Emerging Artist Support Scheme (EASS)
Tanya McArthur EASS Resident 2019
Tanya McArthur image above.
9 November 2020
This category of residency is restricted to Australian National University (ANU) ceramics graduates. It is an award presented annually by Canberra Potters’ Society as part of the ANU’s Emerging Artist Support Scheme (EASS) and is generally for a two-month residency. Students graduating in 2020 who would like to apply for the 2021 EASS residency should do so by 9 November 2020. The successful applicant will be announced simultaneously with the CPS
Applicants will need to include a letter of support from a tutor or supervisor confirming that the applicant is able to work safely and independently.
EASS residents receive:
- A studio and access to the society’s kilns and equipment;
- Accommodation in the adjacent residential unit, if required.
EASS residents are required to:
- Pay for all their materials and firings over and above any allowance that may be given (an allowance for 2021 is yet to be confirmed);
- Give a presentation/slide show about their work and practice;
- Donate one piece of work to the society’s artist-in-residence collection.
EASS Application Process
Applications should be submitted on the residency application form and should include an outline of what you want to do creatively and technically, what you hope to get out of the residency, a current CV, up to eight images of recent work or work relating to your proposal and a letter of support from a tutor or supervisor confirming your ability to work safely and independently.
Applications must be received no later than the deadline.
Selection will be made by considering the merits of each application for the EASS residency in a particular year and may include seeking advice from teaching staff at the ANU School of Art Ceramics Workshop.
The application form
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