Eramboo Artist in Residence


Northern Beaches Council and Eramboo Artist Environment have partnered together to provide a six-month artist residency, in an inspirational bushland environment, for an artist to develop a new body of work or a site responsive creative project.

The Eramboo Artist in Residence program offers free non-residential studio space at Eramboo Artist Environment in Terrey Hills, adjacent to the Ku-ring-gai National Park, a $3000 allowance for materials and mentoring and support towards an exhibition or public outcome.

Eramboo’s unique location gives artists an opportunity to disconnect from fast-paced urban environments, experiment creatively and develop their professional practice in a collaborative studio environment.

Find more details about the program in the Eramboo Residency Guidelines(Opens in a new window).

Applications are open for the 2022 Eramboo Artist in Residence… the deadline has now been extended until Friday 1st October 2021.

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a sanctuary for artists on the edge of the bush, it encompasses a beautiful gallery, teaching spaces and artist studios where art is conceived and made.

With the sounds of the Australian bush gently pervading the atmosphere, artists can explore their creativity in the tranquility of nature.

Susan Milne & Greg Stonehouse
Eramboo Artistic Directors

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About Eramboo

Eramboo is a contemporary creative space on the edge of a World Heritage National Park, where artists can flourish and connections between art, nature and the community can be nurtured.

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Spaces for hire

Eramboo has a variety of spaces for hire for artists working in all mediums.  Choices include our bush studios, gallery space and teaching space.

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Artist Programs

Eramboo’s Artist in Residence programs provide artists with an inspirational bushland setting for developing a body of work for a site responsive project or to simply grow creatively. Artists can immerse themselves in a peaceful natural environment where they can truly focus on their work in the surrounding native landscape. 

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