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Oliver, Margot, b. 1947
Margot Oliver is a feminist filmmaker and photographer. Her work deals particularly with Australian women's labour history.
Churcher, Betty, b. 1931
Betty Churcher, who was the first woman to head both a state and national art gallery, had an extraordinary career in arts education and administration ...
Muddiman, Susi
Curator and Gallery Director
Warburton, Toni, b. 1951
Sculptor, painter, object-maker, primary discipline is ceramics.
Dear Minister for Women

by Meijers, Mish, Walsh, Tricky.

Dear Minister for Women uses the concept of the hashtag as a collective curatorial archiving tool and appropriating internet memes for their critical immediacy and ...

Phillips, Caroline A, b. 1966
Caroline A Phillips is a contemporary Australian visual artist and researcher
Raisin, Hannah, b. 1987
Hannah Raisin is a Female Australian Contemporary Artist. Raisin is the primary figure in her; live and gallery performances, videos, sound and digital photography which ...
Farman, Nola, b. 1939
Nola Farman is an interdisciplinary artist who works in whatever medium suits the concept. Her work ranges from permanent public sculpture through installation, painting, drawing ...
Langley, Somaya Zoe, b. 1976
Somaya Langley has a background in digital culture with a focus on sound and media arts, digital collections, festivals and events. She was Production Manager ...
Annear, Judy, b. 1951
Judy Annear first made her reputation as an incisive curator of contemporary art in Melbourne and then in Sydney. She was for many years the ...
Newmarch, Ann Foster, b. 1945
Painter, printmaker, sculptor and lecturer, studied SA Teachers' College. Member Print Council of Australia.
Feminage - the logic of feminist collage

by Dickens, Karla, Gower, Elizabeth, Holder, Jo, Hunt, Emily, Iqbal, Mehwish, Kelly, Deborah, MacDonald, Fiona, Sandrasegar, Sangeeta, Smart, Sally, Snaith, Tai, Wyman, Jemima, do Prado, Paula Gabriela.

Feminage frames collage as one aspect of the diverse legacy of feminist art practice. In the 1970s, informed by feminism, gay rights and conceptual art, ...