Join Julie Fragar for this Artist Feedback and Conversation Session to gain insights into your work, ideas and processes.
Working in small groups and one on one with Julie, participants will have the opportunity to present a selection of their artwork, and unearth new insights into their work, ideas and processes. Participants will have the opportunity to reflect on why they make the work they do, learn to be more conscious of the ways they develop and resolve work, as well as gain confidence in articulating these processes. This workshop is perfect for art students, emerging artists, or artists who wish to develop a deeper understanding of their practice.
This is a fantastic opportunity to work with one of Australia’s most distinguished artists, having been short-listed for the prestigious Archibald Prize three times. Dr Fragar is also Program Director and Senior Lecturer at Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art (QCA).
Please note there are two Feedback Sessions. Please choose which session you would like to attend when purchasing your ticket. Numbers are strictly limited, booking is essential.
Session: 9.30 AM -12.30 PM Morning tea provided.
In conjunction with the exhibition Biograph, a career survey of Julie Fragar’s work. Mapping more than twenty years of practice, the exhibition assembles key works made between 1998 and 2021, including some previously unexhibited. This major retrospective of Fragar’s distinctive style has been curated by Jonathan McBurnie and is a Perc Tucker Regional Gallery Touring Exhibition.
Please note photographs may be taken at this event for reporting and social media purposes, please advise Gallery staff on arrival if you do not wish to be photographed.
As places are strictly limited due to social distancing measures, if you can no longer attend please cancel your booking by following the link in your booking confirmation email so that others may book their visit.