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Call for applications to New York residency

7 March 2005

Call for applications to New York residency

Creative New Zealand is calling for applications to a four-month residency at the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York in 2006.

The residency is available from February to May 2006 and is open to New Zealand visual artists currently working or exhibiting in New Zealand. The Creative New Zealand residency includes ISCP fees, return airfares, accommodation costs and an artist stipend of US$3000 per month.

The previous recipient was Christopher Braddock, a multi-media sculptor and lecturer at the Auckland University of Technology, who undertook the residency in 2004.

The closing date for applications is 5pm, Friday 24 June 2005. For more information and guidelines, contact either Elizabeth Caldwell (Email: Tel: 04-498 0737) or Danielle Tolson (Email: Tel: 04-473 0184). The guidelines can also be downloaded from the resources section of Creative New Zealand's website (


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