedicated to artists, arts workers or cultural practitioners interested in Community Arts and Cultural Development.
You will have access to financial support, mentorship opportunities, access to space, as well as being supported by our experienced Programs team.
These residencies are designed to provide successful applicants with financial, creative and career support tailored to their specific creative practice needs and goals.
Applicants who are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQA+, that live with disability, are under 25 years of age, or applicants from linguistically and culturally diverse backgrounds, are encouraged to apply!
We particularly encourage Ngunnawal artists and cultural practitioners to apply!
- Download general information about the residency program here.
- Access information about residencies in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts and Cultural Practice here.
- Access information about residencies in Community Arts and Cultural Development here.
Accessible format documents available soon.
Applications close 23.59pm, Sunday 28 November.
View our Q+A session recording here.
Read our Frequently Asked Questions.
If you need assistance to prepare your EOI, we would be more than happy to help!
Nyssa Miller, Creative Recovery and Resilience Producer
Ainslie + Gorman Arts Centres
Email: Nyssa.Miller@agac.com.au or phone 6182 0000
This is a project of the ACT Government’s Creative Recovery and Resilience Program.