TAUTAI FALE-SHIP Home Residencies

ARTIST CALLOUT for TAUTAI FALE-SHIP Home Residencies πŸšπŸ πŸ’• Β 


Applications due Friday 5th June at midday – APPLY NOW!

Moana artists make some of their best work at home; at the kitchen table, in living rooms surrounded by family, in bedrooms and garages, in home studios where we feel safe and connected to those around us. We are constantly creating and thinking of new ideas, informed by the people and places that give life to our creativity.

During this time of unprecedented change, we invite our community to share their home practice as artists in residence, responding to a period of global transformation through a localised lens. Experienced digitally but grounded in the physical, the TAUTAI FALE-SHIP Home Residencies place value on the everyday experiences of Moana artists operating in their own centres.

Concluding the TAUTAI FALE-SHIP Home Residencies, the development of new works from participating artists may culminate in a group show held at Tautai Gallery in 2021.

APPLY NOWΒ 
Tautai is inviting Te moana nui a Kiwa artists living in Aotearoa to apply for a series of 1-week fellowship residencies from home. There are 20 places available from July to December 2020 – this opportunity is open to arts practitioners from visual arts, music, sculpture, dance, design, poetry, prose, performing arts, film and fashion through to emerging art forms. Artists will undertake a 1-week deep dive into exploring the creative wellbeing, inspiration, disruption, and coping mechanisms used as part of their creative processes.

🐚 For more information on how to apply visit: tautai.org/fale-ship-callout
🐚 Applications are due by Friday 5th June 2020 at midday
🐚 Assessments will take place 5-11 June and applicants will be notified by Friday 12 June 5pm 2020
🐚 Successful applicants will receive $1000 NZD koha each

Follow our wave as we navigate the digital Moana together! 🌊🌊🌊
Stay Creative! Stay Connected! #tautai4lyfe

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