TRACY SARROFF has recently undertaken a funded artist residency in the historic village Hill End NSW through the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, and with the generous support of Arts NSW, the Department of Environment and Climate Change and Country Energy.  The residence, Murrays Cottage, was once home to prominent Australian artist Donald Friend and Donald Murray.  The residency provided the opportunity to develop new work and be inspired by the rich cultural history and environment of the region.

TRACY SARROFF has also been shortlisted for the biennial Agendo Exhibition and Award for emerging artists under the age of 35 with a non-acquisitive prize of $10,000.  This year, the exhibition is held at St Heliers Street Gallery, The Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne.  Exhibition runs August 3rd - 7th.