Arts Apprentice Program


The Arts Apprentice Program is a practical professional skills development opportunity, with our Artist in Residence mentoring emerging artists through hands on workshops and on-site sculpture installation.

Arts students or graduates are invited to apply to work with Alex Sanson in the development of his new work Cradle that will launch the Pyrenees Sculpture Park and Sculpture Trail project in November 2018. The program will include all aspects involved with planning, building and installing a giant installation sculpture work  in an outdoor setting.

Successful applicants must be available to attend various sessions through the year in Alex’s workshop, located 2 hours from Melbourne.  As well as attend all safety briefings  and be available to work onsite for the duration the sculpture installation.

Local artists/students from the Pyrenees and Ballarat areas are encouraged to apply.

To be be involved, please apply with the following;

  • Résumé
  • Cover letter that includes
    • A brief statement on how you feel you will develop creatively/artistically/personally by participating in the program
    • List of your personal and professional skills that will contribute to a successful project team.
  • Two referees with contact details

To submit your application and for any further information please email

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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which our organisation is located and where we conduct our business.
We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past and present.
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