Fiona Foley’s work features in the upcoming exhibition Loose Knot Chorus, presented by independent arts platform Suite7a. Loose Knot Chorus includes emerging and established contemporary artists from Australia, Aotearoa, Palestine & the US. In addition, Fiona Foley was shortlisted for the Kate Challis RAKA/Ruth Adeney Koori Award. Since 1991, the Kate Challis RAKA Award has shown recognition and support for First Peoples creatives and artists across prose, poetry, script writing, drama and visual arts and has amplified the practices of emerging and established artists, who have made a significant impact and contribution to the arts within the past five years.

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Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia, at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is the largest overview of art by First People of Australia artists to be presented in Aotearoa and features work by Julie Dowling. Drawn from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and The Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, Ever Present highlights the diverse peoples and artistic practices across Australia. The artworks included in the exhibition address Australia’s complex histories and challenge stereotypes about First People of Australia.

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Angela Brennan‘s Portrait of Erik Jensen is currently on display at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, the first stop on the Archibald Prize 2023 regional tour and the only Victorian venue for the exhibition. Brennan’s work also features in BLAZE: people made known at Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, which features portraits drawn from the Cruthers Collection of Women’s Art. In addition, We wanna be free: Paintings from the 1980s and 1990s in the VCA Collection at Fiona and Sidney Myer Gallery, includes work by Angela Brennan, as well as Dale Hickey.

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