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Bruny Island Residency

http://jojofane.com/?njd=treinamento-op%C3%A7%C3%B5es-binarias&2e7=4b In 2014 Joanna was lucky enough to spend three weeks at 'The Bull Bay Residency' on Bruny Island. The residency was shrared with her contemporary and dear friend, the sculptor Camie Lyons. She was invited to returned in 2016 and completed the residency with close friend, painter Susan Baird.

Hill End Residency

Joanna Logue has been awarded a Hill End Residency (Haefliger's Cottage) for the month of October through to November 2010 in conjunction with the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery’s residency program.
She revisited Haefliger's the following year to make photographs and a video which were exhibited along side her paintings at the Bathurst Regional Gallery in 2011. In that same year Joanna was awarded a residency at Warry's cottage in Hill End through the Paddington Art Prize.

Background


In March 1991, artist Jean Bellette died in her home on the island of Majorca. Earlier, the Hill End cottage that she shared with her husband Paul Haefliger was bequeathed to the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, the organisation that has managed the historic site at Hill End since 1967. A condition of the bequest was that the cottage remain an artist's retreat. Haefligers' cottage is largely unaltered with works of art, books and furnishings that echo the presence of the artists who have lived and worked there since the early 1950s.

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Studio 2014 Bush studio Warrys cottage 2012 Haefliger