One sun, One World – Many Dreams
2016 Artist in Residence
Woodridge State School/Out of the Box/
China/Australia Children’s Art Exchange
Jan 22, 2016 – Feb 28, 2016
Six weeks of workshops at Woodridge State School Year 3 students, teaching children drawing, painting and printmaking including coke lithography which was exhibited at QPAC and in Hubei, China.
This project was conducted by Dr Barbara Piscitelli AM in collaboration with QPAC Out Of The Box festival.
Woodridge State School/Out of the Box Exhibition Young People’s Gallery, Logan Art Gallery
Oct 22, 2016 – Nov 28, 2016
An exhibition of the work created by the Woodridge State School students involved in this project, which answered the questions:
‘What do I like to do and play’
‘Where I live’
and ‘My dreams for the future’
Artists Residency at Tanks Arts Centre Cairns & Mentoring by Master Printer Theo Tremblay
RADF Grant recipient & Facilitator of Childrens Workshops
April 5 – 27 2014
Wonderful time at the residency in Cairns, with Chris Stannard and Master Printer Theo Tremblay and their families.
The experience allowed me to increase my skills and produce a number of lithographs, whilst being inspired by the beautiful botanical gardens.
2015 Mar 6 – Apr 18
The Cocoon Project was part of The Homesickness Project Exhibition
Collaborative Community Art Project, Logan Art Gallery,Qld
Work fulfilled a RADF grant to provide workshops to young people with disabilities at First Services, Eaglby during July 2014 – Feb 2015
These collaborative workshops were facilitated by textile artist Therese-Flynn Clarke and myself.
Providing printmaking and textile workshops to young people with disabilities, exploring their feelings about ‘home sickness’. This project concluded with a collaborative installation of With the production of 5 hand coloured lithographs linked by wire sculptures, a response to these workshops and our attendees feelings on this topic. The exhibition was curated by Dr Liz Woods and Kevin Leung.
The exchanges took place in May 2012 with the artists from Logan City visiting the City of Onkaparinga from 3–7 May. Onkaparinga artists visited Logan City from 17–21 May.
Double Vision was a visual, performing and creative arts exchange program between the City of Onkaparinga in South Australia and Logan City Council. Local artists were selected by each council to visit the partner city where they met with artists, undertook research and were inspired by the different environments. In response, each artist created artworks for exhibition in both Onkaparinga and Logan.
The Logan artists selected were: Therese Flynn-Clarke, Anne Grant, Fred Harrison, Nicola Hooper and Chrys Zantis. The Onkaparinga artists selected were: Mike Lucas, Anthony Fenwick, Cristina Metelli, Greg Tansell, Jen Wright and Suzanne Laslett.
My work was purchased by Onkaparinga Council at the conclusion of the exhibitions.
Exhibited at: Stump Hill Gallery, McLaren Vale Visitor Information Centre, 12 Oct to 11 Nov 2012
Logan Art Gallery from 3 April until 11 May 2013.