2017 Asialink Arts Residencies Information Session, WA

The 2017 round of applications for Asialink Arts residencies will open on 28 July 2016. Interested in applying? Join Asialink and past Asialink Arts Resident Sally Richardson at the King St Art Centre for an introduction to the program and an opportunity for Q&A.

A DCA, WA Grants & Programs Officer will also give a brief presentation about the DCA grants program, with a focus on upcoming Fellowship grants.The Officer will be available to talk one-on-one about future applications following the presentations.

When: Thursday 5 May, 6:00 pm
Where: King St Art Centre, 365 Murray St, Perth WA 6000
RSVP: j.obrien@asialink.unimelb.edu.au

Since 1991 Asialink's Arts Residency Program has provided professional development opportunities for arts professionals working across artform, in exchange for the sharing of skills, knowledge and networks with local host communities. The program promotes sustained cross-cultural dialogue by facilitating reciprocal residencies and trialling new models of engagement.

An Asialink Arts Residency grant of up to $12,000 for three months goes towards travel, living and project expenses, and affords recipients the opportunity for in-depth research, stimulating cultural exchanges, international collaboration and uninterrupted time for creativity.

Image: Baden Pailthorpe, Still, MQ-9 Reaper II (That Others May Die), 2014, High Definition, two-channel 3D animation (3840 x 1080), colour, stereo, 6 mins. ED. 4 + 1AP. Sound engineer: Jack Prest.