artists in residence

24 brisbane street
24 brisbane street
24 brisbane street
co-lab deck
24 brisbane street

pvi collective are offering residencies at their studio at 24 brisbane st, perth. 

there are two types available – one of four desks in the co-lab studio, or a studio residency. 

 

applications have now closed, but we will accept out-of-round applications for both spaces. 

co-lab residency

dedicated desk in a co-working open plan office space.

b.y.o. cool stuff

availability: by application or invitation.
residency length: variable, minimum 1 month – available as ongoing residency
studio hours: residents have 24/7 access
residency fees: $40 per week
included services:

  • free wifi
  • access to printer
  • desk + drawer
  • amenities
  • close to public transport, northbridge and mt lawley

plus: opportunity to be paid to run a workshop or talk as part of pvi collective’s curated programme of industry events.

about the residency:

pvi collective co-lab space offers artists the opportunity to stop working at the kitchen table, and take on a stable, affordable desk amongst like minded peers. In the past, we’ve found this model encourages the separation of home and work, and frequently impacts positively on the artists’ career via the professional environment and strengthen networks.

this residency would suit artists or arts workers who are desk-based, and are looking for a co-working space. individuals are allocated a dedicated desk and draw space in the co-lab space in a supportive environment.

about the co-lab space:

this is a shared studio with four desks in a contemporary, professional building with large windows and natural light. there is air conditioning, and access to amenities such as printer, desk and drawers, shared kitchen and bathrooms. it is close to public transport, northbridge and mount lawley.

pvi hopes to foster a collegial working environment and encourages debate and exchange with residents throughout their residency. provocateur support with a pvi collective artist is also available, please ask us about the applicable fees.

who should apply:

the co-lab space is open to artists across all disciplines. we welcome a mix of practices and value the opportunities this mix of people generates. we’re also very keen on talented, considerate folk with the occasional joke up their sleeves.

apply here

 

studio residency 

a dedicated studio space.

dr keith armstrong and steve berrick residency with consultancy from pvi collective

availability: by application or invitation.
residency length: min: 2 weeks. Max: 2 months.
studio hours: residents have 24/7 access
residency fees: $100 per week

incuded benefits:

  • free wifi
  • access to printer
  • desk
  • large pin board
  • amenities
  • close to public transport, northbridge and mt lawley

plus: opportunity to be paid to run a workshop or talk as part of pvi collective’s curated programme of industry events.

about the residency:

this residency would ideally suit an intensive research and development of a funded project or body of work. a dedicated studio is provided in a supportive environment, within a hive of creative activity including pvi’s artistic studios, admin office, and co-lab space for up to four desk-based artists or arts workers.

about the studio space:

the 4.2m x 5.2m space has a polished concrete floor, with a large window allowing for natural light, clean white walls, large pin board, white board, air conditioner and lockable cabinet.

the residency includes access to free wifi, amenities such as printer, desk and drawers, shared kitchen and toilets. it is close to public transport, northbridge and mount lawley.

pvi hopes to foster a collegial working environment and encourages debate and exchange with residents throughout the residency. provocateur support with a pvi collective artist is also available, please ask us about applicable fees.

who should apply:

expressions of interest are especially welcomed from individuals or companies working in the following fields:

> the audience experience: participatory performance and immersive theatre
> creative geekery: coding, games design and theory
> genre busting artforms: interdisciplinary and live art practice
> pervasive gaming: the use of mobile media
> social engagement: creative intervention / space activation / site specific work

applications are open to local, interstate or international artists. pvi can provide successful applicants with a letter of support for any additional funding required.

apply here