In 2012, the inauguration of the Rauschenberg Residency saw the studios, houses, and property functioning together as a vibrant creative centre. Established as one of the foundation's major strategic initiatives, the residency program serves more than seventy artists annually. The site includes the main studio for visual and performing arts, a dance studio, a writing cottage, three multipurpose studios, a communal dining space, an historical Fish House on stilts, and four houses that can accommodate a total of ten artists. The harmonious juxtaposition of natural landscape, modern and adaptable studios, and comfortable housing provides a perfect backdrop for the artistic process.
4 March-5 April 2019