The Cube 2019 Artist-in-residence
QUT Precincts invites creative practitioners to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) for The Cube 2019 Artist-in-residence program.
The 2019 EOI period opens on 23 April and closes on 5 July 2019.
The Artist-in-residence (AIR) program is an opportunity for creatives to further their practice by designing, developing and delivering a project at The Cube.
The Cube is one of the world's largest digital interactive learning and display spaces located at QUT's Science and Engineering Centre. A hub for scientific and digital exploration, it is an innovative, world-class digital interactive environment for STEM learning, research, and engagement.
In developing the work, the resident will be supported to connect with relevant QUT staff and link to relevant technology and facilities.
Who is the AIR Program for?
The AIR program is open to applicants residing within the Asia-Pacific region. The program is suited to technically capable, established creative practitioners working across a broad range of disciplines within the digital landscape.
Past residents and projects are listed on The Cube website. Some of the example areas of practice can be found in the Artist-in-residence Guidelines (PDF, 115kb).
How do I submit an EOI?
Applicants are required to submit their resume, examples of previous work, and a brief preliminary project proposal.
Preliminary project proposals should provide a concept outline and presentation ideas for an innovative digital project which can be displayed on The Cube screens.
We are looking for strong ideas with creative merit, that seek to utilise The Cube’s technology and opportunities as a dedicated large-scale public interaction environment. View The Cube technical specifications
How to apply
1. Review the program details outlined in The Cube 2019 Artist-in-residence Guidelines
2. Use the EOI online form to submit your application (AIR will open on 23 April)
When completing the EOI online form, you will need to provide the following information:
- Contact details
- Resume / CV (2 pages max. PDF, DOC, DOCX, TXT, PPT)
- Preliminary project proposal describing the proposed project, including the concept and how you plan to present the project on The Cube screens (1 page/500 words max. PDF, DOC, DOCX, TXT, PPT)
- Sample work – up to 5 examples of previous work; images, videos, sound files (max. 5MB per image, PDF, GIF, JPEG, JPG, PNG, MPG, MPEG, AVI, WMV, WAV, MOV, PPT).
Key dates – 2019 Application timeline
23 April 2019
The Cube 2019 AIR EOI opens
5 July 2019
The Cube 2019 AIR EOI closes
19 July 2019
All applicants advised of outcome and shortlisted applicants invited to submit a developed project proposal
2 August 2019
Developed project proposals submitted
12 August 2019
2 September 2019
Residency commences at The Cube
8 November 2019
Work to be displayed at The Cube in early November
After the EOI period has closed, submissions will be reviewed by QUT Precincts and shortlisted applicants will be notified.
The shortlisted applicants will then be invited to submit a developed project pitch. A flat rate pitch fee will be offered for shortlisted applicants to develop the project proposal and budget.
Detailed information on this process will be provided to the shortlisted applicants.
All questions regarding The Cube 2019 Artist-in-residence program and the Expression of Interest (EOI) should be directed in writing to The Cube’s Public Programs Officer, Kerry Turnbull, email@example.com.