Constant Relay

Constant Relay is a first-in-first-served, no application, short-form residency and exchange opportunity at ReadyMade Works. Artists receive time in the studio bookended by encounters with fellow artists in residence. 

 

Throughout March artists will be offered 3.5-hour sessions in the studio with 30-minutes of allocated time to cross-over with the following artist in residence. This cross-over is an informal opportunity to connect with other practitioners, share something about what you are working on, or exchange ideas. 

 

The residencies will run Monday-Friday, 1st-26th March. Each day is divided into three different studio sessions 9-12:30pm, 12-3:30pm and 3-6:30pm. Artists are encouraged to do at least 2-3 sessions over the course of the residency. Constant Relay will culminate in a closed sharing on Friday 26 March 4-6pm hosted by ReadyMade Works Creative Producer Jane Mckernan. All involved artists are invited to come together and share their processes and exchanges with one-another. 

 

2021 Participating artists: Phaedra Brown, Eliza Cooper, Matt Cornell, Rachell Dade, Tra Mi Dinh, Elle Evangelista, Emily Flannery, Ryuichi Fujimara, Gabriela Green Olea and Shana O'Brien, Anna Grieg, Romain Hassanin, Vanessa Marian, Caroline Nguyen, Raynen O'Keefe, Niv Rajendra, Juliet Sato, Lee Serle, Alvin Toh and Ashleigh Veitch

Constant Relay is presented as part of March Dance 2021, supported by City of Sydney

Head to March Dance Website for full program details.

Constant Relay Archive:

Wombat Radio's Matt Cornell spoke to the Constant Relay 2020 artists about their work and time in the studio during Constant Relay. Listen to the Constant Relay Podcast Series to hear about what the 2020 Constant Relay artists got up to during their residencies.

Artists: Opal Russell, Ivey Wawn, Megan Payne and Alice Heyward, Nikki Heywood, Lux Eterna, Emma Harrison, Ebony Howald, Emily Flannery, Amy Flannery, Emalyn Knight, Kristie Pike, Olivia Hadley and Holly Craig.

ReadyMade Works acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, on whose land we gather and work.

RMW is supported by City of Sydney Creative City and Create NSW

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