AUD$300 per week for a private room in a shared cottage.
AUD$30 international bank transfer fee.
Artists are responsible for their own living expenses including food, transport, insurance, tools and art materials.
Applications are open to practicing artist within the specified disciplines.
Proposals should address the applicant’s reasons for undertaking the BCSC AiR program and include project outline and timeline.
What to Submit:
PDF versions of the Application and Guidelines can be found here:
BCSC Supported Residency programme 2015 covers the accommodation fee for a residency period of 2 weeks. Apply by 29 May 2015 - read all guidelines here (pdf)
The Bogong Centre for Sound Culture (BCSC) was established in 2010 to investigate the relationship between industry and the natural environment through projects that focus on acoustic ecology and environmental sustainability. It supports cultural initiatives investigating the history and ecology of the Australian Alps including research, festivals, commissioned artworks, masterclasses and Artist in Residency programs.
• Community engagement
Artists will have their own room in a three bedroom self-contained cottage. Cottages have been refurbished with modern kitchens and laundry facilities. Linen and towels are supplied.
The village cottages date back to the 1940’s. They were originally built to house the workers of the Kiewa hydro scheme.
BCSC AiR is an independent micro artist in residency program located at Bogong Village. The village is situated in the foothills of Victoria’s Alpine National Park, between Mt Beauty and Falls Creek. It takes approximately 4.5 hours to get there by car from Melbourne.