Artist Residencies

Upcoming
26–28 July
Darwin Artist Residency, Mary River Retreat
Darwin, NT

Got a big new idea you want to explore?

Performing Lines has partnered with Brown’s Mart in Darwin and Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre in Bunbury to co-produce two artist residency opportunities for artists in the Northern Territory and the South West of WA.

These two residencies are modelled on the very succesful Tasmanian Artist Residency run by our colleagues at Tasmania Performs since 2013.

Artists at all points in their career and from all aspects of the performing arts are invited to submit an Expression of Interest to explore their big new idea with industry peers and respected mentors from across Australia.

EOIs are currently open for the Darwin Artist Residency for artists based in the Northern Territory.

Darwin Artist Residency

  • 26 – 28 July

More info & applications

South West Artist Residency

  • Dates to be announced soon

Tasmanian Artist Residency

  • 11 – 13 October
  • Produced by Tasmania Performs

More info & applications

Credits

Produced by Performing Lines, Brown’s Mart, Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre and Tasmania Performs

Current dates & tickets

26–28 July
Darwin Artist Residency, Mary River Retreat
Darwin, NT
Book now
11–13 October
Tasmanian Artist Residency
Tarraleah, TAS
Book now

Information for Presenters

Opportunities are available to create bespoke artist residencies based on the Tasmania Performs Artist Residency model.

Please get in touch if you would like more information.

Marion Potts Executive Producer
Emma Corrick Associate Producer

Project Partners & Acknowledgements

Darwin Artist Residency produced by Performing Lines and Brown’s Mart Theatre, assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body. Original concept developed by Tasmania Performs and supported by Arts Tasmania.

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