Perrin Millard - Artist In Residence, May - August 2021Find out moreApply
Saturday 26 June 2021 — 4:00pm
SQ would like to invite you to a panel discussion with our resident artist Perrin Millard. Millard has invited a series of cross-disciplinary artists to the table to frame a discussion around process and materiality from an artist standpoint. There is a diverse lineup of artists speaking who all work across a variety of artistic media such as painting, sculpture, installation, sound, theatre and ceramics. While non-medium specific, this discussion will closely explore how one’s medium can affect the message, and will in turn explore the unique possibilities and power of sculpture.
"I’m interested in a panel discussion that pertains to the expansion or overarching of disciplines, and the broad capacity of medium specificity. This is an interesting concept for me being a painter that expands work into other disciplines, in particular sculpture” - Perrin MillardJune 2021 ForumAll Forums
Sculptors Queensland is working with 4 artists in 2021. SQ supports and assists each Artist in Residence to facilitate the development of new work and to introduce them to broader networks within Brisbane's community and surroundings. Each artist has access to SQ's facilities for 3 months, where they will present a range of public programs, such a forum, workshop or exhibition.
Congratulations to our 2021 residents:
Brooke Ferguson (FEB - MAY)
Perrin Millard (MAY - AUG)
David M Thomas (AUG - NOV)
John Nesirky (NOV - FEB)
TO APPLY FOR FUTURE RESIDENCIES:
Complete an ‘Artist Residency Application Form’; indicating preferred residency time frame and agreement to pay membership fee for liability insurance.
A brief proposal of what you would like to do during your stay (Max 300 words).
Summary of what your residency can offer SQ (Max 300words).
History of professional activity (Max 1 page CV).
Folio of past and recent work (Max 10 Images).
for more info, or to apply, contact: email@example.comResidency
Situated in inner city Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, the Sculptors Qld venue 'The Shed' is an old wooden building set in the grounds of the historic Old Museum Building.
The Shed is divided in two, the artist-in-residence's studio residing in the smaller garage extension with a concrete floor. The artist-in-residence will have intermittent access to the main space around community events, workshops and meetings. The main space is generously framed by 7 metre walls, high ceilings and two massive wooden doors
In consideration of the medium and their method of working, the artist must:
Applicants should provide:
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org