Carclew: Meet our 2019 residents | Grant round opens | Stage Sparks is back | Exhibition

Carclew: Meet our 2019 residents | Grant round opens | Stage Sparks is back | Exhibition

MEET THE 2019 CARCLEW RESIDENTS
Announcing the 2019 Carclew Artists in Residence and Curator in Residence.Moving into fully subsided stable studios are South Australian visual artists, Loren Orsillo and Felicity Townsend.Loren Orsillo, a painter who embraces sculpture and installation, is known for her exploration of cultural and identity orientation in innate objects. Loren is looking forward to making the most of the space to experiment in the way that her practice demands.Joining her in the Carclew creative community is Flinders University creative arts honours graduate,Felicity Townsend, who is excited this residency will allow her, “to experience the influence of other artists, curators and arts industry professionals; I am particularly excited by the opportunity to work with the curator-in-residence over the year as I believe this will give me greater depth and perspective on my work.”Accepting the role of  2019 Curator in Residence is Jack McBride, who is completing his final year of his Bachelor degree in Visual/Contemporary Art degree at UniSA. Jack will receive 12 months of mentoring in arts curation and visual arts exhibition management whilst gaining the hands on experience and autonomy of his curatoral program.Read more here.
 FUNDING, GRANTS & SCHOLARSHIPApplications open now!Create your own personalised training and development pathway in the arts with Carclew Project and Development grants.PROJECTS: Up to $10 000. Projects may incorporate both professional development and career building activity.DEVELOPMENT: Up to $3000 for professional development (e.g. skills development and career building)> Click here for the media release announcing our most recent individual grant recipientsAn information session for the first 2019 Project and Development Grants round will be held at Tandanya, Adelaide on January 24.  Register here.The June S. Tanner Memorial Scholarship, valued at $4,000 is now open to a South Australian artist (aged 26 or under) working in any art form to further develop their practice through a professional development program (of choice) in Italy. For more information click hereCARCLEW FUTURESAPPLICATIONS CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT TONIGHTDo you know (or are you) a kid aged 12 – 15 who is arts-loving, debate-diving and enjoys big conversations about the purpose of creative ideas? We are on the hunt for curious young minds who want to bite into conversations about big ideas and creative expression to join the Carclew Futures team.This project starts with an intensive arts-blast journey to meet makers, talk with producers, absorb current work, and develop a deeper understanding of all the things that happen to make art happen. VIP excursions currently include Restless Dance, MOD. gallery, Vitalstatistix, ACE Open, SAYarts and State Theatre SA.And as if that wasn’t exciting enough, with support from the Commissioner for Children & Young People, the second stage of this project will see the young Carclew Futures crew head into a brain-bunker together to determine, design and distribute $10,000 of arts funding!(Seriously)Get cracking: applications close tonight (Friday 18 January) at midnight!> Click here to find out more POP INTO POM POMJANUARY HOLIDAY PROGRAMJoin us at Pom Pom next week, Carclew’s contemporary art space dedicated to engaging children (up to 12 years) and their families.Pom Pom offers hands-on creative workshops delivered by leading artists, many with an international profile, over the school term and during school holidays.All activities at Pom Pom are FREE. No bookings required.
Visit, play, create and be inspired.Where:
Davoren Park Shopping Centre
45 Peachey Road, Davoren ParkWhen:
Monday 21 – Friday 25 January, 11am – 3pmArtists:  Alison SmilesNick Hanisch, Deborah Twinings and Ruby Chew> Click here for more information   Images From top / L – RPhoto 1: Carclew Residents L-R(Felicity Townsend, Loren Orsillo, Jack McBride)Photo 2: former P&D recipient, Brianna Speight, Soft Machine #8 (detail), 2016Photo 3: Carclew FuturesPhoto 4: Pom Pom particpants What’s OnNever Grow Up ExhibitionComing soon…Stage Sparks Term 1: Singing WorkshopsExplore Arts back in April
  Learn more about:Music MatchDEALCreative Body-based LearningRegional Creative ProducerNgarrindjeri YanunArtists in Schools
Carclew
Kaurna Country 11 Jeffcott Street North Adelaide SA 5006 
Phone 08 8267 5111  Fax 08 8239 0689  Email info@carclew.org.au
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