Artist in Residence,  The Old School Mt Wilson
beauty, diversity, tranquility

 

The Old School, Mount Wilson commenced an Artist in Residence program in 2019. This is a volunteer based, not for profit organisation aiming to share the beauty, diversity and tranquility of Mount Wilson, providing an opportunity for artists to work, be supported by and engage with the local community.

 

The program provides residency, accommodation and studio, for one month for both emerging and established artists and suits musicians/composers, writers, visual and textile artists. Applications generally open in April and close in June

Each resident will give a community engagement event.

Six residencies for the November 2021 to May 2022 have been awarded

Cadance Bell is an author, writer, producer and director.

Brad Gill is a musician and composer

Ariella Van Luyn is a writer

Natasha Dubler is a multidisciplinary artist working across sound installation, music performance and small sculpture.

Anna Glynn artist & Peter Dalmazzo biologist

Jennifer Keeler-Milne is a visual artist.

Read the artist statements here

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Four residencies for October 2020 to June 2021 have been awarded

Jane Guthleben is a visual artist whose practice involves a fascination with C17th Dutch still life paintings and how to reimagine them in an Australian context
Jody Graham is a multidiscipline artist, whose artwork commemorates loss and memory. Her purpose is to conserve valuable stories and contribute creatively to the Australian bushfire history.
Leah Bullen  is a visual artist whose practice explores various locations that recreate and curate the natural world, such as gardens.
Julie Thorndyke is a writer
Read the artists statements......
 

Six residencies for October 2019 to May 2020 have been awarded

LeAnne Vincent a photo based visual artist  read more.....
Leisel Mott  is a landscape painter
Tristan Coelho composer and Emily Granger harpist
Troth - Amelia Besseney  and Cooper Bowman together they fashion ethereal soundscapes from field recordings, vocals, electronics, zither, tape loops and sampled percussion and piano
Mandy Beaumont is a novelist 
Lynne Ainsworth will be working on her memoir 'Someone Must Pay'
Read the artists statements......