Alumni Exhibitions

Image: 'Aimee Gardyne: Terran Muddle', exhibition view, photo by John Daly

alumni, staff and student exhibitions

At any one time there are hundreds of exhibitions around the world featuring NAS Alumni. Here is a selection of alumni, staff and student exhibitions on this month. If you would like to submit details of your exhibition – please contact our Marketing Team:

Congratulations to the NAS community who are finalists in the Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes 2022! On view at the Art Gallery of New South Wales 14 May – 28 August 2022

Archibald: Ann Cape, Eliza Gosse, Fiona Lowry, Noel McKenna, Jude Rae, Jordan Richardson, Joan Ross, Wendy Sharpe, Natasha Walsh
Wynne: Dean Cross, Lucy Culliton, Geoff Harvey, Juz Kitson, Noel McKenna, Angus Nivison, Jude Rae
Sulman: Brodie Cullen, Noel McKenna, Gigi Malherbe, Rodney Pople, Leslie Rice, Wendy Sharpe, Sophie Victoria

NAS alumna and lecturer Maryanne Wick has a solo exhibition A Sense of Place and Time, Paintings and Drawings from Spain, on view at Campbelltown Arts Centre. Exhibition: 9 April – 22 May 2022

NAS alumni Clara Hali has a solo exhibition, The Circle and the Square, on view at Blue Mountains City Art Gallery. Exhibition: 25 March – 22 May 2022

NAS alumni Ceara Metlikovec has a solo exhibition, The Ancient Future,  on view at Jennings Kerr Gallery. Exhibition: 22 April – 16 May 2022

NAS alumni Lisa Jones and alumni and staff Luke Thurgate have a group exhibition, on view at M Contemporary. Opening Night: 28 April 2022

NAS alumna Amelia Lynch has a solo exhibition, Rockpools, on view at Arthouse Gallery. Exhibition: 30 April – 21 May 2022

NAS alumna Shireen Taweel has a solo exhibition, Shoe Bathers, on view at Firstdraft Gallery. Exhibition: 2 May – 12 June 2022

NAS Lecturer Gary Deirmendjian is part of a group exhibition, Human in the Wire, on view at Art Space on The Concourse. Exhibition: 4 May – 29 May 2022

NAS alumna Natasha Walsh has a solo exhibition, Natasha Walsh: Dear…, on view at N.Smith Gallery. Exhibition: 4 May – 28 May 2022

NAS alumni Lynley George and Angela Shacklady have an exhibition, Time Will Tell, on view at Willoughby Incinerator Artspace. Exhibition: 4 May – 22 May 2022

NAS alumni Zoe Young has a solo exhibition, The Seasons of Childhood, on view at Woollahra Gallery. Exhibition: 4 May – 22 May 2022

NAS alumna Margareth Dix is part of a group exhibition, Infinite Space, on view at The Moree Gallery. Exhibition opening: 5 May 2022

NAS staff and alumni Nick Collerson has a solo exhibition, Hermes, on view at Liverpool Street Gallery. Exhibition: 5 May – 4 June 2022

NAS Alumni Linda Seiffert is part of a group exhibition, Hands on clay 2, on view at Gang Gang Gallery. Exhibition: 5 May – 5 Jun 2022

NAS lecturer Bridie Lunney, and students Mitchel Davis and Charlotte Simpson are part of a group exhibition, transformations [something poetic], on view at Lilac City Gallery. Exhibition: 6 May – 22 May 2022

NAS alumni Alex Xerri has a solo exhibition, PANGAEA, on view at Flinders Street Gallery. Exhibition: 7 May – 28 May 2022

NAS lecturer Christine Dean has a solo exhibition, From the Collection: Learning from Late Modernism, on view at Penrith Regional Gallery. Exhibition: 7 May – 14 August 2022

NAS Alumni Joe Wilson is part of a group exhibition, Everything is ok :), on view at Verge Gallery. Exhibition: 13 May – 10 Jun 2022

NAS Alumni Skye Wagner has a solo exhibition, Unruly Chorus, on view at Schmick Contemporary. Exhibition opening: 14 May 2022

NAS Alumni Amber Bolton, Isabella Bruce, Chester Collins, Lara Dziggel, Zane Edwards, Rachel Farag, Waldemar Kirpichnikov, and Kristin Leslie are part of a group exhibition, A Fresh Perspective, on view at Kerrie Lowe Gallery. Exhibition: 14 May – 11 June 2022

NAS Alumni Caleb Reid has a solo exhibition, Void, on view at Abstract Thoughts Gallery. Exhibition: 26 May 2022

NAS alumni Joshua Charadia has a solo exhibition, Nocturnes, on view at N.Smith Gallery. Exhibition: 8 June – 25 June 2022

Numerous NAS alumni, staff and former staff are in the show Clay Dynasty on view at the Powerhouse Museum. These include Rod Bamford, Stephen Bird, Les Blakebrough, Louise Boscacci, Richard Brooks, Barbara Campbell-Allen, Don Court, Janet DeBoos, Lynda Draper, Ivan Englund, Merran Esson, Diogenes Farri, Suzanne Forsyth Hatch, Simone Fraser, Marea Gazzard, Ivan Gluch, Steve Harrison, Patsy Hely, Won-Seok Kim, Juz Kitson, Col Levy, Sandra Lockwood, Janet Mansfield, Ian McKay, Graham Oldroyd, Maricelle Olivier, Jenny Orchard, Anders Ousback, Sassy Park, Alan Peascod, Peter Rushforth, Ebony Russell, Bernard Sahm, Bill Samuels, Leonard Smith, Sandra Taylor, Thancoupie, Peter Travis, Toni Warburton, Amanda Warner, Roswitha Wulff. Exhibition: From 11 October 2021 – 17 July 2022

NAS alumnus Arash Chehelnabi has a solo exhibition, This Our Machine, on view at Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre. This exhibition is an outcome of the Tweed Regional Gallery – National Art School Masters of Fine Art Residency Award. The partnership between the Gallery and NAS aims to showcase emerging artists in celebration of Margaret Olley’s legacy as a NAS alumna and a supporter of emerging artists. Exhibition: 18 March – 31 July 2022

NAS alumni Fiona Foley and Mason Kimber are part of a group exhibition, MCA Collection: Perspectives on Place, on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Exhibition: 26 February 2021 – 4 September 2022

Congratulations to NAS alumnae Rachel Boggs, Christine Druitt-Preston, Sarah Edmondson, Marie Mansfield, Tania Mason, Nadia Odlum, Lucy O’Doherty, Judith White, Head of Printmaking Carolyn Mckenzie-Craig, staff Deborah Marks, Fellow Wendy Sharpe and current student Belinda Yee are finalists in the Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize, on view at Centenary Centre Ravenswood School For Girls. Exhibition: 14 – 29 May 2022

Congratulations to NAS alumnus Murat Urlali, current student Fiona Currey-Billyard and staff Damian Dillon, who are finalists in the 67th Blake Prize, on view at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. Exhibition: 12 March – 22 May 2022

Congratulations to NAS staff Dean Cross who is a finalist in The National Photography Prize 2022, on view at the Murray Art Museum Albury. The Prize will be judge by NAS Head of Sculpture Hany Armanius. Exhibition opens 25 February 2022.

Congratulations to NAS student Theodor Delaney who was awarded with the Anita Belgiorno-Nettis scholarship to undertake a 3 month internship at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice.

Congratulations to NAS alumni Anne Kwasner and Alma Studholme who are finalists in the North Sydney Art Prize 2022. Exhibition: 14 May – 29 May 2022

Congratulations to NAS alumna Sarah Tracton who is a finalist in the Wyndham Art Prize and received honourable mention in the International SIT Furniture Design Award.

Congratulations to ceramics lecturer Louise Boscacci who has written a chapter in a new book, Postcards from the Anthropocene: Unsettling the Politics of Representation, published in April.

Congratulations to NAS alumni Virginia Lydiard, Anna Broome, Brooke Marchel, Yalan Chen, Nakisha Jamieson, Amber Bolton, Aliki Tsopanian, Alison Anderson, Samantha Jade, Penelope Blunsden, Ye Jin (Grace) Won, Sophia Thompson Keppel Richards and Carolyn Lee who are finalists in the Clyde & Co Art Project 2022. Exhibition: 24 May 2022

NAS alumnae Make or Break are part of a group exhibition, An Alternative Economics, on view at the Institute of Modern Art. Exhibition: 7 May – 9 July 2022

NAS alumni Alun Rhys Jones has a solo exhibition, Eternal, on view at the Wangaratta Art Gallery. Exhibition: 7 May – 2 June 2022

Congratulations to NAS alumni Belinda Yee who is a finalist in the National Works on Paper Prize 2022 at The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery. Exhibition: 13 August – 27 November 2022

Congratulations to NAS alumni Anne Kwasner who is a finalist in the 2022 North Queensland Ceramic Awards at Perc Tucker Regional Gallery. Exhibition: 22 July – 25 September 2022

NAS alumni Mitch Cairns and Julie Rrap, and staff Dean Cross are part of the 2022 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Free/State, on view at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Exhibition: 4 March – 5 June 2022

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