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Residencies


#ArtKeeper

Learn more about our ArtKeeper program, and the four artists currently employed by HOTA.

ArtKeeper

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ArtKeeper

We know that it continues to be a challenging time across the arts sector i...

ArtKeeper: Michelle Le Plastrier

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ArtKeeper: Michelle Le Plastrier

She has produced workshops for Gold Coast Arts and Culture, Pacific Fair an...

ArtKeeper: Dani Cabs

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ArtKeeper: Dani Cabs

Dani believes that play is essential for healthy community and relationship...

ArtKeeper: Daniele Constance

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ArtKeeper: Daniele Constance

She creates artistic works that draw from direct experience and social arts...

ArtKeeper: Jay Jermyn

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ArtKeeper: Jay Jermyn

Through this lens, Jay proposes new ways of looking at the notions of self ...


Disruptors in Residence

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Disruptors in Residence


#Artists in Residence

In Residence: Laurie Anderson

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In Residence: Laurie Anderson

In a coup for the Gold Coast, multi-award winner and fearless pioneer Lauri...

In Residence: Mammalian Diving Reflex

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In Residence: Mammalian Diving Reflex

This week we welcome Mammalian Diving Reflex to HOTA, Home of the Arts as o...

In Residence: Liesel Zink

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In Residence: Liesel Zink

Brisbane based choreographer Liesel Zink is currently in residence at HOTA ...

In Residence: David Carberry, Ben Walsh Alice Muntz, Ela Bartilomo and Rhys Miller

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In Residence: David Carberry, Ben Walsh Alice Muntz, Ela Bartilomo and Rhys Miller

They’ll be on site for 10 days this month and will then present their work ...

In Residence: Michael Smith and Ashleigh Musk

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In Residence: Michael Smith and Ashleigh Musk

Drawn together by their passion for using dance/movement as a vehicle for e...

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HOTA proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.

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