215 Magill Studios Residency

21 July 2021

The Helpmann Academy is thrilled to introduce the second recipient of the 215 Magill Studios Residency in 2021.

Flinders University graduate Anna Revesz will undertake a six-month residency at the shared studio space from August 2021 – January 2022.

This specialised space presents an opportunity for Anna to freely create and develop new work, in a productive environment surrounded by creatives from a number a disciplines and skill sets.

Anna says that she is looking forward to having the time and space to experiment with new materials and forms.

“I am thrilled to be receiving the 215 Magill residency, and I am so grateful to Helpmann and their donors for their continued support as I develop my artistic practice,” says Anna.

“Throughout this residency, alongside strengthening the photographic side of my practice, I will continue to expand my work into sculpture, and dedicate time and space to experimenting with different materials and forms. I will also use this opportunity to delve deeper into the research and creation of a new body of work that I have just begun developing.”

Anna will be joined by fellow Flinders University graduate Alicia Butt, whose current residency at 215 Magill Studios has been extended for a further six months.

Image: Anna Revesz, photo by Sarah Sturm.

The Helpmann Academy 215 Magill Studios Residency is an initiative of Helpmann Academy, delivered in partnership with 215 Magill Studios.

We wish to thank Mark Jones and David McKee AO and Pam McKee for their generosity in making these residencies possible.