2016 Asialink Arts Residency Program Application Information

Phillip Adams BalletLab, AVIARY, MONA FOMA Festival Hobart, 2012. Photo: Jeff Busby

Phillip Adams BalletLab, AVIARY, MONA FOMA Festival Hobart, 2012. Photo: Jeff Busby



Applicants must apply online using SmartyGrants. Applications can be saved and worked on at a later date. Make sure you write down your application login details and application number in case you require technical support. You will receive an email confirmation once submitted. Applications are now closed.

The aim of Asialink's Arts Residency Program is to create meaningful and enduring relationships between individuals and organisations in Australia and Asia. Asialink works in partnership with arts residency centres in the region to realise this goal. Asialink Arts Residencies are professional development opportunities, aimed at being mutually beneficial to both host and resident. This two-way knowledge and skills transfer is emphasised by way of our Reciprocal Residency and Residency Laboratory programs. Outcomes of the program occur immediately and on an ongoing and long-term basis. Since 1991, the Asialink's Arts Residency Program has created a new generation of Asia-Capable arts professionals.

Grant Information

Residency Hosts and Models

Applicants to Asialink's Arts Residency Program for 2016 can select from one of the following models of residency:

Technical support

Have you tried the SmartyGrants Help Guide for Applicants? If so and your question remains unanswered, please contact the SmartyGrants help desk during standard business hours:

T: +61 3 9320 6888

E: service@smartygrants.com.au

Program Enquiries

Have you tried the Frequently Asked Questions section (PDF) on Asialink's website? If so and your question remains unanswered, please contact Asialink:

E: arts-residencies@asialink.unimelb.edu.au