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Selwyn District Council Digital Residency

Selwyn District Council Digital Residency

Job details

Organisation
Selwyn District Council
Closes
3 May 2019
Region
Canterbury
Work type
Awards, grants & residencies
Work classification
Community & Access Arts, Digital & Technology

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Selwyn District Council would like to invite artists to respond to the opportunity to explore the intersection of Science, Technology and Art. With the aid of a 3D printer the artist will be asked to create a pop-up studio at Leeston Library, offering opportunities for the public to engage and interact with the art in progress through artists talk(s) and workshop(s).  It is expected that the artist will use their time to explore and deepen their practice, while leaving a legacy piece for the library, responding to the modern library environment and reflecting the symbolism of Aotearoa New Zealand. 

The residency will take place in May, 2019 at our Leeston library.

The library will:

Provide a workspace

  • Provide communications support (residency promotion and documentation)

  • Provide access to wifi network, chromebook computers and 3D printers

  • Pay an artists fee up to the value of $1500 (to include materials).

The artist will:

  • Occupy the workspace for at least 80% of the available time

  • Be available for public interaction and conversation for all time present at the workspace.

  • Produce at least one public workshops or artist talk (to be coordinated with the library team)

  • Produce a piece of work for permanent exhibition, to be retained by the library.

The artist and library will collaborate to create the best outcome for the community and will be supported by Arts, Culture and Heritage Selwyn District Arts Coordinator.

How to apply

Please send expressions of interest and attached documentation to Arts Coordinator Becca Bouffandeau, arts@selwyn.govt.nz before 3 May, 2019

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Selwyn District Council

15 Apr 2019