BCSC AiR Located in the Victorian Alpine National Park, Australia

The Bogong Centre for Sound Culture Artist in Residence Program (B–CSC AiR) provides time, space, and an inspiring environment for emerging and established Australian and International artists to explore and develop their creative endeavours.

Art Residency previously on at Bogong Centre for Sound Culture in Other Regional Victoria precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Friday 01 November 2019 to Saturday 30 May 2020

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AiR Program Eligibility

BCSC AiR accepts applications from innovative artists working in the following disciplines

• Sound Art
• Music composition
• Creative Writing
• New Media
• Media Art
• Photography
• Art Research
• Curators
• Art Administrators
• Land Art
• Environment Art

The B–CSC’s residency program encourages dialogue, exchange and experimentation. It provides artists with an opportunity to consider and respond to Victoria’s alpine environment and its attendant complexities including the tension between conservation and exploitation.

A key aim of the residency, is to provide cultural opportunities to the Alpine Shire community, through public programs implemented by Australian and International artists while residing at the B–CSC. It is expected that residential artists will engage with the community creatively on at least one occasion. This could be an artist talk, workshop or some other means.

Residential artist are selected by the quality of their proposal and how it fits with the values and capabilities of the B–CSC.

Artists undertaking the residency are expected to arrive with a motivated, self-driven practice. Because of our small size and remote village location, artists must be excited by living in a temporary community of as few as two people, including staff.

The residency is situated in Bogong Village within close proximity to the picturesque Lake Guy. Established in 1940 with European gardens it is surrounded on all sides by Australian forest rich in native birdlife.


BCSC AiR is an independent micro artist in residency program located in Bogong Village. The village is situated in the foothills of Victoria’s Alpine National Park, between Mt Beauty and Falls Creek. It takes approximately 4.5 hours to get there by car from Melbourne.


Residency period is from October 1 to May 31
Duration of residency: 2 to 4 weeks

Applications are accepted throughout the year, click the link for more information.