The Kudos Offsite: Offsite Art Projects program comprises of approximately 6 large scale art projects to occur approximately bimonthly.
In this program Art, Design & Architecture students have the opportunity to be mentored through the development and execution of a large scale art project. Projects may include but are not limited to; pop up exhibitions in vacant retail spaces, projects in historic sites, public artworks and performances, events and art happenings, community art projects, collaborations with other institutions, gallery or local businesses.
Applications are selected from a mixture of undergraduate and postgraduate students based on applications received in each round. Students are required to submit an exhibition proposal that outlines their conceptual rational, exhibition plan, preliminary budget outlining their anticipated income and expenses for the project, an artist CV and portfolio of work in progress or examples of previous work indicative of their proposed offsite art project. Students may apply as a visual artist, designer, curator or writer. Students may apply for a solo offsite project or a group offsite project. They may apply as an individual or as a collective.
Hours to be completed by students are variable based on the amount of artists, designers, or curators participating in each offsite project, the duration of the project (5-6 week development period, and a 2-3 week release period), and the nature of the proposed project itself. Each student will complete a minimum of 54 AHEGS hours. This is inclusive of project development, 8 hours per week for a minimum of 5 weeks, and offsite project install during the release period, 14 hours spread across 2 days.
- Accredited by UNSW Advantage = Yes
(For recognition on Australia Higher Education Graduation Statement)
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