Artist-in-Residence Program

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Expressions of Interest have now closed for the 2024 Artist-in-Residence (AiR) program, at Police Point. 

About the Program 

The AiR program invites visual artists, cultural practitioners, curators, writers, musicians and researchers to participate in a residency to engage with the natural and human histories of the site, to explore challenging ideas, experiment, connect and collaborate.

The residency gives artists dedicated time devoted to the development of their practice, situated within the unique environments of Police Point and Point Nepean National Parks.

Themes for the program include raising broad awareness and appreciation for our environment, creative development about coastal concepts and/or the heritage of the area, responses to the impacts of climate change, and ecological ways of being. 

Taking place in four historic cottages at Police Point, the residency is it not simply a place to reside but a communal space that can lead to experimental collaboration and discourse between participants. 

Expressions of Interest

Expressions of interest have now closed. 

All applicants will be notified of the outcome by Friday April 19.