Applications are now open for the Wharepuke/Dalton Trust Kerikeri Artist in Residency 2018 and close on 30 March at 5pm.
Valued at $5,500.00, the 2018 residency is now open for proposals for artists to create a permanent work on site for the Wharepuke Sculpture Park.
- 4-week funded residency – between May 1st and November 30th2018 – Wharepuke will negotiate with the accepted artist to fix the exact dates.
- Artists fee $3,500.00
- Accommodation (valued at $2000.00) – self-contained one bed cottage set within 5 acres of award winning subtropical garden – partners welcome
- Free wi-fi internet (in cottage)
- Free Studio space if desired – 25m2
- Outdoor 6 x 3 m covered work area
- Outdoor 3 x 3 m covered work area
- Exhibition at Art at Wharepuke gallery during the residency if desired– working drawings/maquettes/other related work etc. – artist’s floor talk and/or slide presentation
- Opening exhibition reception provided by Art at Wharepuke
- Web sites – Wharepuke Sculpture Park, Art at Wharepuke & Artist Residency web page
- Marketing/Publicity – gallery newsletter (over 800 on data base) opening reception for gallery presentation, listings, local press etc.
- Opportunity to site other works for sale in the Sculpture Park
- A permanent work made on-site for Wharepuke Sculpture Park
- Artist’s floor talk and/or slide presentation to local community
- Interaction with sculpture park visitors – Artists should be prepared to engage with visitors, school groups etc. to the sculpture park where appropriate
- Any specialist equipment for sound, video installation pieces
- Specialist tools necessary for your work
To apply for the funded artist residency please download the application form from the Wharepuke Sculpture Park website here
Image – Regan Gentry The Fall of Water, Wharepuke Dalton Trust Artist in Residence 2017