Our Executive Director Eliza Roberts recently joined choreographer Natasha Sturges, author Craig Silvey and artist Peter Drew on the virtual panel in ‘The Not-in-Transit Lounge: Travelling for Art’, the latest instalment from ArtsHub’s monthly podcast The ArtsHubbub.
Episode 6 of Kooshk Talk brings you Res Artis Executive Director Eliza Roberts discussing the continuing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic on arts residencies with Kooshk Residency Executive Manager Maryam Bagheri.
Listen to Kooshk Talk Episode 6.
In Pro Prac Symposium session On Artist Residencies Kiera Brew Kurec chats with artist and curator Andy Butler and Executive Director of Res Artis Eliza Roberts, about what artist residencies are for, what are the benefits of undertaking both national and international residencies, what are the economic implications of undertaking residencies, what is the relevance of residencies in times of social media and connectedness, how to make the most out of a residency and what do the future of residencies look like in light of Covid-19. Pro Prac Symposium was recorded on Saturday 2nd of May and was made possible through the support of City of Melbourne Annual Arts Grants.
Listen to Pro Prac Symposium – On Artist Residencies.
INTEL: PODCAST SERIES from The Australia Council of the Arts is a peer-to-peer market intelligence resource designed to inform and upskill the arts sector on ‘live’, best practice, and innovative approaches to international engagement. The series spotlights guests who are actively forging pathways for the internationalisation of Australian work, and who continue to work within a cross-cultural and cross-border capacity.
INTEL: PODCAST SERIES EPISODE 5: Things will have to wait What does it mean to be under a stay at home order when you’re far from home? In this podcast Katrina Schwarz speaks to two international artists, dancer and choreographer, James Batchelor, and composer and musician, Judith Hamann. Both artists in residence, James speaks from lockdown at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris and Judith calls in from Helsinki International Artist Programme (HIAP), located on a small island 20 minutes from the city.