Asialink arts residencies to Japan 2017: Enablers of bilateral understanding

1 September 2016

2015 Asialink Resident Laura Hindmarsh working in Kyoto Art Center Meirin tea room. Credit: Dlyan Sheridan

Sector: Society and Culture

Country location: Australia, Japan

Grantee: Asialink, the University of Melbourne

Project Description

Asialink will award an arts residency to Japan in 2017. Selected through a competitive nationwide grant round, the successful practitioner will use the opportunity to expand their network in Japan, immerse themselves in the local culture and create new work. 

Since 1991, Asialink's Arts Residency program has provided international professional development opportunities for arts professionals across all art forms. The largest program of its kind in Australia, Asialink's Residency Program maintains established partnerships with host organisations across Asia. Residencies between one and three months, encourages research, skills-sharing, artistic development, and the establishment of enduring networks and relationships throughout the region.

Key dates:

  • Residency to Japan, Japan. Exact location and dates TBC
  • Residency related outcomes such as exhibitions, artist talks and public programs, Japan. Exact location and dates TBC

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Australia-Japan Foundation grant offer: $12,000.00 with GST in addition

Total project value: $63,000.00


Last Updated: 16 August 2016