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BUNDANON ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE ANNOUNCED FOR 2024

Shoalhaven, NSW: Today Bundanon announces the full list of artists and researchers who will undertake residencies at Bundanon in 2024.

Bundanon’s world-renowned Artist in Residence program is the largest program of its kind in Australia and spans the organisation’s 30-year history. The program grows year-on-year and is structured through a series of partnerships with leading arts organisations and companies, cultural agencies and benefactors.

This year, Bundanon received a record number of applications from individuals and groups from across the world.

There are no direct costs associated with Bundanon’s 2024 Artist in Residence Program for artists. This important initiative highlights the organisation’s commitment to support the development of new work in Australia, consistent with Revive the National Cultural Policy that promotes the centrality of the artist.

Bundanon CEO Rachel Kent comments: Bundanon is a uniquely positioned, world-renowned arts organisation. This residency program upholds our core commitment to actively support cultural production across all disciplines, and in all phases of the creative process. We are delighted to welcome such a diverse group of artists and researchers to Bundanon in 2024.

Bundanon’s residency program is for visual and performing arts, literature, dance and music, as well as environmental and scientific research. It provides important career opportunities for artists and researchers to develop their work in an inspiring environment. Artists and researchers are hosted in purpose-built studios and rehearsal spaces on the organisation’s secluded Homestead Site. 

Arthur Boyd’s vision that Bundanon would continue to provide a creative space for Australia’s contemporary artists is at the heart of the program. 

 

Full list of artists 

Amy Dynan – 2024 William Fletcher Foundation Award  

Anna Dunnill, VIC

Anne Buckingham, NSW  

Anne-Marie Te Whiu, NSW  

Annette Wagner, VIC  

Ann-Marie Blanchard, WA  

Aviva Endean and Freya Schack-Arnott, VIC

Brittanie Shipway, NSW  

Comic Art Workshop: Fionn McCabe, Meg O’Shea, Sophie Yanow, Lee Lai, Pat Grant, Elizabeth Macfarlane, and Can Yalçınkaya, Australia & International  

Eliza Gosse, NSW  

Erin Dickson, United Kingdom  

Fiona Currey-Billyard, NSW  

Frederick & Hayne: Katie Hayne and UK Frederick, ACT  

Gloria Florez, NSW  

Grace Turbo, NSW

Graziela Guardino, NSW  

Hadieh Shafie, USA

Heather Taylor Johnson and D-Mo, SA  

Hope River, New Zealand  

Jacki Stone, NSW – JMGA-NSW Award recipient 

Jagath Dheerasekara, NSW

Jayanto Tan, NSW

Jessica Soares, Nigeria  

Joshua Graham and Leith Maguire, VIC

Judith Dodsworth, NSW

Kat Shapiro Wood and Kelly Austin, TAS  

Kate Just, VIC 

Katia Ariel, VIC  

Katrina Garvey and Lisa Kurtz, QLD  

Kirk Page and Michael Simms, NSW – Bundanon First Nations Fellowship 

Kirsten Farrell, ACT  

Kuda Mapeza, VIC  

Madison Kelly, New Zealand – McCahon House Fellowship 

Maissa Alameddine, NSW  

Margaret Woodward, TAS  

Marisa Purcell, NSW  

Mark Bradshaw and Fadi Giha, United Kingdom – British Council Fellowship 

Matriark Theatre: Scott Parker, Kathryn Roberts Parker, Felicity Nicol, Aleisa Jelbart, Mark Bolotin, NSW  

Matt O’Brien, NSW  

Matthew Clarke, VIC – Bundanon Artist with Disability Fellowship 

Mehwish Iqbal, NSW  

Michaela Gleave, NSW  

Michele Barker and Anna Munster, NSW  

Misha Donohoe, Canada  

Moirai: Meg Cohen, David Moran, Alexander Meagher, Chloe Kim, VIC  

Moses Kington-Walberg, VIC  

Natalia Ottolenghi Bradshaw, NSW  

Neha Kale, NSW  

Nick Santoro, NSW  

Open Spatial Workshop: Bianca Hester, Scott Mitchell, Terri Bird, VIC  

Ray Monde, United States of America 

Riley Beaumont, VIC  

Sam Elkin, VIC  

Sarah Aiken, VIC  

Sari Braithwaite, VIC  

Seth Birchall, NSW – Dobell Foundation Artist in Residence Award 

Sha Sarwari, QLD  

Sidney McMahon, NSW  

Something Together: Fleur Watson, VIC  

Stacy Gougoulis, VIC  

Stephen Hepworth and George Bolster, United States of America  

The Dirt Witches Art Collective: Prudence Gibson, Lara Merrett, Rena Shein, Jane Irwin, Floria Tosca, Caroline Rothwell, Vivienne Webb, NSW  

Tra Mi Dinh with Claire Leske, Mitchell Christie, Robert Downie, VIC  

Vinyl Grlz: Nell Ranney and Victoria Haralabidou, NSW  

Woven Kolektif: Bridie Gillman, Ida Lawrence, Kartika Suharto-Martin, Kyati Suharto, Leyla Stevens, Mashara Wachjudy, Australia & Germany  

Yvette Hamilton, NSW  

Zela Papageorgiou, VIC  

Zena Cumpston, VIC  

Zoë Bastin and Grace Ferguson, VIC

 

Fellowship & Award Partners 

British Council 

Sir William Dobell Art Foundation 

Jewellers and Metalsmiths Group of Australia – NSW 

Jam Factory 

McCahon House

William Fletcher Foundation 

 

Sector Partners 

Accessible Arts 

Artlink 

Australian Plays Transform 

Australian Theatre for Young People  

Critical Path 

Performance Space 

South Coast Writers Centre 

 

IMAGES: Download here

Downloadable Word Document available here

 

MEDIA CONTACTS: To request interviews, further information or imagery please contact Marketing and Communications Manager, Emily McTaggart.

 

ABOUT BUNDANON: Established in 1993, Bundanon was gifted to the Australian people by Arthur and Yvonne Boyd, representing one of the most significant acts of philanthropy in the history of the arts in Australia. Bundanon is located on 1,000 hectares of bush and parkland overlooking the Shoalhaven River, on the South Coast of New South Wales, two and a half hours from Sydney.

Bundanon’s mission is to operate the property as a centre for creative arts and education, for scientific research and a place to explore landscape and engage with First Nations history and culture. Bundanon’s residency program for visual artists, writers, musicians, dancers, performers and scholars, and its learning programs, are an investment in Australia’s future. Bundanon is supported by the Australian Government through the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications’ Office for the Arts, Create NSW, the University of Wollongong, Landcare Australia, and a range of other foundation, bequest, and philanthropic contributions. The Collection features some 1,448 works by Arthur Boyd together with Boyd’s contemporaries such as Sidney Nolan, John Perceval, Joy Hester and Charles Blackman. In addition, Bundanon has an archive of artist books, scripts, compositions and working models related to artwork developed on the properties through the Artist in Residence program.

Bundanon’s Artist in Residence program is the largest program of its kind in Australia and spans a 30-year history. In 2023, over 150 multi-disciplinary artists and researchers will be in residence at Bundanon. Bundanon’s residency program is for visual and performing arts, literature, science, dance and music. It provides important career opportunities for artists and researchers to develop their work in an inspiring environment. Artists and researchers are hosted in purpose-built studios and rehearsal spaces on the organisation’s secluded Homestead Site.

To request interviews, further information or imagery please contact Articulate:

Siân Davies

sian@articulatepr.com.au

0402 728 462

Sasha Haughan

sasha@articulatepr.com.au

0405 006 035.

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In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

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