The Tasmanian Residencies program supports individual artists and collaborations working in any artform to undertake residencies at a variety of locations across Tasmania.
See Residencies for more information about the program.
Angela Casey - Tasmanian Residency Program
Tuesday, 1 August 2017
Angela Casey is an emerging visual artist who was a recipient of an Arts Tasmania Residency grant to undertake an four week residency at the Port Arthur Historic Site. Angela used both the location and collection as a resource for developing photographic and digital projection works towards two future exhibitions.
The Tasmanian Residencies program supports individual artists and collaborations working in any artform to undertake residencies at a variety of locations across Tasmania. Artists can apply for between four – eight weeks for either a Dombrovskis Parks and Wildlife ... read more
Pip Mott - Arts Tasmania Claudio Alcorso International Residency
Thursday, 27 July 2017
The Arts Tasmania Claudio Alcorso International Residency program is offered by Arts Tasmania in partnership with the Claudio Alcorso Foundation, it supports individual artists working in any artform to undertake self-directed residencies and professional development opportunities overseas. International activities may include masterclasses or workshops, internships or mentorships or any other significant international professional development opportunities.
Artists may apply for $7 000 for projects of four weeks or more, or $3 500 for project less than four weeks.
Pip Mott is an emerging curator ... read more
Tracey Allen - Arts Tasmania Claudio Alcorso International Residency
Tuesday, 9 February 2015
Tracey Allen is a designer who passionately believes that visual communication plays an essential role in improving our world and the lives of the people who share it. She received an Arts Tasmania Claudio Alcorso International Residency grant of $7 000 in 2015 towards meeting and working with practitioners and attend service design workshops and masterclasses in the United Kingdom.
We asked her a few questions about the experience, here are her responses:
Could you briefly describe your Alcorso Residency?
I ... read more
Sue Henderson - Tasmanian Residencies
Monday, 4 January 2016
Sue Henderson is a visual artist based in Launceston and Lecturer in Art at the Tasmanian College of the Arts at Inveresk. In late 2015 Sue undertook a month-long residency at Rocky Cape National Park through Arts Tasmania's residencies program.
Can you briefly describe your current arts practice?
I am a visual artist working with various painting media on paper ranging from large-scale ink paintings to ephemeral ... read more
Halcyon Macleod - Arts Tasmania Claudio Alcorso International Residency
Wednesday, 12 August 2015
Halcyon Macleod is a writer, experimental theatre maker and former co-artistic director of the performance ensemble My Darling Patricia.
In 2014, she received funding support through Arts Tasmania's Claudio Alcorso International Residency to complete an international artist's residency in Barbados.
She used the residency to develop a new project - Crawl Me Blood, which is a radio docu-drama and an interdisciplinary art work inspired by the writings of Caribbean Author Jean Rhys.
What did you do in Barbados?
I was hosted by ... read more
Fiona Fraser - Tasmanian Residency program
Wednesday, 15 July 2015
Fiona Fraser undertook a two month Arts Tasmania residency on Maria lsland in 2011. Here are some insights and comments from her time.
Tell us about yourself and your work.
After completing my Bachelor of Fine Art and Honours at Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, I moved to Hobart and studied the Masters of Art Design and Environment. Throughout my career as an artist I have worked in a wide range of media (printmaking, drawing, silversmithing, sculpture, installation, performance and photography). ... read more
Case study: Trisha Dunn - Arts Tasmania Claudio Alcorso International Residency
Wednesday, 11 February 2015
Trisha Dunn is an established Tasmanian dance artist. She was the recipient of the Claudio Alcorso Foundation Fellowship* in 2008, which enabled her to spend three months in Italy working with two organisations.
Here are some insights from Trisha’s Fellowship experiences.
Where did you spend most of your time and what did you do?
My time was divided between two residencies. The first ... read more
Case study: Marisa Molin - Tasmanian Residency program
Wednesday, 11 February 2015
Marisa Molin is a Tasmanian Contemporary Jeweller and the Director of Sawtooth ARI Gallery in Launceston. She has been the recipient of a number of residencies both within Tasmania and internationally and has just completed an Arts Tasmania residency at the Currie Harbour Cultural Centre on King Island.
What were you doing whilst on your residency at King Island?
I walk ... read more