SCANZ OPEN CALL FOR RESIDENCY DUE 5pm 20 JUNE 2008 NZ time
The SCANZ residency will take place in New Plymouth, Aotearoa New Zealand
between January 26th 2009 and February 8th 2009. Project partners are the
Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki, intercreate.org
Govett-Brewster Art Gallery and Puke Ariki integrated museum and library.
The call is open to artists, curators, producers, writers and creatives.
SCANZ 2009 themes are Environmental Response and Participate/Display.
Along side the residency there will be exhibitions and events at the
Govett-Brewster and Puke Ariki. Residency participants are not required to
exhibit, but may submit an application to exhibit or conduct an event, if
A two day symposium, incorporating a curatorial forum, will be held on the
7th and 8th of February 2009 - a call for this will follow.
To apply go to the following url: intercreate.org/scanz
. Review the
information, download the applicable form and email it by 5pm Friday 20 June
2008 NZ time.
Places are limited.
Apologies for cross postings.
Ian M Clothier
On 1/5/08 12:14 PM, "Clothieri" <I.Clothier(a)witt.ac.nz> wrote:
This is early advice that shortly we will be putting out the open call for the
SCANZ residency in New Plymouth Aotearoa New Zealand in 2009. The formal dates
for the residency are January 26th to February 8th 2009.
There will also be a two day symposium and curatorial workshop on the opening
weekend - February 7th and 8th. The themes for the residency are Environmental
Response and Participate/Display (where the audience impacts the art work).
Half the residency participants have been directly invited, partly to assist
us with funding applications. The other half come from the open call.
Participants in the residency are not required to exhibit, and participants in
the symposium are not required to present.
Project partners are the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery and Puke Ariki
The call will be put out shortly, with a four week period to submit
applications. There will be a form to download and complete from the
site. The curatorial panel consists of Sarah Cook, Mercedes
Vicente, Kate Roberts and Ian Clothier.
Here is the list of directly invited and confirmed attendees: Nina Czegledy,
Joel Slayton, Sally Jane Norman, Adam Hyde, Sean Cubitt, Sarah Cook, Eric
Kluitenberg, Lisa Reihana, Stella Brennan, Sean Kerr, Rachel Rakena and
Natalie Robertson. Danny Butt and Dr Herman Pi¹ikea Clarke will be at the
Ian M Clothier
Research Centre for Interdisciplinary Creativity
Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki
New Plymouth, New Zealand
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