Each year, AUT hosts an outstanding French scholar under the Te Ataata Residency programme. Te Ataata Residency is a joint initiative between AUT and the French Embassy in New Zealand, with the support of Institut Français. The programme aims to develop collaborations and initiatives between the two countries.
The residency is an opportunity for a practice-based French scholar to work alongside their AUT peers on interdisciplinary art-science research, with access to the same facilities, expertise and materials as staff during their stay here.
The resident is hosted by AUT’s Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies - Te Ara Auaha. The faculty recognises that design as a discipline is central to advancing transdisciplinary learning and research. Its range of discipline areas include art and design; communication studies; engineering, computer and mathematical sciences; and creative technologies.
The residency includes airfares, accommodation and a weekly stipend as described below.
Applications are now open for the 2019 Te Ataata Residency programme.
You would preferably start in September 2019.The residency is a full-time, 4-week programme.
To apply for the residency, you must be:
The residency programme includes:
Health and travel insurance is not included. You should arrange it for the full period of your stay.
We invite you to take part in a range of activities. Some of these are:
Applications open on 18 February. You must apply by 31 March 2019.
We'll announce the resident in April 2019.
In your application, you should demonstrate how a direct collaboration may ensue between your own institution and AUT.
We're seeking applications from creative, practice-based scholars working in experimental and critical areas of art-science.
The Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies - Te Ara Auaha has several research groups and advanced technology facilities with expert technicians, to support research, development and collaboration during the residency. You may also be able to negotiate access to AUT’s research institutes and centres.