Plan your visit | Miwatj Yolŋu – Sunrise People | 28 October - 11 February


Application Form

    • 1

      Contact Details

    • 2

      Arts Practice

    • 3

      Project Description

    • 4

      The Artists

    • 5

      Work Requirements

    • 6

      Preferred Dates

    • 7

      Support Material


    Contact Details

    Your Contact Details

    Tell us the name of your company or group. If you are an individual, or your group has no name, leave blank.

    Who is the main contact for this application?
    Postal Address (if different from street address)


    Arts Practice

    So that we can best understand your practice and match suitable assessors for the application, please select the artform category you wish to apply under.


    Project Description

    Please tell us about the project and what you will do whilst in residency.


    The Artists

    Do you and/or members of your group identify with any of the following:

    Please give us short biographies of the people involved.


    Work Requirements


    • Five of our residences have small studio spaces attached (approx. 30-44 sqm)
    • The large rehearsal space is the Dorothy Porter Studio (11.6m x 6.3m) – it may need to shared with other artists. It shares a wall with the Dorothy Dwyer Silversmiths Studio.
    • The printing press is a small manual etching press with a roller 52cm wide and a plate 55.5cm x 91cm.
    • The Silversmiths studio contains silversmith and jeweller machinery and tools.

    For more information, please look at the 2024 Artist In Residence Application Guidelines.


    Preferred Dates

    Please list up to three sets of dates between 5 February 2023 – 27 October 2024. We will try to accommodate desired dates, but it will help if you are flexible. We may have to negotiate alternatives if there are multiple requests for the same dates.

    A minimum residency is seven days.


    Support Material

    Please read the guidelines for submitting support material on our Applying for a Residency page.

    Support material can be submitted either as web link or as uploaded files.

    You can submit up to three web links and up to five uploaded files. For file uploads, each cannot exceed 1 MB.

    Please include a brief description of each link or file in the appropriate caption box. This should include:

    • For video web links: the title, date and duration.
    • For images of artworks: the title, date, medium and dimensions.
    • For audio links and files: the title of the track, the date and the length.
    • For text files: the title, date and type of work (essay, novel etc).

    Please select below the files you wish to upload. Each file must not exceed 1 MB. Note that they are not uploaded until you have completed the application and pressed the Submit Form button. If you receive an error message, you will need to select your files again.

    Contribution to the Engagement & Public Program


    Please tick the relevant box on the form to indicate that you would like to apply for any of these Awards and Fellowships:

    By submitting this application, I declare that all information is correct and that all support material is my original work. I understand that, if I am successful this material may be used for promotion of the Artist in Residence program through Bundanon’s website, social media and print publications.



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    In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

    This website contains names, images and voices of deceased Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.