TAUTAI FALE-SHIP Home Residencies
Artist call-out for new Moana activation
Applications close Friday 5th June 2020 at midday.
The TAUTAI FALE-SHIP Home Residencies will feature 20 Moana artists over five months via Tautai’s website and social media platforms between July – December 2020. Artists will undertake a 1-week deep dive into exploring the creative wellbeing, inspiration, disruption, and coping mechanisms used as part of their creative processes. Each artist will receive $1000 NZD koha. This opportunity is open to arts practitioners from visual arts, music, sculpture, dance, design, poetry, prose, performing arts, film and fashion through to emerging art forms.
Moana artists make some of their best work at home; at the kitchen table, in living rooms surrounded by family, in bedrooms and garages, in home studios where we feel safe and connected to those around us. We are constantly creating and thinking of new ideas, informed by the people and places that give life to our creativity.
We invite our community to share their home practice as artists in residence, responding to a period of global transformation through a localised lens. Experienced digitally but grounded in the physical, the TAUTAI FALE-SHIP Home Residencies place value on the everyday experiences of Moana artists operating in their own centres.
If you’re interested in the ‘TAUTAI FALE-SHIP Home Residencies’ – please submit the following information via email to Tautai or, Download the application brief here
When emailing your application, in the subject line please include: Full name + FALE-SHIP Application
1. About you
A short biography also including; ethnicity/ villages/ identifiers, and your practice
1x hi-res profile image of yourself
5x hi-res images or links of your work (please label)
2x hi-res images of your home and or creative workspace
1x hi-res image of where the residency will take place (suburb & city)
3. Contact details
Full contact details and social media handles
1x 500 word description of your residency proposal and how you would respond to 3 of the following explorations:
– Show us something
– Tell us something
– Teach us something
– Write us something
– Perform something
– Create something.
Applications are due by Friday 5th June 2020 at midday
Assessments will take place 5-11 June and applicants will be notified by Friday 12 June 5pm 2020
Successful artists will be paid $1000 NZD koha in two installments: 50% towards development and 50% upon completion.
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