Fremantle Arts Centre and Art Ichol are pleased to announce the renewal of their partnership giving Western Australian and Indian artists the opportunity to engage in an Artist in Residence Exchange Program. FAC will select one WA artist to travel to the rural city of Maihar in Madhya Pradesh, India to live and work at Art Ichol for one month during September to mid-October 2018.
Art Ichol is a multi-faceted arts organisation that hosts national and international artists in a diverse artist in residence program. Consisting of three estates, The Art Ichol Skill Centre, The
Maihar Heritage Home and Amaria ~ The Writer’s Retreat, Art Ichol offers a unique living and working experience.
Art Ichol’s facilities include studio spaces, living quarters, an art gallery, bronze casting foundry, open-air sculpture park, stone and wood carving workshop, ceramic and pottery centre, painter’s studio, clay modelling room, graphic studio and an art café.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Art Ichol again this year. The organisation is known for its’ innovative residency program and strong creative culture. The Artist in Residence Exchange Program offers artists an opportunity to develop their practice, explore a part of Indian culture and use studios and facilities that they might not have access to otherwise,” said FAC Director Jim Cathcart.
The successful applicant will receive a return airfare between Perth and India (including airport transfers from the Indian airport), independent living quarters, three meals a day, laundry and
WiFi facilities, an independent workspace (including a quantified supply of working materials) and access to Art Ichol’s shared workshops and studios.
Only artists whose primary place of residence and work is located within WA are eligible to apply.
Applications close COB Friday 6 July 2018.
For more information about Art Ichol Maihar visit http://artichol.in/
For further information about the 2018 Fremantle Arts Centre & Art Ichol AIR Exchange Program or to apply, contact FAC AIR Coordinator Bevan Honey at [email protected]
Applications must be made to Fremantle Arts Centre.