TWO positions are available for local artists to be involved in The Edge of Us Small Towns transformation project.
The 18 month long community arts project is funded by the State Government, and will use light, renewable energy and the power of the tides to light up the waterline communities of Corinella, Coronet Bay, Grantville, Tenby Point and Pioneer Bay.
The creative team for the project is seeking two artists in residence for the first stage of the arts project.
Entitled Luminous Streets, the project is the first stage of public participation for The Edge of Us public participation, and will involve a three month long process of constructing light-based sculptures and installations.
This will lead to an outdoor light gallery event in parks around the Waterline towns.
Construction workshops will take place in the primary school, with existing groups and in the open air in each of the five towns.
Four artists will be resident across five towns for the Luminous Streets project, and will be working towards creating light-based installations, curating a Luminous Streets gallery, and leading workshops with children in these waterline communities.
For a full position description, timeline and remuneration details, email theedgeofus@basscoastlandcare.org.au.
Applications close October 20.
The Small Town Transformations is a Victorian Government Initiative managed by Regional Arts Victoria.