149 Beaufort Street, Perth, Western Australia
Central Institute of Technology’s Artist-in-Residence is located within the Fine Art complex of the School of Creative Industries at 12 Aberdeen Street, Perth.
The Artist-in-Residence fronts Beaufort Street and comprises living quarters: a kitchen, laundry, bathroom, living area and office. In addition a spacious studio is attached: three rooms with a separate entry including studio space and a shop front display area. The residency is located within the cultural centre precinct, serviced by the CAT free bus and within close walking distance to the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art (PICA), the Alexander Library, the Western Australian Museum and the entertainment and dining mecca of Northbridge.
Proposals from designers, artists, craft and media practitioners, musicians and organisations who wish to apply to use the premises are invited. Successful applicants may contribute to the ongoing education programme of the Central Institute of Technology students by exhibiting their work in the Gallery Central the shopfront and/or conducting public programs such as artistsâ€™ talks and workshops for students and the wider community. Central Institute of Technology does not provide travel or artist fees and exhibitions need to be self funded. Central Institute of Technology in Perth, have highly respected art and craft courses/diplomas with outstanding graduates.
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18 Feb to 2 March
Shopfront at 149 Beaufort St: 12-7pm daily
A photo-media installation with family photos from early 20th century India and a digital photo booth. Based on the Bollywood feature films directed and starring Raj Kapoor, Awara (1951) and Shree 420 (1955), this show invites the viewer to participate. Presented by the Perth International Arts Festival.
photo work: Kyle Grey and Andrew Winter; courtesy of Divani Films Inc.
The Drawing Room by Oliver Stretton-Pow
30 August – 8 September
1- 6pm daily (or by appointment)
APPARATUSES phase iv – The Drawing Room
Opening presentation and floor talk with Chris Hill and Tony Jones 6pmÂ Thursday 30 August
Central institute of Technology Artist in Residence
149 Beaufort Street Northbridge
The Uncanny Edge by Bridget Nicholson
June – July
Visiting artist Bridget Nicholson invites people to allow her to wrap their feet in clay whileÂ they tell their story and reflect on their emotional relationship to the land. By providing your feet and stories you become part of a collection of people from across the country and a series of installations.
In March 2012, in collaboration with Turner Galleries and FotoFreo, Melbourne artist Bronek Kozka stayed with us and shot this image using our shopfront and some of our stylishÂ pre-loved residency furniture.
three minutes to five; it’s time by Bronek KOZKA