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Opportunities

Creative Recovery and Resilience Residencies

Applications Open: 15 September 2021
Closing Date: Please see relevant position page.
Information Session: Thursday 16 September 2021 - VIEW RECORDING
Application Outcome Notified: Within two weeks of interview.
Residencies Take Place: Between October 2021 and May 2022

Program Description and Aims

In 2021-22, the University of Canberra (UC) and Belconnen Arts Centre (Belco Arts) are partnering to deliver Creative Recovery and Resilience Residences in Digital Innovation and Cross-Sector Engagement. The program will model distinct ways to cultivate long-term relationships and professional development, which can have an enduring impact on participating artists and organisations.

The Residency Program will support the ACT creative sector by strengthening cross-sector networks and building capacity through skills and knowledge exchange that fosters life-long learning for both artists and host organisations.

Piloting an Artist in Residency model centred around practices of care and attention to building and maintaining generative relationships, rather than accelerated productivity, we are calling for expressions of interest in five positions within this inaugural program.

  1. Emerging Creative Producer
  2. Artist in Residence: Digital Innovation (Emerging)
  3. Artist in Residence: Digital Innovation (Mid-Career/Established)
  4. Artist in Residence: Cross-Sector Engagement (Emerging)
  5. Artist in Residence: Cross-Sector Engagement (Mid-Career/Established)

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Creative Recovery and Resilience Forum

Applications Open: 13 September 2021
Closing Date: 8 October 2021
Application Outcome Notified: 15 October 2021
Events Take Place: October 2021 and May 2022

Project Description and Aims

The University of Canberra (UC) is partnering with artsACT to host the Creative Recovery and Resilience Forum.

The Creative Recovery and Resilience Forum is a platform for exploring themes, issues and opportunities for the ACT creative sector relating to recovery and resilience. The Forum is also a platform for the projects in the artsACT Creative Recovery and Resilience Program.

The Forum supports the ACT creative sector by seeking to strengthen sector networks and build capacity through delivering public activities that enable dialogue, knowledge exchange and sharing of practices. The Forum will adopt a creative-led approach to the delivery of its nine activities.

There are two opportunities within the Creative Recovery and Resilience Forum

  1. Writer in Residence
  2. Producer

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