The following artists have been successful in receiving funding for residencies through Arts Tasmania's International and Tasmanian Residencies program.
The program offers artists the choice of three options; an international residency through a partnership between the Alcorso Foundation and Arts Tasmania; a wilderness residency in one of nine available in Tasmanian national parks; or a cultural residency in one of eight available Tasmanian cultural and heritage sites.
Round 1 - March
The Arts Tasmania Claudio Alcorso International Fellowship
- Philippa Mott, Curatorial Assistant at Mona, will undertake a five-week tour of Europe to attend a workshop at the Royal College of the Arts in London, the 57th Venice Biennale, Documenta in Athens and Skulptur Projekte in Germany building upon her existing international network. She received $7 000 towards the residency
- Vivienne Cutbush is an emerging multi-disciplinary artist, writer and poet based in Hobart. Her interest is in the intersection of language and art making. Vivienne will undertake a four-week residency at Rocky Cape to interact with the local community and experiment with new forms in her practice to develop a long-form, non-fiction graphic novel. She received $2 500 towards the residency.
- Julie Gough received $3 750 towards a residency at Woolmers Estate in 2018 to continue her investigations into her family connections to Norfolk Plains, Woolmers and Brickendon estates.
- Stephanie Han is an emerging curator who will undertake an eight-week residency at the Hobart Female Factory. Through exploring the sites artefacts and heritage staff’s knowledge of the collection Stephanie will curate an exhibition working from the collection of objects and stories of the Female Factory. She received $5 000 towards the residency.
- Emily Sheppard is a classically trained violinist and violist who will undertake residencies at Mole Creek Caves and Hastings Caves. Emily received $2 500 towards the residency.