The Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT) is partnering with the AWRI on a new art + science residency.

The AWRI will host an artist to work with its flavour chemistry and sensory research teams, led by Dr Leigh Francis, for 12 weeks during 2019.

The residency is open to Australian artists working in any discipline and/or medium, and is believed to be the first wine science-focused artist’s residency in the world.

More information for potential artists, including application documents, can be found on the ANAT website. Applications are due by 5 March 2019 and potential applicants can contact Vicki Sowry at ANAT (vicki@anat.org.au) or Dr Leigh Francis at the AWRI (leigh.francis@awri.com.au) for more information.

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