Artists In Residence
Robert Agostino 2011-12 artist in residence; photo Sean Davey
PhotoAccess offers residency opportunities to a number of artists each year, including established and emerging artists.
Emerging artists selected from graduating students of the ANU School of Art and the Canberra Institute of Technology are strongly represented in the program. Indigenous artists have also been strongly represented since 2006 when funding under the ACT component of the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy allowed us to extend the program.
The aims of the residency program are to:
• assist emerging artists to develop their practice and present work to a wider audience
• provide established artists with opportunities to acquire new skills and produce and show new work.
Support for artists in residence includes membership of PhotoAccess, use of facilities and equipment, free enrolment in courses and workshops, help with grants applications, informal mentoring and advice, technical and creative support with projects and, in some cases, exhibition opportunities.
Details of each residency and the support provided are decided on a case-by-case basis and normally run for one year.
PhotoAccess awards four emerging artists residencies each year to students graduating in photomedia:
• two are awarded to graduates of the ANU School of Art through the Emerging Artists Support Scheme (EASS)
• two are awarded to graduates in photomedia from the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT).
Each year we award residencies to one or more emerging Indigenous photographers. The residencies culminate in a NAIDOC Week exhibition in the HUW DAVIES GALLERY.
Emerging artist residencies are supported by funding under the ACT component of the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy (VACS).
Other residencies are awarded on the basis of proposals submitted to PhotoAccess. Artists considering residencies should contact PhotoAccess in the first instance to discuss their ideas and needs before submitting a proposal.
2012 artists in residence
Emerging artists in residence are Holly Granville-Edge and Jack Brandtman (EASS, ANU School of Art) and Stephen Corey and Ginette Snow (CIT). Other 2012 artists in residence are Robert Agostino, Julia Boyd, Elena Papanikolakis and Tracey Benson with Martin Drury.
HUW DAVIES GALLERY exhibitions by artists in residence were:
• Josh Wodak, Sense of surroundings
• Ginette Snow, Just families
• Stephen Corey, alpha waves, beta waves
• Holly Granville-Edge, Chimera
• Jack Brandtman, Interval
Past artists in residence
Emerging artists in residence were Katherine Griffiths and Natalie Azzopardi (EASS, ANU School of Art), Kerstin Styche (CIT and 2011 Emerging Indigenous Photographer) and Teri Robertson (CIT). Other residencies were awarded to Josh Wodak, Wendy Fairclough (South Australian glass artist, a short term residency to develop digital images for a glass art commission by the Museum of Australian Democracy) and Robert Agostino.
HUW DAVIES GALLERY exhibitions by 2011 artists in residence were:
• Kerstin Styche, Walan Budhang Yinaagirrbang (Strong Black Women )
• Kerstin Styche, Identity through our eyes
• Natalie Azzopardi, Beyond the Laughing Sky
• Katherine Griffiths, Naturally Beautiful
Emerging artists were Chris Whitelaw and George Emerson (EASS, ANU School of Art), Jamila Toderas and Holly Treadaway (CIT), Nic Radoll, Tyrell Kamira Sams, Jo Kamira and Lyndy Delian (2010 Emerging Indigenous Photographers).
HUW DAVIES GALLERY exhibitions by 2010 artists in residence were:
• Nic Radoll, Tyrell Kamira Sams, Jo Kamira and Lyndy Delian, 4 Emerging Indigenous Photographers
• Jamila Toderas, In my nightmares
• Holly Treadaway, sticks &stones
• Chris Whitelaw, The Shades of November
Emerging artists were TJ Phillipson and Heather Kerr (EASS, ANU School of Art), Cate McDonald (CIT), Lyndy Delian (2009 Emerging Indigenous Photographer). Other residencies were awarded to Lauren Hewitt, Jon Lewis (a short term dark room based residency to produce images from visits to Pacific countries) and Ruth Maddison (supported by the 2008 Regional Arts Fund and the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council for the Arts).
HUW DAVIES GALLERY exhibitions by 2009 artists in residence were:
• Lyndy Delian, 1200 0
• Lauren Hewitt, Familiar Fable
• Ruth Maddison, There is a time
• TJ Phillipson, Semblance
Emerging artists were Anna Madeleine and Isha Bae (EASS, ANU School of Art), Eve Conroy (CIT), Otis Williams (2008 Emerging Indigenous Photographer). Other residencies were awarded to Duncan Smith (with support from the ACT Arts Fund) and Rewa Nolan (with support from the Regional Arts Fund).
HUW DAVIES GALLERY exhibitions by 2008 artists in residence were:
• Otis Williams, Crossing
• Duncan Smith, Back to Country
• Rewa Nolan, Exposure
• Anna Madeleine, Uncharted
Emerging artists were Justin Clune and Majella Brown (EASS, ANU School of Art). Other residencies were awarded to Payal Sehgal Mahajan and Suzie Edwards and three artists, Jenni Kemarre Martiniello, Duncan Smith and Renee Smith participated in the Indigenous Artists Digital Storytelling Project.
HUW DAVIES GALLERY exhibitions by 2007 artists in residence were:
• Jenni Kemarre Martiniello, River
• Duncan Smith, Wiradjuri Echoes
• Renee Smith, Telling My Story
• Payal Sehgal Mahajan, Les bleues et les rouges
• Suzie Edwards, Please Don’t Send Me Home
• Justin Clune, Interval
• Majella Brown, Removed
Emerging artists were Erica Hurrell and Samuel Townsend (EASS, ANU School of Art), Brad Ferguson (CIT), Dan O’Day, and two artists, Leise Guthridge and Liz McNiven, participated in the Indigenous Artists Digital Storytelling Project. A residency was awarded to Sonia Turner.
HUW DAVIES GALLERY exhibitions by 2006 artists in residence were:
• Leise Guthridge, Sisters’ stories—Anna
• Liz McNiven, Spiritual Land
• Dan O’Day, Still
• Erica Hurrell, Fifteen Minutes
• Samuel Townsend, Bleeding Lines
• Sonia Turner, Out of the woodwork: The People and Place of Bungendore
Emerging artists were Rose Osborne and Tim Thomas (EASS, ANU School of Art). Other residencies were awarded to Barbie Robinson (assisted by a grant from the 2005 ACT Seniors Grants Program), Denys Delvigne (assisted by the Embassy of France), and Darren Clarke.
HUW DAVIES GALLERY exhibitions by 2005 artists in residence were:
• Rose Osborne, Blank
• Tim Thomas, Fragment
• Denys Delvigne, One Day(s)
• Barbie Robinson, 256 Shades of Grey
• Darren Clarke, The fringe dwellers
Emerging artists were Madeleine Donovan and Lauren Hewitt (EASS, ANU School of Art). Other residencies were awarded to Rozalind Drummond and Mary Hutchison for a project made possible by an ACT Arts at the Cutting Edge program grant.
HUW DAVIES GALLERY exhibitions by 2004 artists in residence were:
• Madeleine Donovan and Lauren Hewitt, Latent
• Rozalind Drummond and Mary Hutchison, Mirror City