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Arts Tasmania Jeju International Residency

This program supports Tasmanian artists to undertake a cultural exchange residency in Jeju Province in South Korea.

See Arts Tasmania Jeju International Residency for more information about the program.

The Arts Tasmania Jeju International Residency is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia-Korea Foundation of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

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2018 Jeju artist case study - Penny Burnett

Lanterns. Photo: Penny Burnett

2018 Jeju artist case study - Penny Burnett

Visual artists, Dr Penny Burnett and Dr Megan Walch were the recipients of the inaugural Arts Tasmania Jeju International Residency on Jeju Island, Korea. The Arts Tasmania Jeju International Residency program is a reciprocal exchange between Arts Tasmania and the Jeju Foundation for the Arts.

Penny and Megan both spent around six weeks in residence at the Artspace IAa on Jeju Island in Korea in late 2018.

Penny Burnett is a visual artist based in Hobart and sessional tutor at the University of Tasmania College of the Arts. Penny recently completed her ... read more

2018 Jeju artist case study - Megan Walch

Detail of Lava form, Jeju Stone Park

2018 Jeju artist case study - Megan Walch

Visual artists, Dr Penny Burnett and Dr Megan Walch were the recipients of the inaugural Arts Tasmania Jeju International Residency on Jeju Island, Korea.

The Arts Tasmania Jeju International Residency program is a reciprocal exchange between Arts Tasmania and the Jeju Foundation for the Arts.

Penny and Megan both spent around six weeks in residence at the Artspace IAa on Jeju Island in Korea in late 2018.

Dr Megan Walch is a mid-career visual artist and educator who exploits the extreme plastic conditions of painting and drawing media to cross cultural and aesthetic ... read more