The corridor project

THE CORRIDOR PROJECT…

The CORRIDOR project is a not-for-profit multidisciplinary arts organisation providing a platform for residency, education, cultural pursuits and/or research, where alternative methodologies can be explored and developed.

The CORRIDOR project is located on Wiradjuri country, in Regional NSW Australia. TCP provides a stepping off point for exploration whilst providing a regional space for the creative Industries, education, environmental and scientific initiatives.

Our annual program supports Multi-Disciplinary arts and cultural exchange between community, artists, art workers and scientists delivered as residences, exhibitions, workshops and events.

TCP Infrastructure has been adapted to accommodate for artist-in-residence programs, based on the concept of relocating artists from their typical environs to examine projects from different perspectives in a dynamic seasonal environment.

Address: 2997 Darbys Falls Road Wyangala
Phone: 0413 910697
Email: thecorridorproject@icloud.com
Website: www.thecorridorproject.org



ESCAPE TO CREATIVITY AT CORRIDOR ARTIST CAMPS! JULY-NOVEMBER 2023

The CORRIDOR project is offering self directed residencies to further practice, meet other creatives and bring their cohort.

In addition to our 2023 Program we are offering x5 artist camps in 2023, ideally suited for creatives seeking propelled action to practice. The artist camps, are located in the dynamic landscapes of Central West NSW, adjacent to the beautiful Lachlan/Galari river on Wiradjuri country. This opportunity provides the perfect conditions for artists from diverse disciplines to explore, ideate, discuss practice and develop or produce new work.

Join us and connect with fellow creatives, cultivate your artistic practice, and immerse yourself in a unique environment. Reserve your spot now for a weekend filled with inspiration, personal growth, and a unexpected artistic journey at the CORRIDOR project – Artist Camps! Read more on TCP CORRIDOR AiR opportunities and users HERE



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