The City of Adelaide, Minor Works Building, located just off Stamford Court between Sturt St and Wright St, Adeladie, SA. Image courtesy the City of Adelaide.
ART WORKS is a program of residencies and creative workshops designed to provide a city-based platform for artists to pursue new ways of working and engaging with audiences.
A new initiative delivered by Guildhouse in partnership with the City of Adelaide.
This residency has encouraged me to vocalize and interact more during the developmental stage of my piece; not normally a process I undertake when writing. I have participated in many enlightening conversations with artists, community members and workshop attendants over the last few months forming new points of perspective and better understanding the depth of my subject.Rayleen Forester
The residency finds its strength in: It’s location; it’s socially engaged forum; and support from
Guildhouse & Adelaide City Council. The space is perfect for workshops, events and all other types
of single day/evening activities.
Artist in Residence
Two Artists in Residence with a socially-engaged practice, will utilise the City of Adelaide’s ArtPOD in the breezeway at 25 Pirie St, Adelaide and collaborate with engaged communities. This will explore at least one key element of directions identified in the City of Adelaide’s Strategic Plan to culminate in an exhibition, demonstration, performance or event.
Writer in Residence
The writer will engage with the artists in residence and the emerging curator to respond to themes and ideas that are developing across these programs. The resulting work will document the projects undertaken and enable storytelling.
The Emerging Curator will facilitate broad cultural engagement and audience development through a program of artist and writers in residence, exhibitions and public programs, supported through embedded professional mentoring.
Kaspar Schmidt Mumm’s Artworks Residency 2018. Photograph Guildhouse.
Image: Jasmine Ann Dixon at work the City of Adelaide Art Pod, 2020. Photograph: Sam Roberts. ‘Sometimes you have to step away from what you’re used to, to see if it’s what you want. My whole identity is caught up in painting. Do I still want to be an artist?’...
Image: Margaret Richards, Tjukula Tjuta (detail), 2020. Photograph: Courtesy APY Gallery, Adelaide. Monday 31 August, 1pm – 2pm Location: Online Pricing: Free, bookings essential Presenters: ART WORKS Emerging Curator Steph Cibich, exhibiting...
Image: Margaret Richards, Tjukula Tjuta (detail), 2020. Photograph: Courtesy APY Gallery, Adelaide.Tuesday 7 July – Friday 23 October Location: Adelaide Town Hall, Mankurri-api Kuu (Reconciliation room) and First Floor Gallery, 128 King William Street, Adelaide...
Image: Steph Cibich and Carly Snoswell with Carly's ‘Crochet your character' at the Adelaide Art Vending Machine housed at AGSA, 2019. Photograph: Rosina Possingham. ART WORKS 2020 Emerging Curator Steph Cibich is currently based one-day per week at...
Image: SA Artists for Climate Action, Climate Badges, installation view, 2020. Photograph: Sam Roberts. Zoe Freney is a South Australian artist, arts writer and educator. She is also one of the primary members of local artist collective, ‘SA Artists for Climate...
This is the third year of the ART WORKS program, which delivers on the City’s Cultural Strategy 2016-23 for Adelaide to be recognised as a cultural incubator where people, enterprises and audiences flourish. Writer in Residence Susan Charton will engage with the ART...