RESIDENCIES AND ARTISTS CAMPS ARCHIVE

Residency Programme 2016-2017

Residency Programme 2016-2017

Eternal Place - Creative Space

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Residency #1 March 2016

Residency #1 March 2016

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Residency #2 August 2016

Residency #2 August 2016

Residency #2 Human-Landscape

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RESIDENCY #3 SEPTEMBER- OCTOBER 2016

RESIDENCY #3 SEPTEMBER- OCTOBER 2016

RESIDENCY #3

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Residency #4 Lines in the Landscape 2017

Residency #4 Lines in the Landscape 2017

Lines in the Landscape. January - April 2017 - Events, artists and masterclasses

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Artists' Camps 2017

Artists' Camps 2017

Each summer we host students, graduates and staff from art colleges and universities across the UK. In the spirit of the Sydney Artists' Camps of more than a century ago, and of Sidney Nolan's own vision for The Rodd, these week-long 'camps' offer participants the chance to walk, talk, review their practice, experiment and share ideas with each other and the public.

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River Bend Residency

River Bend Residency

Multi art form residency with John Aldus, Jessica Harrison, Yang Jing and Hiroko Tsuji

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Sound Residency

Sound Residency

Sunday 8 June, 3.00pm Artists' talks / performances

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Wood Residency

Wood Residency

19 July 2014, 5.00pm

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Ed Allington Residency

Ed Allington Residency

and Drawing Masterclass

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Cardiff School of Art & Design Residency

Cardiff School of Art & Design Residency

Residency Event - 11th August

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Cardiff MA student residency

Cardiff MA student residency

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Wimbledon Masters Residency

Wimbledon Masters Residency

Wimbledon Masters Residency

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Wimbledon MFA Residency

Wimbledon MFA Residency

Wimbledon MFA Residency

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Graduate Residencies - h.Art

Graduate Residencies - h.Art

Graduate Residencies, h.Art herefordshire art week

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Crossings Residency Film

Crossings Residency Film

a film about the Crossings residency at the Sidney Nolan Trust, The Rodd

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Supported By

Arts Council England