Applicants should have some expertise and experience in any one of the following areas:
- fine art
- graphic design
- creative writing
- new media art and other forms of creative expression.
The residency aims to promote Pacific art to the university community as well as nationally, regionally and internationally.
The residency is worth $18,000 for the three months and the artist will be required to present his/her work by way of exhibition or performance or a seminar presentation during or at the end of the residency. The selection panel will also be looking for an artist who is willing to engage and share his/her work with interested students and staff when available. Participation in university and Pasifika community outreach events is also encouraged should such opportunities arise.
Applicants must send in:
- a) a copy of updated CV, clearly stating areas of artistic experience and expertise;
- b) a one page project proposal explaining what you want to do including: the key ideas/themes of your project; rationale (why you are doing it); output (what you hope to produce); potential impact (some benefits to the community); and what is unique about your project.
Short-listed applicants may be asked to submit further information if required. The residency is due to start in mid-April 2017
Applications should be sent as attachment (preferably in PDF) to Patricia Ydgren at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date is March 15 2017.