BCSC AiR Located in the Victorian Alpine National Park, Australia

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

Art Opportunity coming up 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

Possible Outcomes

• Community engagement
• Performance
• Exhibition
• Publication
• Website

BCSC AiR strives to foster connections between artists and the local communities. Artists should be able to work independently but also be happy to interact with residing artists and the broader community.


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.


BCSC AiR runs 35 weeks a year from October 6, 2014 to May 31, 2015. Residencies range in duration from two weeks minimum to extended stays. Residency commence on a Monday and conclude on a Sunday.

Applications are accepted throughout the year

Cost Schedule

AUD$300 per week + AUD$30 international bank transfer fee.

Artists are responsible for their own living expenses including food, transport, insurance, tools and art materials.

Bogong Centre for Sound Culture does not provide grants or stipends but can provide support letters for funding bodies.


Artists will have their own room in a three bedroom self-contained cottage. Cottages have been refurbished with modern kitchens and laundry facilities. Linen and towels are supplied.

The village cottages date back to the 1940’s. They were originally built to house the workers of the Kiewa hydro scheme.

For further information, guidelines and application go to http://bogongsound.com.au/air