Alumni 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.

International

NAS staff Rolande Souliere is part of a group exhibition, States of Collapse, on view at Dunlop Art Gallery, Saskatchewan, Canada. Exhibition: 31 January – 4 April 2021

NAS alumna Shona Trescott is part of a group exhibition, Fragile Creation, on view at the Dom Museum, Vienna, Austria. Exhibition: 1 October 2020 – 28 August 2021

New South Wales

NAS alumnus Mason Kimber has a solo exhibition, Strata, on view at Kronenberg Mais Wright. Exhibition: 20 February – 13 March 2021

NAS lecturers Stephen Little, Ben Denham, Catherine O’Donnell, Harley Ives and Diego Bonetto are in a group exhibition, Space YZ, at Campbelltown Arts Centre. Exhibition: 7 January – 14 March 2021

NAS alumnae Rebecca Gallo and Justine Youssef are part of a group exhibition, Mixed Business 2, on view at Pari. Exhibition: 30 January – 14 March 2021

NAS staff Damian Dillon has a solo exhibition, Handgun BBQ, on view at Galerie Pompom. Exhibition: 10 February – 14 March 2021

NAS alumna Ro Murray has a solo exhibition, red//red//blue//blue//blue//red, on view at Factory49. Exhibition: 3–14 March 2021

NAS alumni Trenna Austin, Jane Alexander, Kim Bennett, Nina Radonja, Anna Tierney and Brett Anthony Moore have a group exhibition, In/Visible, on view at Gaffa Gallery. Exhibition: 4–15 March 2021

NAS students Alma Studholme and Terhi Hakola, and alumnae Philippa Hagon and Tamsin Salehian are part of a group exhibition, Project 2060: Homeward Bound, by Arts and Culture North Sydney at the historical Coal Loader site. Exhibition: 10–21 March 2021

NAS alumnus Dick Watkins has a solo exhibition, Such Disparate Joy, on view at Liverpool Street Gallery. Exhibition: 4–27 March 2021

NAS alumna Ruth Ju-Shih Li has a solo exhibition, FLORA EPHEMERA, on view at Gallery Lane Cove. Exhibition: 4 March – 3 April 2021

NAS alumnus Jayanto Tan has a solo exhibition, Ritual My Beautiful Curse (Cap Go Meh), on view at Verge Gallery. Exhibition: 3 March – 9 April 2021

NAS alumna Kirtika Kain has a solo exhibition, Lustration, on view at Firstdraft. Exhibition: 3 March – 11 April 2021

NAS alumnus Jumaadi is part of a group exhibition, Connected: MCA Collection, on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Exhibition: 2 October 2020 – 2 May 2021

NAS alumna Sharon Williams has a solo exhibition, Victory, on view at The Shop Gallery Glebe. Exhibition: 29 April – 12 May 2021

NAS alumna Justine Youssef is part of a group exhibition, Here: After, on view at Fairfield City Museum & Gallery. Exhibition: 26 February – 26 June 2021

Congratulations to NAS alumnae Vilma Bader, Deborah Beck, Jane Burton Taylor, Rosalie Duligal, Claire Gibbon, Sarah Goffman, Sassy Park and Ebony Russell who are all finalists in the Meroogal Women’s Art Prize. Exhibition: 19 September 2020 – 17 April 2021

Congratulations to NAS alumnae Nadia Odlum who is a Parramatta Artists’ Studio – Rydalmere Studio Artist for 2021–2023. She will begin her tenancy this March 2021.

Australian Capital Territory

NAS alumnae Cressida Campbell, Karla Dickens, Fiona Foley, Marea Gazzard, Susan Norrie, Joan Ross, Julie Rrap, Aida Tomescu and Anne Zahalka; staff Lynda Draper and Fiona Lowry, and Fellows Vivienne Binns, Fiona Hall and Margaret Olley are part of a group exhibition, Know My Name, on view at the National Gallery of Australia. Exhibition: 14 November 2020 – 4 July 2021

Victoria

Congratulations to NAS alumni Jonah Ritchie and Skye Wagner who are finalists in the Gradfoto 2020 Exhibition, on view at the Ballarat International Foto Biennale, Ballarat, VIC.

Queensland

NAS staff Stephen Bird is part of a group exhibition, miffy & friends, on view at the QUT Art Museum, Brisbane. Exhibition: 21 November 2020 – 14 March 2021

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