Wednesday 27 January. Professional Development Session for Members: Applying for Artist Residencies
January Professional Development Session: Applying for Artist Residencies
Are you curious about artist residencies? Dream of doing one, but don’t know where to start? Or would you like to apply for one again? Members are invited to book a one-on-one professional development session available only for Craft Victoria members.
Receive a 15-minute personal feedback session tailored to help you increase the success of your artist residency applications.
To support this personal development session, we recommend first attending the Artist Residency Advice Clinic with Amy Kennedy on Wednesday 20 January, An hour-long workshop with extensive professional insights and advice on how to develop your artist residency applications.
Date: Wednesday 27 January
Time: 1.00pm - 3.00pm (15 minute 1-on-1 consultations sessions available, select your window when you book)
Professional Development Sessions are exclusive to members and limited, 15 minute sessions are available on a first come, first serve basis.
Where: Online Zoom Meeting
Price: $10 for Craft Victoria Members
Once booked, Participants are able to submit work prior for review with instructions on how to submit sent closer to the date.
This professional development session will operate as a Zoom Meeting. All you will need is a smartphone or a computer with a camera and microphone, and access to the internet. Please let us know if you’re not able to access the required technology.
Please be advised you must be a member of Craft Victoria
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About Amy Kennedy
Amy Kennedy is a mid-career Ceramic Artist based in Melbourne. Her work is guided by a deep interest in the aesthetics of materiality, process and transformation.
Amy graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Honours from RMIT University in 2006 and a Masters of Arts Management from RMIT University in 2020.
Her career highlights include being awarded artists residencies at The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park Japan, Baer Art Center Iceland, Anderson Ranch Arts Centre, Colorado USA, and the European Ceramic Work Centre in The Netherlands. In 2019 she was awarded a Career Development Grant from the Australia Council for the Arts and in 2015 first prize in the Toorak Village Sculpture Exhibition. Her work is held in the collections of the National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of South Australia, The Ian Potter Museum and Bendigo Art Gallery.
International artist residencies have had a profound and ongoing impact on Amy’s career, professionally and personally. This motivated her to launch the program, The International Artist, in 2018 to work with artists to get them closer to landing the artist residency of their dreams.
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