About the Artist in Residence Science Program
NOTE: This program is not operating in 2022.
The Artist in Residence Science program is a Queensland Government program, managed by the Department of Environment and Science’s Science and Technology Division and developed in consultation with Arts Queensland. The program supports creative collaborative residencies between professional artists and creative practitioners with scientists and the diverse science networks, researchers, data and infrastructure.
This program promotes the role and value of arts and science as key drivers of discovery and growth across Queensland by nurturing our collective and creative intelligence as we work to understand the environmental challenges facing Queensland.
The 2019 Artist in Residence Science residency
The 2019 Artist in Residence Science Mural Project involved a short residency, concept development and mural installation managed by the Science and Technology Division at the Ecosciences Precinct in collaboration with Dutton Park State School.
The 2017–2018 Artist in Residence Science residency
Four artists and the Bloom Collective of five artists collaborated with scientists from the Science and Technology Division for the 2017–2018 Artist in Residence in a 6.5 month voluntary residency based at 2 locations: the Ecosciences Precinct—Dutton Park and the Queensland Government Hydraulics Laboratory —Deagon.
The 2016 Artist in Residence Science residency
Four artists were selected for the 2016 Artist in Residence residency, culminating in the 2016 Art Meets Science exhibition.
The 2015 Artist in Residence Science residency
The 2015 Artist in Residence Science residency resulted in the selection of a collective of artists and the 2015 Art Meets Science exhibition.