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In 2018 St George’s Dance and Theatre programme will proudly host 10 artists-in-residence. Emerging artists of all disciplines are invited to apply. Each residency will last for a duration 2 - 4 weeks. Dates may be proposed by the artist.

The Cathedral’s residency programme is non-outcome focussed, allowing artists to explore and self-direct in a supportive, resourced environment. In 2018 our key goals are to:

  1. nurture a range of diverse, emerging artists
  2. provide space and support during the initiation or development stages of innovative new works
  3. activate Cathedral Square through artistic ‘interventions’ (may be small scale, open studio hours, public showings through to more ambitious performance or site-specific experimentation)

Artists will be provided with: a promotional platform, an arts performance provocateur and Monday - Saturday access to the Cathedral’s Burt Memorial Hall. (Lower Hall and/or Upper Hall. Each space is a large wooden floored hall equipped with a kitchen and bathroom.) Other studio spaces will also be available and artists are invited to work within and around the Cathedral venue/grounds in a way that best serves their artistic interests and practice (TBD with Residency Coordinator).

To apply:

Complete the application questions (1 page total)

Provide a 1 page biography. (Biographies for any artists collaborating with you during the residency must be included within the 1 page limit.)

Send to: danceandtheatre@perthcathedral.org

Deadline: 5pm on 9 March 2018

APPLICATION QUESTIONS

What are you interested in?

Why do you want to explore that interest at St George’s Cathedral?

What are your future imaginings for this interest and/or your goals as an artist?

Please provide a written statement (no more than 500 words) of 3 imagined on-site ‘interventions’.

In 2018 St George’s Dance and Theatre programme will proudly host 10 artists-in-residence. Emerging artists of all disciplines are invited to apply. Each residency will last for a duration 2 - 4 weeks. Dates may be proposed by the artist.

The Cathedral’s residency programme is non-outcome focussed, allowing artists to explore and self-direct in a supportive, resourced environment. In 2018 our key goals are to:

  1. nurture a range of diverse, emerging artists
  2. provide space and support during the initiation or development stages of innovative new works
  3. activate Cathedral Square through artistic ‘interventions’ (may be small scale, open studio hours, public showings through to more ambitious performance or site-specific experimentation)

Artists will be provided with: a promotional platform, an arts performance provocateur and Monday - Saturday access to the Cathedral’s Burt Memorial Hall. (Lower Hall and/or Upper Hall. Each space is a large wooden floored hall equipped with a kitchen and bathroom.) Other studio spaces will also be available and artists are invited to work within and around the Cathedral venue/grounds in a way that best serves their artistic interests and practice (TBD with Residency Coordinator).

To apply:

Complete the application questions (1 page total)

Provide a 1 page biography. (Biographies for any artists collaborating with you during the residency must be included within the 1 page limit.)

Send to: danceandtheatre@perthcathedral.org

Deadline: 5pm on 9 March 2018

APPLICATION QUESTIONS

What are you interested in?

Why do you want to explore that interest at St George’s Cathedral?

What are your future imaginings for this interest and/or your goals as an artist?

Please provide a written statement (no more than 500 words) of 3 imagined on-site ‘interventions’.