Awarded biennially in alternate years to the FUSE Glass Prize, the FUSE Glass Artist Residency aims to create significant opportunities for established, mid-career artists working in glass. Valued at more than $20,000 the residency provides studio access in JamFactory’s Glass studio and a solo exhibition at Historic House Museum and Garden, Carrick Hill.
The Fuse Glass Artist Residency enables the recipient to undertake a 4 week residency within the Glass Studio at JamFactory in Adelaide. The Residency provides the opportunity to work with skilled assistants, take risks and experiment with the development of new work using hot blown glass. The Residency includes travel costs, accomodation, studio space and living expenses for up to 4 weeks and can be undertaken in a single block of time or over a number of separate engagements.
The Residency also includes a solo exhibition in the new, purpose built Wall Gallery at Carrick Hill – the iconic South Australian historic house museum and garden in Springfield. The exhibition provides a showcase for work created during or as a result of the Residency and is accompanied by a printed catalogue, opening event and public program.
Proposals will be reviewed by a panel of judges including venerated South Australian glass artist Clare Belfrage, the Head of JamFactory’s Glass Studio Kristel Britcher and Carrick Hill Board Member Jeff Mincham.
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