Auckland Print Studio is now accepting applications for its Annual International Artist-in-Residence programme.
Auckland Print Studio, founded in 2008, specialises in stone and photo-plate lithography and is located in Auckland, New Zealand. APS is equipped with a 30′ x 50′ Charles Brand lithography press and has an assortment of stones. APS is also capable of generating and printing photopositive lithography plates.
Residency Duration and Dates: 4th December 2016 – 20th January 2017
(7 weeks). Dates are flexible by a few days, but not before the 4th December.
International artists are invited to apply to Auckland Print Studio’s 7th International Artist-in-Residence program. The residency’s aim is to collaboratively produce a suite of hand-printed lithographs. The editioned suite of prints will be split evenly between the artist and APS.
We are welcoming all artists to apply, regardless of printmaking experience. Shared accommodation and all printmaking materials are included.
Trips to some of New Zealand’s famous west coast beaches are also an integral part of the residency!
Please include the following in your application:
-Curriculum Vitae / Resume.
-Cover letter describing your overall artistic practice.
-Project idea (the collaborative element to this residency implies projects
will develop organically with the artist and APS).
-Visual Documentation of 10 recent works (include additional detail
images if needed).
(JPEGs must have a resolution of 72dpi with a maximum width of 2000 pixels).
-IMPORTANT: Subject line should include your name followed by ‘AIR at APS 2015’
(Jane Doe: AIR at APS 2015).
Expenses and resources covered by APS
• Shared accommodation
• Project materials such as paper, ink, plates, etc.
• Studio hire and press rental
• Project assistant and printer
Expenses paid by artist
Deadline (annual): 30th September
Notification (annual): 13th October
Feel free to contact us at the email below if you have any questions
regarding your application.
e-mail applications and images to: firstname.lastname@example.org