Ainslie + Gorman Arts Centres offers a number of residency programs for ACT-based or connected artists including Live Art Lab, Kids x Art, Creative Recovery and Resilience Program Residencies and Visiting Artists Program.

Creative Recovery and Resilience Program Residencies (CRRP)

As part of artsACT’s Creative Recovery and Resilience Program, A+G is facilitating a program dedicated to residencies in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts and Cultural Practice, and Community Arts and Cultural Development. This program provides a full-time workspace and living wage for each artist over the course of two months, as they spend time developing their practice, creating work or connecting with mentors.

2022 Program Residents are Yamile Tafur, Jacqui Malins, Jackson Taylor-Grant, Samia Goudie and Sarah Loynes.

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Kids x Art

Kids x Art Residency program offers an ACT-based or connected artist the opportunity to develop or extend their practice in working with children and their families. Provided with a full-time workspace and small stipend, this program encourages participants to connect with peers to develop their arts practice and provides the opportunity to present public programs for kids.

Program Residents

2020-2021: Pablo Latona
2021-2021: Michelle Day

Live Art Lab

Live Art Lab Creative Development Residency Program supports ACT-based or connected artists in the development of original live art works. With in-kind support, mentoring and artist fees, this program connects artists to our creative community and gives them access to spaces, creative input from practicing Arts professionals and the chance to develop those wild ideas.

2021 Program residents are Cathy Petocz, Zora Pang, ShaYu and Ade Suharto

2020 Program residents are Zev Aviv, Hanna Cormick, Sophie Dacy-Cole + Mils DC

Visiting Artists

Ainslie +Gorman Arts Centres’ Visiting Artists Program offers artists the opportunity to live and work at our vibrant and beautiful heritage-listed arts centres in Canberra. The Program is open to interstate and international artists working in all art forms and at all stages of their career. Applications are open year-round.

By encouraging and supporting visiting artists to undertake residencies at Ainslie + Gorman Arts Centres, we hope to further support, facilitate and stimulate arts development and creative practice in the ACT while providing visiting artists’ the space and time to reflect, research, present and produce artistic work in a unique environment.

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