Conference presentation “Is There Really Equality in the Art World, or Is His-tory Repeating Itself?: The Art of Cecily Brown” for The Sixteenth International Conference on The Arts in Society. 16-18 June 2021 @ The University of Western Australia. This conference paper is formed through research for my Doctoral dissertation.
My most recent publication is a write-up of a Christopher Pease painting, featured on the front cover of the “Studies in Western Australian History” current edition.
I was recently asked by Dr Tarsh Bates (SymbioticA • School of Human Sciences UWA), the exhibition curator of This Mess We’re In to write an essay for her exhibition catalogue. “Dear Ainslie, I am curating a queer feminist art exhibition,
Ainslie’s Master’s dissertation explores the art and life of Christopher Pease, focusing on his paintings connected to Western Australia’s south coast and Pease’s Nyoongar heritage
IBECC is Australia’s premier Indigenous business event. In 2016, the IBECC16 Conference featured over 100 speakers on topics including economic policy, business development, leadership development, innovation, Indigenous women in business, the Indigenous digital economy, Native Title, culture, arts, housing, health, natural resource management, and more.
Looking for something different to do and to invite your friends along to? Look no further! Art has never been so much fun! Come along and educate your visual senses in an afternoon of creativity. Classes are UNISEX and are suitable for ALL levels of experience, in a completely non-competitive environment.
Experience an artist’s studio. Mingle and engage with the artist in their surroundings where their creative process takes place.
Picture Club – Exclusive art tours exploring Perth’s most influential private art collections
Nurture and encourage the children of your company’s staff, to create artworks representing their parents various roles in the company.