EOI Info Sessions and Support
CultureLAB and The Warehouse Residency
Arts House is a place where artists research, create and present bold new ideas.
Expressions of Interest for two of Arts House’s key programs are now open!
- CultureLAB – supporting independent artists, collectives and small-to-medium organisations to generate new work.
- The Warehouse Residency – supporting Deaf and Disabled artists to develop new work through a residency model, in partnership with Arts Centre Melbourne Alter State.
If you’re curious about applying, you can learn more about these opportunities by attending Arts House’s information sessions or joining us on a venue tour and morning tea with the Arts House team. Arts Access Victoria is also offering EOI support for Deaf and Disabled artists.
EOI Info Session – on Zoom
Thursday 30 November, 5.30pm – 6.30pm AEDT
Auslan interpreted and closed captioned.
Hosted by Arts House Artistic Director and creative team, this info session provides a deep dive into the CultureLAB and The Warehouse Residency programs and application processes. It will include tips on applying and how our DIAP and Equity – Builder will drive decision making.
A recording will be available on this webpage after the event.
Morning Tea & Venue Tour – in person at Arts House
Thursday 7 December, 11am – 1pm AEDT
Auslan interpreted on request – please provide 72-hours’ notice
Come and explore studio spaces on offer at North Melbourne Town Hall and have a cuppa with the Arts House staff. There will be opportunity to speak with staff from creative, production and marketing teams and find out more about how we support artists working with us.
Morning tea will be provided.
EOI Support with Arts Access Victoria
Phil Noack from Arts Access Victoria is available to provide EOI support to Deaf and Disabled artists from 16 – 23 January 2024.
Please contact PNoack@artsaccess.com.au or phone 03 8640 6027 (voice only) to arrange a time to meet and discuss your EOI for The Warehouse Residency or CultureLAB.
Image Credit: More Than Words Can Say by Sam Martin and Catherine Dunn, Commissioned by Arts House through The Warehouse Residency 2022, Photo credit: Jacinta Oaten
Image Description: Five people sit at a long dining room table, a feeling of warmth and friendship between them. The person in the middle of the group has their arms outstretched touching the shoulders of the smiling people sitting either side of them. On the outer right, a woman sits and signs in Auslan. On the outer left, a smiling woman sits cupping her face in her hand.