Protégé artist, Louise Tate, has been selected for the 2019 NARS international residency program. Facilitated by The New York Art Residency and Studio (NARS) Foundation, the program aims to create an international artistic dialogue, supporting both emerging and mid-career artists.
Louise will complete a short-term integrated residency at the NARS Foundation in New York, commencing from April 2019. This marks a significant step in the artist’s developing career and follows some of her recent achievements which include the Kyneton Residency Program presented by the Macfarlane Fund (2017) and the Lloyd Rees Memorial Art Award (2017).
Image credit: Louise Tate, ‘Aphrodite and 60’s new wave terraced houses’, 2017, oil and pastel on canvas, 90.0 x 115.0 cm