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In Residence

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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art's In Residence program is a Department of Education (DoE) program, supported by the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA).

In Residence is held annually for 3 days through December at QAGOMA, providing Year 10 Queensland visual art students with the opportunity to strengthen their understanding of the academic, experimental, collaborative and reflective nature of contemporary visual art and gain an appreciation for the breadth of opportunities in the creative industries.

Throughout the 3 days, students engage with exhibitions at QAGOMA, artists and tertiary partners as they participate in creative making and responding workshops.

In Residence is open to all current Year 10 Queensland state and non-state school students who are or will be enrolled to study senior visual art in 2023​.

In Residence 2022 will be held live in Brisbane from 29 November to 1 December 2022.

Check out what previous In Residence students have got up to by watching the 2020, 2019 and 2018 highlights videos or viewing the 2021 digital gallery​.​

How to nominate for In Residen​ce

Submissio​n portal

Nominations may only be submitted by teachers – students are not eligible to nominate themselves. Teachers must upload their student's response and relevant consent forms to the nominati​on website​ by 5pm Monday 19 September 2022.

Up to 4 students per school may be entered into the program.

Submission gu​idelines​

Schools must download and read the 2022 In Residence submission guidelines (PDF, 1.3MB)​(DOCX, 3MB)​​ before entering the program. The guidelines contain information on all elements of the program and what is expected of schools, students and parents/guardians.​​

Student response to featured artwork

To nominate, Year 10 students are required to develop a response to the featured artwork (section 3.5 of the In Residence ​submission guidelines).

The student's response must be authentic and communicate their response, interpretation or connection to the artwork through the following formats:

  • a written work in a genre of your choice – maximum 200 words
  • a visual response (drawing, painting, photograph, collage, etc.) – maximum 1 x A4 page in JPEG or PDF, 3MB size limit​​.

Project consent f​​orm

Students nominating in the awards program are required to complete the following consent forms:

Schools will be required to upload completed forms via the submission portal.

Please note: the QAGOMA consent form is optional at the submission stage, but it will be required to be completed if the student is successful in the selection process.

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Last updated 13 July 2022