(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEST(GMT+10:00) View in my time
Donna Davis explores the different kinds of residency models available to artists, discussing practical and technical elements to consider when seeking and undertaking them. Drawing on the range of her
Donna Davis explores the different kinds of residency models available to artists, discussing practical and technical elements to consider when seeking and undertaking them. Drawing on the range of her own real-world experiences, learn where to find these opportunities, how to prepare a competitive application, and what’s involved in setting yourself up for a rewarding and fruitful residency.
– Learn how to identify options based on your priorities, passions, skills, availability, funding and more.
– Know how to consider your expenses, time, materials and expectations.
– Understand ways of managing protocols, documentation, outcomes, public engagement and reporting requirements.
Finding the right residency for you
Thursday, September 17, 2020 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
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Donna Davis is a multi-discipline artist intrigued with the idea of connection; her work explores intersections between art and science with a particular focus on natural and social ecosystems. Often collaborating with ecologists, botanists and mycologists, Donna explores new ways to creatively interpret ecological data.
Donna has undertaken a number of residencies with organisations such as the Australian Tropical Herbarium, Queensland State Archives, Queensland Herbarium, Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Tanks Art Centre and the Department of Environment and Science (DES). Currently Donna is artist-in-resident on an international project based in Cairns, working with scientists from Washington University and the Natural History Museum, London. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (ART) from Curtin University and has works held in both public and private collections. She has exhibited widely in both solo and selected group exhibitions; and had her work feature in state and national touring exhibitions.