In 2021 CAT relaunched the Studio Residencies with a new model, integrating studio practice with other CAT programs.
CAT now offers:
- A dedicated studio space to support a Tasmanian-based artist realise a new exhibition in CAT’s exhibition program. Determined by the CAT Program Committee, this space will be available for two years to enable in-depth development
- A one-year space to the successful Curatorial Mentorship applicant
- Two spaces available by application on an annual basis
CAT Studio Residents also receive access to the CAT project space for presentation of new work or work in progress; profile and development opportunities through CAT’s public and digital programs; engaged feedback with visiting professionals.
Applications for 2023 studios are due on August 15 2022. Application information will be available in mid 2022.
2022 Studio Residents: Isabella Foster, Cassie Sullivan
2 Year Studio Residency: Willoh S Weiland
2022 Curatorial Mentorship Resident: Alexandra Hullah
2020 – 2021 Maria Blackwell, Andy Hutson, Dexter Rosengrave and Jake Walker
2019 Abigail Giblin, Gabbee Stolp, Julia Drouhin and Nanna Bayer
2018 Judith Abell, Priscilla Beck, Lychandra Gieseman and Hilary Green
2017 Joel Crosswell, Vivienne Cutbush, Alex Davern and Claire Pendrigh
2016 Rahni Allan, Selena de Carvalho, Ben Taylor, Tricky Walsh
2015 Joey Gracia, Leigh Hobba, Eloise Kirk, Amber Koroluk-Stephenson
2014 Karin Chan, Darren Cook, Nadège Philippe-Janon, Dylan Sheridan
2013 Jo Chew, Anthony Johnson, Cath Robinson, Peter Waller
2012 Anna Cocks, Lucy Hawthorne, Julie Gough, Amanda Shone
2011 Laura Hindmarsh, Jacob Leary, Benjamin Ryan, Mike Singe
2010 Denise Ava Robinson, Tom O’Hern, Bec Stevens, Nicola Smith
2009 Alicia King, Mish Meijers, James Newitt, Jonathan Partridge