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Educational Qualifications:

Bachelor of Fine Arts (Interdisciplinary Print Media Major) Queensland College of Art, Graduated November 2017

Exhibition Development Program Flying Arts Alliance, September 2018

 

Awards:

2019 – Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) 2019 – Westpac Emerging Artist Award

2019 – Haugesund International Festival for Artistic Relief Print – Finalist

2018 – 35th Telstra NATSIAA Awards 2018 – Finalist

2018 – Ipswich Art Awards – First Place in Printmaking

2018 – gather.AWARDS – Finalist

 

Exhibitions:

Scheduled Solo Exhibitions

2020 – Fragments: a printed environment, Redlands Regional Art Gallery

2020 – Carving Memories, Cairns Regional Art Gallery (The Loft)

Group Exhibitions

2019 – ARTNOW FNQ 2019, Cairns Regional Art Gallery

2019 – Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF) 2019 with Onespace Gallery

2019 – Shared Connections (Brisbane City Council’s 2019 Indigenous Art Program), Edison Lane, Brisbane

2019 – Haugensund International Festival for Artistic Relief Print, Haugensund Art Gallery, Norway

2018 – 35th Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA), Museum and Art Gallery of Northern Territory

2018 – Impressions 12, Impress Printmakers Gallery, QLD 2018 – biannual gather.AWARDS, QLD

2018 – Conscious, Greaser Art Gallery, QLD

2018 – Figments of Your Imagination, Ipswich Art Gallery, QLD

2017 – Liminal Print, Gallery 61 (Queensland Academy for Creative Industries)

2017 – Snapshot, The Project Gallery (Queensland College of Art)

 

Collections:

2019 – Storyline, acquired by The Perera-Picco Collection of Australian Art

2017 – Tension, Griffith Print Club’s Annual Folio Box in partnership with State Library of Queensland’s artist book collection

 

Public Art and Projects:

2019 (-present) – CREATIVEMOVE: commissioned artist, Herston Hospital STARS public art project

2019 (-present) – Carving Allegories (working title) creation of new works in collaboration with Brian Robinson, Theo Tremblay and Onespace Gallery (funded by the Australia Council for the Arts)

 

Employment and Volunteering:

Gallery Administration and Supervision Onespace Gallery, Brisbane, QLD, 2019 – present

  • Website design
  • Art handling and packaging
  • Supervision of gallery space during exhibitions
  • Promote the work of the Gallery and its presented artists
  • Build relationships with galleries, museums, governments and other organisations
  • Coordinate the sales options for curators and collectors

Gallery & Events Officer Impress Printmaker Studios & Gallery, Brisbane, QLD, 2018 – present

  • Exhibition curation
  • Coordination and exhibition scheduling
  • Exhibition installation
  • Promotion and marketing

Practicing member Member of Griffith Print Club Queensland College of Art, 2017-2018

  • Coordination of club projects and exhibitions
  • Promotion to new students at Queensland College of Art
  • Management of community development between Griffith University Printmaking department and Impress Printmakers Studio Gallery

Supervision and Exhibition Installation Project Gallery, Queensland College of Art, 2017

Gallery Supervision and Exhibition Installation Gallery 61, Queensland Academy for Creative Industries, 2017

 

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