Improvisation and extended domains within music and art.

About MUD ︎︎︎
Newsletter ︎︎︎
Humus Residency ︎︎︎





MUD:HUMUS (not Hummus!) is a performance-based artist-in-residence program that offers a unique professional development opportunity for South Australian artists working in emerging and experimental arts to obtain financial support, four weekly performances, mentorship, production of high-quality audio-visual materials and publication of the artist’s work in print and online to the MUD newsletter, website and mailing list.







Applications close June 6th





Humus is a program designed for experimental and transdisciplinary, emerging and mid-career artists working with extended practices—those who actively push the boundaries of their respective disciplines—of music, sound art, composition, improvisation, visual art, multimedia and dance.
       
    Like humus, the residency embraces diversity and complexity. It emboldens performers to cross the domains of research and performance and celebrates the novel discoveries that are made. The Humus residency provides a rich platform for artists to develop their practice, audience and career and thrives through the cross-pollination of concepts, culture and community within South Australia.

The successful artist will receive:
︎︎︎ $2000 for the month of September
︎︎︎ Five funded 90-minute Mentorship sessions with an established practitioner relevant to the artist’s discipline/field
︎︎︎Additional funding for accompanying performers
︎︎︎ High-quality audio-visual recording of each performance

The successful artist is expected to:
︎︎︎ Perform on the 6th, 13th, 20th and 27th of September at Ancient World, Adelaide.
︎︎︎ Contribute two reflective pieces for publishing online and in print



If you need more information about the venue, application process or the program please email us




Supported by ︎︎︎

   

We hold this space on
the unceded land of the
Kaurna people.

We acknowledge them
as the custodians of this
wonderful place and will
always try to do our work
in solidarity with the anticolonial
struggle.

Always was, always will be.




Contact Us


︎ ︎ ︎

©MUD ARTS 2022
Site design by Emrah Is
Contact Us


︎ ︎ ︎

©MUD ARTS 2022
Site design by Emrah Is
We hold this space on
the unceded land of the
Kaurna people.

We acknowledge them
as the custodians of this
wonderful place and will
always try to do our work
in solidarity with the anticolonial
struggle.

Always was, always will be.