Light grey building set amongst the verdant national park.

Gallery space, Eramboo Artist Environment

Artist in Residence: Eramboo Artist Environment

Artists are invited to apply for the 2024 Artist in Residence program at Eramboo Artist Environment. Applications opening soon.  


Surrounded by the inspirational bushland environment of Ku-ring-gai National Park, an artist will be provided their own non-residential studio space at the Eramboo Artist Environment in Terry Hills for up to six months. The artist is given a $3,000 allowance for materials, to provide mentorship and community engagement opportunities, and for an exhibition or other public outcome at the culmination of the residency. 

Northern Beaches Council and Eramboo are offering this opportunity for mid-career artists to develop a new body of work, or site-responsive creative project.

Key Dates

Applications Open: 10am, Mon  25 Sep 2023
Applications Close: 3pm, Mon 23 Oct 2023
Applicants Notified: Nov 2023
Residency Begins: Feb 2024
Residency Ends: Jul 2024
Residency Outcome Presentation: Jul – Aug 2024

Contact information

Arts & Cultural Development Officer
Paul Matthews

Previous Eramboo Artists in Residence

2023: Bronte Cormican-Jones
An emerging contemporary visual artist and writer, Cormican-Jones often explores the field of spatial practice through her sculptural works, installation, performance and documented works. Having recently completed an Honours in Visual Arts (Sculpture) at the University of Sydney’s Sydney College of the Arts, she is drawn to glass and the industrial materials of steel, bricks and timber and is interested in the way that these materials are used in architecture and the infrastructure of the world around us.

2022: Julie Bartholomew
2021: Catriona Pollard
2020: Kirsten Fazio 

Further Opportunities

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