Museum of Brisbane

Artists @ Home

  • Stay tuned for Announcements!
  • Exhibition now closed

MoB Artists @ Home Residency Program

Museum of Brisbane (MoB) is seeking 10 creatives from the Greater Brisbane Region to complete a 6-week creative residency from their home or studio. Each artist will receive $3,000 to support the development of new work.

Supporting Brisbane’s creative community is important to MoB. While our Artist-in-Residence program at the Museum is currently closed, we hope to continue developing relationships, collaborating and encouraging the sharing of knowledge and creative ideas with our community.

Program Focus

How is your lived experience of the COVID-19 pandemic influencing your creativity? At this unprecedented time of isolation, the MoB Artists @ Home residency program aims to bridge physical distance through making, sharing and connecting. It aims to capture the experience of the present, at this significant point in our history, through the eyes, hands and words of Brisbane’s makers.

The program invites Brisbane’s visual artists, designers, photographers, videographers, musicians, performers, writers and poets to respond through their creative practice. The residency will be completed offsite in the artist’s home or studio while providing digital updates to the MoB team across the 6-week residency.

Submissions have now closed. Stay tuned for the announcement of the 10 finalists.

Museum of Brisbane’s Artist-in-Residence Program is generously supported by Tim Fairfax AC.

Banner Image: Arryn Snowball, Artist in Residence, Mammoth, 2018.
Above Image: Kellie O’Dempsey in her studio, Brisbane Art Design, 2019. Photo: Tyrone Ryan