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Residencies

The Cooroora Institute takes around four residencies per year and these need to be generally booked around 6 months ahead. Residencies are open to any artist (craftsperson, painter, sculptor, writer, musician, dancer, actor) who makes their living from sales of their art, and are interested in further developing work around art, environment, craft, place, soundscapes, performance, and nature. Further information from Dr Tamsin Kerr: email tamsin@cooroorainstitute.org with artist website details and available times in the first instance. All these terms for residency are open to negotiation: the key requirement is a generous willingness to explore and collaborate with others in this more-than-human world so as to tread a little more lightly and joyfully upon this earth.

Our 2017 Artists-in-Residence:

Andre Dezso (USA) visual artist

David Upfill-Brown (Aust) furniture

Sandra Dunn (Canada) blacksmith

Bill Dorman (Aust) Sculptor/jeweller

Our proposed inaugural Scholar-in-residence

Grace Cochrance (Aust) curator, writer, historian of contemporary crafts and design.

Previous Artists-in-residence:

Jay Dee Dearness (Aust) printmaker

Kari (Aust) ceramics, performance and ritual

Brian Reid (USA) furniture

Sandra Dunn (Canada) blacksmith

Rosalind Edgar (Aust) painter

Sue Mclean (Aust) painter

Lindsay Embree (Canada) textile artist, printmaker

Anne Harris (Aust) textile artist, weaver

Stephen Roberts (Aust) ceramics

Miriam Carpenter (USA) wood artist

Rex Kalehoff (USA) sculptor

Miranda Jones (Canada) blacksmith, painter

Monica Chau (USA)

Gary Field (Aust)

Bill Dorman (Aust) Sculptor/jeweller

Jo Tito (NZ) 

Todd Sheridan (NZ)

Forthcoming artists-in-residence are advertised through our mailing list (sign up here), on Facebook, and on our calendar page.