2017 Residency | CIT Advanced Diploma Photography Graduate PhotoAccess Residency EOI

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(Image left to right: Inaugural Dark Matter resident David Flanagan, CIT Bachelor of Photography resident Thea McGrath, National Gallery of Australia's Curator of Photography Anne O'Hehir and CIT Bachelor of Photography resident Hayley Boyle, in front of Akin to Lust exhibition by Hayley Boyle.)

CIT Advanced Diploma in Photography Graduate PhotoAccess Residency: Call for expressions of interest
PhotoAccess is now accepting expressions of interest for our 2017 CIT Advanced Diploma in Photography Graduate residency.

This residency and exhibition opportunity is for one emerging photo-based artist from the ACT or surrounding region graduating from the CIT Advanced Diploma in Photography in 2016. The artist-in-residence will have the opportunity to develop and showcase contemporary photo-based art in a supportive and stimulating artistic environment - receiving technical and creative support and access to PhotoAccess facilities in 2017. The residency is intended to support the completion of one body of work, to be exhibited in the PhotoAccess Huw Davies Gallery in December 2017. The residency will be awarded by PhotoAccess based on the student's application and work exhibited at the 2016 CIT Graduating Exhibition at the High Court of Australia.

To express interest in the PhotoAccess CIT Advanced Diploma Photography Graduate residency program in 2017, please complete the pdf application and email this through along with the requested documentation to thea@photoaccess.org.au by Thursday 17th November 2016:

CIT Advanced Diploma Photography Graduate application

*note: the PDF application is an editable PDF document that MUST be downloaded and saved before content is entered.

Please don't hesitate to call Thea McGrath on 6295 7810 or email thea@photoaccess.org.au with any questions prior to submitting an expression of interest.

For more information on PhotoAccess residencies and past residents, click here.