Tasmanian artists awarded prestigious residencies in South Korea — Mirage News

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— by Elise Archer, Minister for the Arts: Two Tasmanian artists are set to experience the trip of a lifetime as they each spend six weeks immersing themselves in the arts and cultural sector of South Korea.

Dr Veronica Kent from Simpsons Bay and Nadege Philippe-Janon of West Hobart are the successful applicants for the 2019 Arts Tasmania Jeju International Residency – a reciprocal program that supports exchanges between Tasmanian artists and artists from Jeju Island, South Korea…

Image: Nadege Philippe-Janon, Columba Livia (still), 2017, single channel video, courtesy of the artisy

May 17, 2019 — 11:08 AEST


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