Carriageworks Announces 2024 Clothing Store Studio Artists 29 Jan 2024

Sydney, Australia: Carriageworks, one of Australia’s most significant contemporary multi-arts organisations, today announced 10 artists who will be the 2024 artists-in-residence at the Carriageworks Clothing Store building. Established in 2017, the program provides artists working at the forefront of contemporary practice with studio space in the heart of North Eveleigh. In 2024, for the first time since the program began, artist studio rent is fully subsidised.

The 2024 Carriageworks Resident Artists were chosen by a selection committee comprised of Aarna Fitzgerald Hanley, Senior Curator of Visual Arts at Carriageworks, Stephanie Berlangieri, Associate Curator of Visual Arts at Carriageworks, and Agency Projects curator and proud Gulumirrgin (Larrakia) Jingili, Anglo and Filipino woman Coby Edgar.

The 2024 studio artists are: Akil Ahamat, Denis Beaubois, Jasmine Miikika Craciun, Newell Harry, Alana Hunt, Victoria Hunt, EJ Son, Shireen Taweel, Helen Grace and Joel Sherwood Spring.

Built in 1913, the Carriageworks Clothing Store is part of the historic Eveleigh Railway Workshops that includes Carriageworks and South Eveleigh. The artist residency program at the Clothing Store has supported more than 40 artists across six years to date. Previous artists in residence have included: Tony Albert, Frances Barrett, Sarah Contos, Dean Cross, Mikala Dwyer, Cherine Fahd, Brian Fuata, Dennis Golding, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Thea Anamara Perkins, Phaptawan Suwannakudt, Salote Tawale, Jason Phu, Jazz Money, Kate Mitchell, JD Reforma and Nell.

A number of former resident artists at the Clothing Store have gone on to present major works at Carriageworks, most recently including Salote Tawale’s first major solo exhibition, I remember you, presented from 17 November 2023 to 28 January 2024.


The Clothing Store Artist Studios are generously supported via the Carriageworks Collective giving program and Major Partner Bloomberg Philanthropies.


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