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Artist in Residence program
'The Gardens has remained a potent source of inspiration for artists and writers since the inception of the colony; and is a setting for the display of public art'. NSW Heritage Act 1977
In keeping with the ongoing use of the Garden by artists since European settlement and before, the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust offers an annual Artist in Residence Program which allows artists to work in and be inspired by the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney and its collections. The program is offered to a practicing artist who has a demonstrated history of producing work of a high standard for exhibition and whose residency will contribute to the Trust’s programs.
Artist in Residence 2012
Phillippa Carnemolla was the 2012 Artist in Residence at the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney. Click here for more information about Phillippa Carnemolla's work as the Artist in Residence for 2012.
Currently the Royal Botanic Gardens & Domain Trust is not offering an Artist in Residence program. Following a review process, we plan to relaunch the program for our bicentenary celebrations in 2016.
Previous Artists in Residence
Artworks by the 2012 Artist in Residence, Phillippa Carnemolla.