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Meet the Artist - Louise Hearman

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Louise Hearman – Meet the Artist

Join us for a panel discussion with Louise Hearman,
Anna Davis & Fiona Gruber

Saturday 18 March, 2pm
TarraWarra Museum of Art

 

Louise Hearman is a Melbourne based artist who’s suburban landscapes and bush scenes, often captured at twilight or sunset, incorporate otherworldly forms that imbue them with a supernatural quality. She was the winner of the 2016 Archibald Prize for her portrait of Barry Humphries.

 

Anna Davis joined the MCA as Curator in 2009 and has since worked with numerous artists on a range of exhibitions, off-site projects, commissions and special events. She was previously Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of NSW (2008–09) and holds a PhD in Media Arts and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from the University of NSW.

 

Fiona Gruber is a writer and broadcaster who writes regularly on the arts for the Guardian, the Australian, The Age, Australian Book Review and Radio National’s Books and Arts programs. She reviews books, theatre and film for the Times Literary Supplement in the UK.

 

Tickets $20 / $15 concession & members

Book Here

Booking fee includes entry into the exhibition Louise Hearman curated by Anna Davis, the first major museum survey of Hearman’s work featuring paintings and drawings from across her 25-year practice.

 

 

 

 

 

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Upcoming Events

Louise Hearman – Meet the Artist

2 - 3pm
18 March 2017

Join us for a panel discussion with Louise Hearman,
Anna Davis & Fiona Gruber

Saturday 18 March, 2pm
TarraWarra Museum of Art

 

Louise Hearman is a Melbourne based artist who’s suburban landscapes and bush scenes, often captured at twilight or sunset, incorporate otherworldly forms that imbue them with a supernatural quality. She was the winner of the 2016 Archibald Prize for her portrait of Barry Humphries.

 

Anna Davis joined the MCA as Curator in 2009 and has since worked with numerous artists on a range of exhibitions, off-site projects, commissions and special events. She was previously Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of NSW (2008–09) and holds a PhD in Media Arts and a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from the University of NSW.

 

Fiona Gruber is a writer and broadcaster who writes regularly on the arts for the Guardian, the Australian, The Age, Australian Book Review and Radio National’s Books and Arts programs. She reviews books, theatre and film for the Times Literary Supplement in the UK.

 

Tickets $20 / $15 concession & members

Book Here

Booking fee includes entry into the exhibition Louise Hearman curated by Anna Davis, the first major museum survey of Hearman’s work featuring paintings and drawings from across her 25-year practice.