Brisbane Art Matriarchs, Brisbane City Council, Queensland College of Art Griffith University and The Culprit Club proudly present Brisbane’s largest display of Women’s Street Art through their debut Outdoor Gallery Exhibition, 'WOMEN'S WORK'.
Female fronted curatorial group, Brisbane Art Matriarchs (BAM!) will deliver Brisbane’s largest display of Women’s Street Art throughout their debut outdoor exhibition, ‘Women’s Work’, launching August 1, 2019.
Supported by Brisbane City Council, Griffith University Queensland College of Art, and The Culprit Club, The ‘Women’s Work’ Outdoor Gallery Exhibition will deliver high-impact visual art that serves as a signature identifier to Brisbane City and it’s leading female artists across 10 inner-city locations including the William Jolly Bridge, Fish Lane, Eagle Lane, Hutton Lane, Edison Lane, Giffin Lane , King George Square and Edward Street.
The exhibition features the work of 11 female artists and practitioners including Courtney Brims, Claire Tracey, Dominique Falla, Emma Wright, Lusid Art, Mosessa, Nicola Holly, Rachael Sarra, Rae Cooper, Sarah Hazlehurst, Tori-Jay Mordey and Zoe Porter.
The ‘Women’s Work’ Brisbane Outdoor Gallery Exhibition will showcase the intersections between art and design that respond to the landscape of Brisbane City from modern and historical perspectives to promote and enhance female practitioners that have contributed Brisbane as an exciting, vibrant and culturally inclusive creative community.