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Pin-up Project Space and Gallery has launched a Summer Residency Program, offering Melbourne-based architects, designers and artists an opportunity to work with the gallery this summer.
The residency program will offer successful applicants an opportunity to work in-situ within the gallery, producing a body of work in consultation with the Pin-up creative team. The results of the initiative will then form the first exhibition of the gallery in 2012.
The residency program will run from December 2011 until February 2012. Initial submissions are due by 24 October 2011. For more information, visit www.pinupprojectspace.com
Pin-up is an independent architecture and design event and exhibition venue in Melbourne. Established in 2011 by curator and writer Fleur Watson and architect Martyn Hook of Something Together, the creative team work to exhibit, communicate and promote architecture and design in an accessible and inspirational environment. Pin-up is located at The Compound Interest: Centre for The Applied Arts, a shared workspace used by a collection of creative, design-minded businesses on Keele Street in Collingwood.
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