The Shotgun 9 schedule will be advised at a future date. It will be essential that the successful applicant/s be available to participate in activities across the program period.
APPLICATIONS DUE: To be advised
Shotgun is open to artists at any career stage who reside in Tasmania. The selection process will be determined by a committee of industry professionals. From the submission stage a shortlist of candidates will be invited to interview for final selection. The program will then be determined by the Shotgun curatorium. Individual project models remain flexible throughout their development, just as the program broadly needs to remain flexible to accommodate an ever-changing art world.
It is essential that the successful applicant/s be available to participate in activities across the program period.
Shotgun is a public private collaboration between Detached Cultural Organisation, The Museum of Old and New Art and Contemporary Art Tasmania.
A one page text that includes: information on your artistic motivations - what drives your practice, an outline of what you would like to achieve during the program including ideas for new work and/or exhibition. You may also like to include a wish list of what you would like the Shotgun program to do for you and what Australian art industry professionals you would like critical input from.
A one page CV
Visual support material: up to 10 images of work completed within the last two years • Artists who work with multimedia, moving image or sound to provide Vimeo links. All examples of work must be clearly labelled, including the artist's name, title of work, date of completion, medium, size and a short description where appropriate.
Please submit your 1 page text and 1 page CV as separate PDF documents. Images to be grouped into a single PDF document. Additional material will not be accepted
Our criteria are: excellence, ambition and timeliness
Applications and enquiries to:
CAT Shotgun Coordinator: Kylie Johnson – email@example.com
Shotgun 8 Eloise Kirk
Shotgun 7 Grace Herbert
Shotgun 6 Nadège Philippe-Janon & Robert O’Connor
Shotgun 2014 Ross Byers, Dean Chatwin, David Hawley, Jason James, Tom O'Hern, Nicola Smith (non-exhibiting)
Shotgun 2013 Mary Scott
Shotgun 2012 Joel Crosswell, Lucienne Rickard
Shotgun 2011 Amanda Davies, Andrew Harper
Shotgun 2010 Scot Cotterell, Sara Maher, Cath Robinsondates