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Rosamond McCulloch Studio applications now open for 2018

In 1991, the University of Tasmania received a bequest from the estate of the artist-lecturer, Rosamond McCulloch who had taught at the Tasmanian College of the Arts during the 1950s and 1960s. The $100 000 bequest was used to purchase a studio in the world-renowned studio complex, the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris, which is situated on the right bank of the river Seine, a stone's throw away from Notre Dame on the Ile de la Cité and within easy walking distance of all of the main Paris galleries including the Louvre. The Cité complex has approximately 300 studios - these are owned by universities and arts organisations spread worldwide - and the buildings also house common rooms and library, a large gallery, a concert hall, as well as printmaking and photographic facilities. A residency at the Cité carries with it free and unlimited access to virtually all art museums in France. Open to University of Tasmania visual arts graduates. Preference will be given to UTAS visual arts graduates who currently reside in Tasmania. Proposals are invited for Artist studio residencies at the Rosamond McCulloch studio in the Cité Internationale des Arts Studio complex in Paris.

Rosamond McCulloch's wish was that her bequest should be used to assist a graduate of the School of Creative Arts to travel overseas. In the spirit of the bequest, then, the University now has a permanent base in Paris. It was fortunate to be able to purchase a newly renovated studio, developed by the Cité administration, in an eighteenth century townhouse a block back from the main Cité complex. It is a spacious apartment with kitchen and bathroom facilities, a large work-space and a bedroom on the mezzanine floor. Its two large sets of French windows overlook a charming garden.

Proposals are invited for artist studio residencies at the Rosamond McCulloch studio in the Cité Internationale des Arts Studio complex in Paris. The residency is open to University of Tasmania visual arts graduates, with a preference for those who currently reside in Tasmania.

This year one successful applicant will be selected by the Rosamond McCulloch Committee to receive a $3,000 stipend to support their 2018 residency.

    • Friday 28 July, 1:45 - 3pm (after Art Forum)
    • (Board Room, Centre for the Arts, Hunter Street, Hobart with Video Link to Inveresk Board Room)
    • Download Info session flyer (PDF 390.9KB)

Application sent to:

Suan Lee
Rosamond McCulloch Studio Management Committee
School of Creative Arts
Private Bag 57, Hobart TAS 7001

Further information:

Contact the Administrative Officer:
03 6226 4300 or

Published on: 21 Jul 2017 10:30am