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04/25/2021

Botanica - Contemporary Art Outside at the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens is a beautiful public art exhibition that features nine new artworks by some of Australia's leading contempoary artists and designers. It explores the nexus of art and design practice and inspires conversations about our built, natural and digital environments.

The artists are Hiromi Tango, Simone Eisler, Georgie Pinn, Esem Projects, Charlotte Haywood, Jenna Lee, Kellie O'Demosey, Paul Bai and Georgia Hillas.

Not just an art exhibition, it's for all ages and includes a Children's Discovery trail where kids can play hide and seek with micro-projections of Australian fauna as well as live music and food trucks and a pop up bar. Friday nights are family nights with children's discovery trails. The full programme features artists workshops,guided tours, micro-projections, spoken word activities, a poetry slam night, the children's discovery trail and live drawing performance.

Opens Friday 7 May through to Sunday 16 May. City Botanic Gardens from 5-10 pm daily.

Full public programme and description of my installation Museum Of Our Lost World here: https://www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/things-to-see-and-do/whats-on-and-events/botanica-contemporary-art-outsidery-art-outside
09/11/2019
I am excited to be featured in New Woman: A Century of Women in Brisbane Art at the Museum of Brisbane. New Woman recognises the lives of Brisbane women artists over the past 100 years from the independent and adventurous to the often overlooked, exploring the trailblazing women who have continued to take the lead in Brisbane art.

The exhibition includes a photograph from my 2010 Night Vision series. Maurice O'Riordan wrote an insightful review for this series in the Debut section of Photofile Magazine titled: Garden of Earthly Shadows
09/11/2019
In September I am undertaking the Kaya Sulc Studio Residency at the Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre. I'll be opening the Creative Generation Excellence in Visual Art Awards exhibition on Saturday 14 September 2pm - 4pm. Then off to make new work in a new space for 10 days.