Congratulations to Lauren Kalman who has been awarded the ANU School of Art Residency in Canberra, Australia.
The International Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residence program includes a travel and material stipend, studio space, and lodging. The residency program is for three weeks in November/December 2014 and is awarded to an artist working in an interdisciplinary way across two (or more) craft and design practices.
Australian National University School of Art provides studio-based courses of study for Undergraduate through PhD (Practice-Led Research) students majoring in each of the discipline areas. The School of Art staff is professionally and research active, and is committed to encouraging new collaborations between disciplines. The ANU is situated in the nation’s capital, and is near to Australia’s national collecting institutions providing an excellent environment for study and research.