Carclew Doubles Annual Residency Program with Sharehouse

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Carclew, South Australia’s largest multi-art form and cultural not-for-profit organisation for young people, is excited to announce  the thirteen emerging artists taking over Carclew House in 2023 as part of its Sharehouse residency program.

Sharehouse offers young artists the opportunity to participate in and share a working space within Carclew, as well as receive networking and mentorship support from Carclew’s staff and established artists. Additionally, artists are encouraged to collaborate with other Sharehouse artists from various disciplines throughout the year. Artists can develop their skills, expand their networks and make connections in the arts industry.

“Carclew’s Sharehouse program offers a physical (and now digital!) playground for young creatives to explore, innovate and collaborate! Surrounded by a community of like-minded peers and guided by experienced arts professionals, Sharehouse provides the perfect environment for artists to brew their ideas, make and remake their work, and push the boundaries of their creativity. Carclew is thrilled to unveil this dynamic cohort of resident artists for 2023 and invite them to join us on this journey of artistic exploration!” – Carclew Chief Executive, Tricia Walton

This year sees the continuation of the Emerging Creative Producers program and the first resident artists to use the new Digital Space, a purpose-built digital art suite preparing Carclew for the future of art making.

The successful residents announced today include writers, filmmakers, artists, curators and dancers, and will be welcomed into Carclew House’s creative spaces for the next 12 months.

“The thing that excites me the most about being a Sharehouse resident is the potential for growth within different platforms and mediums. The varied networking and work experience opportunities that will arise over the year will allow me to expand and explore new mediums and platforms for myself as an experimental/multimedia artist.” – Paige Glancey (They/Them), 2023 Sharehouse Digital Space Recipient

The 2023 Sharehouse Residents are:

Curator in Residence:

Vasilia Karabatsos

Emerging Creative Producers:

Chloe Noble

Audrey Menz

Samantha Sharplin

Digital Space: A purpose-built suite on the ground floor.

Ryan Denner | Digital Art

Paige Glancey | Multi Art Form

Tiah Trimboli | Film Maker

Jerome Oosting | Music Producer

Messy Spaces: Two exclusive-use studios in the old stables.

Emerald | Visual Artist

Melak Khaleel | Visual Artist

Big Space: The Dame Ruby Litchfield Ballroom, a large, shared space.

Danielle Lim | Theatre

Fern Mines & Alix Kuijpers | Dance

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