Exhibitions



SOLO: 



benefits of doubt
2019, MADA Now - Graduate Exhibition
Monash University, Caulfield


Image courtesy of Kim Sachs
are you|th here?
2019, Intermission Gallery 
Monash University, Caulfield 





GROUP:


Ideas of Resilience
11 - 28 March 2021 | Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy
Curated by Rose Hartley, Chelsea Hickman and Gen Townsend.



Ideas of Resilience was a group exhibition featuring audio-visual projections by Naarm-based emerging artists Emily Dang, Rose Hartley, Chelsea Hickman, Jamie Harrop, SLAY, Sian Hope, Ceitidh Hopper, Iona Julian-Walters, Jena Oakford, OpalOnyx, Ruby Quail, Bianca Billy Raffin, Beatrice Rubio-Gabriel, and Gen Townsend.

As Yarra Youth Service’s annual International Women's Day exhibition, these works centred themes of gender and projected the expanded futures of 'femme', 'feminine', and nonbinary genders. They critically explored how gender interacts with ongoing complexities of violence and ideas of resilience.

Opening event: March 11th 2021, 6-9pm at Brunswick Street Gallery, Level 1 and 2/322 Brunswick St, Fitzroy VIC 3065


Riding the Cotton Unicorn 
2020, Connection Arts Space, Dandenong 
Curated by Natalie Artis



An Oneiric Reality 
2020, Brunswick Street Gallery, Fitzroy 
Curated by Bianca Billy Raffin

Image courtesy of Chris Parkinson 

MADA Open Day
Monash University Art Design & Architecture, Caulfield


The Sorting Space, 2019

Vinnies Just Art: Asylum Seekers & Refugees
2016, The Stables, Melbourne

“Out of sight, Out of Mind”, oil paint on canvas.



Fine Arts Intensive - Open Day
2015, Monash University Prato Campus, Prato, Italy





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I acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Custodians and Elders - past, present and emerging, of the Kulin Nation on which I work and create. I recognise Aboriginal connection to material and creative practice on these lands for more than 60,000 years, and celebrate First Nation peoples' enduring presence and knowledge.


I acknowledge and pay respect to the Traditional Custodians and Elders - past, present and emerging, of the Kulin Nation on which I work and create. I recognise Aboriginal connection to material and creative practice on these lands for more than 60,000 years, and celebrate First Nation peoples' enduring presence and knowledge.