The gallery has a small glass table and a couch. Any other specific display items can be supplied by the artist, or if you have any requests let us know, and we’ll see what we can do.
You are welcome to work inside the gallery space, outside or in the workshop. Drop sheets and easels are to be supplied by the artist. There are trestle tables in the workshop if needed.
Absolutely. Just contact us and we’ll set up a time, or pop in and visit another residency to see the space in action.
The residency is designed as an artist run space, so is expected that you organise your own events and workshops.
The artist is responsible for taking bookings and payments for any workshops.
You do but at least one of the Black Duck crew will be around to give you a hand at your opening event.
The Artist in Residence comes with the ‘Marketing Package’. See the overview for what that includes. Other than our online advertising the Artist Retreat is promoted by you if you so choose.
The Black Duck Gallery has public liability insurance for visitors, but artists are recommended to get their own insurance as well. Flying Arts provides a very affordable artists insurance. Visit the website at https://flyingarts.org.au/ for more information.
Yes, we will provide platters and cups for the opening and other events you may have.
You can run as many as you like. The more opportunity to pull people into the space to see your work the better.