3x3x2: Two Year Residency at PACT

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3x3x2: A two-year residency at PACT for early career performance artists.

PACT is searching for two innovative artists who will make PACT their home in 2018 and 2019. 3x3x2 is part of a new program model that includes atPACT, our 2-year residency for independent companies.

3x3x2 offers space, mentorship, a salary and the freedom to test an idea driven investigation. In 2018, resident artists will undertake a weeklong residency at Testing Grounds in Melbourne followed by two, 2 week creative development periods in Sydney. In 2019, artists will premiere a new work at PACT. Resident artists will also actively engage with PACT’s wider program and will curate a panel discussion as part of PACT’s public programming.

This exciting opportunity is open to early career artists interested in experimental performance. We define early career at an artist in their first 5 years of professional practice. There are two residencies available in 2018/19:

-       A First People's residency, in collaboration with Moogahlin Performing Arts.

-       An Open Residency for Artists from all backgrounds, abilities and art forms.

To apply complete the EOI on the PACT website or download an application form and return to Katrina Douglas at artisticdirector@pact.net.au by 5pm Monday 6 November. Late applications will not be accepted. Shortlisted applications will be required to attend an interview with the selection panel.

PLEASE NOTE: Ensure you have read and understood the residency details available for download here before applying. To be eligible, you must be available for the 2018 dates outlined in the overview. The scheduled dates are not negotiable.

Name *
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If Yes, please include the project(s) and year(s) you were involved. (Please note: We welcome applications from artists who have not previously been involved with PACT.)
Artistic Overview
Please provide your biography (maximum 300 words).
How does it align to PACT’s ethos and mission to support experimental and contemporary performance? (maximum 300 words).
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Please provide one of the following (links are preferred): • Up to 5 minutes video of examples of your work • Up to 5 images of example of your work