I have been accepted as an artist-in-residence for RONA 16.
I have been notified that Arts Queensland have approved my Playing Queensland Fund application to tour my Material Matters exhibition over the next two years.
I am one of four artists awarded a residency at the Ecosciences Precinct at Boggo Road Dutton Park. The others are Donna Davis, Alinta Krauth and Jeanette Stok. I will report on this residency in my blog.
Forum: Art and the environment
Logan Art Gallery Saturday 6 February, 2pm to 4pm
Join artists Merri Randell, Chris Denaro, Andrea de Rien and Kay Lawrence in a panel with Andy Grodecki, Founding Member Logan and Albert Conservation Association to explore how art can provide a personal response to the issues facing the planet and how it can be used as a tool to illustrate and communicate a vision for the society we would like in the future. Facilitated by Donald McKenzie, Acting Program Leader Sustainable City, Logan City Council.
Bookings are essential by Thursday 4 February on 3412 5519 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Logan Art Gallery, Cnr Wembley Rd and Jacaranda Ave, Logan Central Qld 4114 Saturday 5 December 2015, 2.00pm to 4.00pm
January 22 – February 20
Material Matters at Logan Gallery http://loganlibraries.org/newsletter/whatson/WhatsOn_NovJan_LAG_web.pdf
My thesis is now available electronically. https://www120.secure.griffith.edu.au/rch/file/f4b8d7e5-a154-499b-b1b0-8c59166883d7/1/Lawrence_2014_02Thesis.pdf
August 15 – September 11
I will be undertaking at a residency at Listhús, Olafsfjordur, North Iceland.
June 11 – 16
The Environmental Scream group video exhibition at Regent Theatre, Murwillumbah as part of the “Murwillumbah Art Trail 2015: Sustainable Artfluences curated by Annie Long.
Late April – May
I will be artist in residence at the ANU School of Art Textiles Workshop.http://soa.anu.edu.au/visiting-artists/textiles