Date: Thursday 17 July, 6–7:30pm
Location: Guildhouse, 178 Sturt Street, Adelaide 5000
Presenters:Troy-Anthony Baylis, Sera Waters and Liam Fleming.
Guildhouse are gathering past and presenting Guildhouse Fellows – Troy-Anthony Baylis, Sera Waters and Liam Fleming – for an in-person panel discussion, exploring their experiences and the impact of the Fellowship on their practices. The conversation will be supported by Emma Fey – Assistant Director, Operations, Art Gallery of South Australia, and Sarah Feijen – CEO, Guildhouse – and will be a unique opportunity to learn more about what the Guildhouse Fellowship can do for your practice and how to shape your application for the best chance at success.
After the discussion and through the submission period Samantha Faehrmann, Artistic Programs Manager, Guildhouse, will be available to respond to enquiries about the current open call out of The Guildhouse Fellowship. Applications to the Fellowship close Monday 21 August, 9am. All applicants are encouraged to book a 1:1 meeting to discuss their application with Sam before submitting, bookings can be found here.
The Guildhouse Fellowship
The Guildhouse Fellowship, valued at over $50,000, will be awarded annually to one South Australian mid-career visual artist, craftsperson or designer. The Fellowship is generously supported by the James and Diana Ramsay Foundation and is presented in partnership with the Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA). More information on The Guildhouse Fellowship and how to apply can be found here, with FAQ’s here.
Images (L-R): Troy-Anthony Baylis, Sera Waters and Liam Fleming. Photographs Sia Duff.