Contemporary textiles residency 2016 – applications now open
The Portland Artist Residency Program is based in the seaside town of Portland , Victoria , Australia.

What is on offer?

Portland Artist Residency Program Contemporary textiles residency 2016

Expression of interest – short term residency

Portland Artist Residency program is offering an opportunity for an emerging

to mid career artist to spend time developing new work and engaging with the local arts community in Portland.

This EOI is open to contemporary textile artists  including expanded craft practice.

The artist may propose preferred dates that they wish to undertake their residency.

Residency between the dates May 1st —July 30th or November 1st—Dec. 15th

  • 2 to 3 weeks short stay residency
  • Free accommodation in the two bedroom self contained apartment
  • Artists are expected to provide a negotiated community engagement event
  • Access available to adjacent studios including portland bay press

The apartment is :

  • A unique heritage building, fully self-contained, spacious and north facing
  • Includes a large work space within the apartment
  • Centrally located in Portland CBD and close to Portland bay and cafes
  • Equipped with wifi internet

Please include in your submission.

  • One page CV
  • Up to 10 images of your work (maximum size 1 MB each)
  • Brief outline of your intended work during the residency

(Please include your ideas for a community engagement event and your

preferred dates of stay)

Deadline for submissions: March 31st


Who is the opportunity for?

Contemporary textile artists

Who is providing the opportunity?

Portland artist residency program

Who is eligible and what is required?

early to mid career artists - email an application

What is the closing date or deadline?


How much does it cost?


How do people book or get involved?

via website

Contact Details


Portland, Victoria, Australia

Contemporary textiles residency 2016 – applications now open

Portland, Victoria, Australia

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