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Residencies & Artist Projects

2021  :
  • Coordinator, Paper Category, Wearable Art Mandurah Showcase and competition. Mandurah. Western Australia.
2018  :
  • Mourning The Missing documentation project. Lead artist.
  • Wrap Me In Memories®. An arts based community development project for dementia patients and their families. Delivered for the Care Beyond Cure Initiative in North-West Tasmania.
2016-2018  :
  • Developer, Project Manager and Facilitator of the Wearable Art Whispers Project: an Australia wide collaborative progressive arts project funded by Wearable Art Mandurah. Western Australia.
2016  :
  • Artist in Residence at Heritage Hill historical site in the City of Greater Dandenong, working on a site-specific series of paper sculptures.
  • Melbourne Fringe Festival Open Book Program. Development of a sculptural installation ‘Ex Libris’. Exhibited at the State Library of Victoria.
  • Making Culture. Dandenong, Victoria. Artist Facilitator for a youth art project as part of the Cultural Threads Festival. Funded by the City of Greater Dandenong.
  • Fashioning Museums Conference. ANU, Canberra. Attendee.
2015/2016  :
  • Make Your Mark: Death. Devonport, Tasmania. Lead artist for the TMAG program funded through TAHPC. A youth art project dealing with the themes of death and ephemeral art.
2015  :
  • Wrap Me In Memories®. An arts based community development project for dementia patients and their families.
  • Mourning The Missing. Tasmanian Association for Hospice and Palliative Care. Project developer, lead artist, facilitator and curator. A community arts project in which participants created and exhibited a personal mourning garment in memory of a missing person.
2014  :
  • Paper Garments For The Grave. Tasmanian Association for Hospice and Palliative Care. One of 10 Tasmanian artists. The project involved interpreting and making paper garments for burial purposes.  Exhibited in Burnie, Launceston and Hobart.
  • Hazara/Afghani Women’s Collaborative Project. Hunter Island Press. A print and stitching project involving artists and refugees.

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