Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre and Northern Beaches Council provide a nine month residency to create site-specific public artwork using resources that have been recovered from Kimbriki.
Visitors to Kimbriki will see many eye-catching artworks around the site. From giraffes to eagles and a large Mandala Wheel, these wonderful art pieces have been created by previous Artists in Residence.
The Kimbriki residency aims to support artists to develop their professional practice and to contribute to the cultural life of the region.
Two artists will receive free non-residential studio space at Kimbriki in Terrey Hills, plus a $3,000 allowance for materials.
New or emerging artists are invited to apply for this residency. Artists must be residents of the Northern Beaches Council. Find more details in the Kimbriki Artist in Residency Guidelines 2020
Applications for the 2020 Kimbriki Artist Residency Program are now open. For more details, see the Northern Beaches Council website. Applications close 10 November.
Watch the video about the Artist in Residency Program at Kimbriki.