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The Centre for Projection Art's Artist-In-Residence program provides selected artists with resources and support to explore projection in their contemporary art practice.

A mentor is paired with the artist for the duration of the program, and they are encouraged to explore, experiment and work responsively to grow their concepts in new directions. 

Centre for Projection Art, 2024 Artist-In-Residence Program
is now closed.

CPA Residency supports emerging contemporary visual artists working in the digital new media spaces who are excited by and want to further explore and develop the use of projections through their art practice.  

 

Participants work in a self-directed way and have regular meetings with their mentor. Facilitated group conversations can be online or with the option to have onsite access to our studio at the Collingwood yards. These meetings can encourage experimentation, workshop existing or emerging ideas, or look at particular work sites. It's a chance to share knowledge, skills and create outcomes that incorporates projections into their practice.

Centre for Projection Art will provide professional development opportunities throughout this residency program led by the needs of the selected artistic practices. The artists will receive an honorarium of $1000 to participate in this residency.

We work with you to showcase the outcomes of your work in public spaces and in other contexts that suit your ideas and practice, led by you. These works may also be curated and programmed into Centre for Projection Art exhibitions, events and festivals (subject to additional funding and agreement). The Centre for Projection Art prides itself on developing ongoing relationships with all our artists.

For the 2024 residency (April - December 2024), we invite artists specifically addressing ecological awareness and climate change urgencies in their studio practices.

The artworks will be part of the Gertrude Street Projection Festival

The residency will continue beyond the festival as an opportunity for the artists to evaluate and learn from their exhibited works.. 

Residency Program Dates:

Residency, 2024:   17 April 2024 - 13 December 2024 (8-months) 
Applications open: 19 March 2024
Applications close: 5 April 2024, midnight
Notification dates: 12 April 2024

Outcomes: Resident artworks will be curated into the Gertrude Street Projection Festival 2024 on Gertrude Street alongside an offsite showcase at the Main Screen of Fed Square.

 

APPLY HERE.

INFORMATION AND FAQS

Centre for Projection Art, Masterclass in Projection Art 
EOI is currently closed.

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This program shows contemporary artists how their projects and practice can benefit from projections and create a space to test and experiment ideas with new media. The focus is to embed projections into their existing practice, for both gallery and Public Art contexts. By the end of the Masterclass, each participant will have a deeper understanding of the medium and a facilitated space to create a proposal for a site-specific projection-based artwork that can be used in the future.

Centre for Projection Art's Masterclass in Projection Art has been generously supported by the City of MelbourneThe Meat MarketEPSON, and Lupa.

GSPF Volunteer EOI 

We need your help to make GSPF come alive this winter. Volunteers are needed for our Street team, Invigilators, Front of house, Bump in/out crew, and Block party crew. All shifts will be 3 - 5 hours throughout the Festival.

 

In return for your time we can provide: 

- Exclusive Q&A Session with GSPF/CPA personnel post-festival

- Access to selected ticketed/VIP events 

- Food & Drink tokens

- Artist rates when hiring CPA equipment

We'd like to hear  about you, fitting a role to get most out of your experience. Our volunteers are everything to us and we do our best to make sure you're looked after.

 

Centre for Projection Art is committed to fostering inclusivity and equality. We encourage people of all abilities, backgrounds, cultures, orientations and expressions to apply.

 

More information and apply through the this form

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Jarra Karalinar Steel and Kait James, SAV/OUR, 2022. Sullivan Bay, Sorrento.

Image courtesy of Anatol Pit

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