Apply for an International Residency
In 2024 PICA invites WA-based visual artists, curators and arts writers to apply for an international residency with the following exchange partners:
- Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan
- Rumata’ Artspace and Universitas Negeri Makassar, Indonesia
- Khōj, New Delhi, India
- La Friche la Belle de Mai, Marseille, France
Residencies vary between 4–8 weeks in duration and are focused around a particular area of practice, research or interest.
Applications are now closed.
This opportunity is open to all Western Australia–based artists, curators and producers in the visual arts, aged 18+ years. Applicants identifying as First Nations will be prioritised for the BREEZE: Makassar Exchange Program.
Each residency includes a return airfare, accommodation, workspace and a daily stipend. PICA staff will provide support around travel, accommodation, visa applications, insurance and planning.
Local hosts will provide residents with introductions to local artists, curators and communities; assist with the development of a schedule of activities; and provide an opportunity for the resident to present work or research to the public via an open studio event.
Demonstrated quality of your existing work and public and peer response to your practice.
The suitability of your practice and your proposal to the residency program, its location and conceptual focus.
Impact on your career
How the proposed residency will strengthen your practice and capacity as an arts professional, particularly in relation to international development and exchange.
Get in Touch
For any questions or if you need to submit your application in a format different to the below form, email PICA’s Public Program & Studio Manager, Miranda Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are unexpectedly unwell or experience some other kind of last-minute interruption that means you will not be able to meet this deadline and require a few additional days, please get in touch with us prior to the closing time to discuss.