The University of Tasmania’s prestigious Rosamond McCulloch Studio Residency in Paris is now open to creative artists for 2023.
The Rosamond McCulloch Studio is a residential studio in the world-renowned Cité Internationale des Arts complex in Paris and a short walk from many of the city's major museums.
Each year the University of Tasmania offers several residencies at the Studio, which is situated in a beautiful eighteenth century town house close to the main Cité complex.
Since its establishment in 1991, many Tasmanian artists have had the opportunity to live for up to three months in the heart of Paris while studying and developing new work.
Creative Tasmanians including visuals artists, musicians, performers and writers who are graduates of the University of Tasmania are encouraged to apply.
One residency will be supported by the $10,000 stipend. There will be up to four other self-funded residencies for which applicants must provide their own support.
Applicants must be University of Tasmania honours or postgraduate students OR graduates working in the creative arts industry. Preference is given to those who reside in Tasmania and who have not had a residency in the past three years. Practice may be studio based or theoretical.
Image credits: Rosamond McCulloch Studio, taken by recipient Laura Purcell, 2018.