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Toi pōneke arts centre - new zealand school of music - te kōki sound art residency 2019/2020 - Call for applications

Job details

Organisation
Toi Pōneke Arts New Zealand School of Music - Te Kōki
Closes
11 Aug 2019
Region
Wellington
Work type
Awards, grants & residencies
Work classification
Screen & Sound

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Toi Pōneke Arts Centre and the New Zealand School of Music - Te Kōki are pleased to announce the 4th annual Sound Art Residency, with a call for submissions.

What’s on offer

With support from Toi Pōneke and NZSM, the successful candidate will undertake a 12-week residency, which could culminate in an exhibition at Toi Pōneke Gallery, and/ or a series of public programmes. The candidate will have access to the Lilburn Studios and Sonic Arts Lab at NZSM, along with other equipment and resources depending on the nature of the work undertaken and subject to the availability of these resources. Toi Pōneke will provide the candidate with a studio space to work, the gallery space for an exhibition for 3 weeks. The successful candidate will also be provided logistical support, and assistance with publicising activities associated with the residency. They will be provided a stipend to help support them during their 12-week programme $6450.00 (gross) and a flat materials grant of $500 towards their exhibition.  At the completion of the residency the successful candidate will be required to provide a report and provide feedback on their residency to Toi Pōneke and NZSM.

 

How to apply

Please check toiponeke.nz  for full details of what's on offer,  how to apply, documents and dropbox to submit your application.

Written by

Wellington City Council - City Arts

23 Jul 2019

Interests Wellington City Council aims to make it easy for all Wellingtonians to access and participate in the arts. It does this by supporting the arts through funding, arts programmes and advice and by providing venues and facilities such as Toi Pōneke, Wellington Arts Centre.