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WEAVES – UNTIL JULY 2017
Grace's woven body sculptures are currently exhibited as a part of the National Gallery of Victoria's exhibition Who's Afraid of Colour?. The exhibition celebrates indigenous women artists whose practice is unbounded by convention. It features works that are bold statements exploring...
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MOA ISLAND — MAY 2017
In May 2017, Grace travelled to Moa Island in the Torres Straits to work with the school children located in the Kubin; a town made up of a population of 100 people. Here Grace engaged the children in exploring the development...
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MORNINGTON ISLAND – APRIL 2017
Since 2015 Grace has been travelling to Mornington Island, a remote Aboriginal community nestled in the Gulf of Carpentaria, off the coast of North Queensland.
Throughout her five visits to the community, Grace's main objective has been to engage with the young...
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MIART — BAGS — FEBRUARY 2017
Grace's latest creative project on Mornington Island was a collaboration with the Island's artists who are known for their unique and vibrant approach to art. The objective was to engage a wide cross-section of the community in the creation of...
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NURLANTHI – OCTOBER 2016
As part of the Spirit Festival, held in Adelaide in October 2016, Grace was the Creative Lead for thier very first fashion performance titled Nurlanthi (pronounced Nur-lan-di). Aimed to intensify the relationship between art and fashion in an extraordinary Aboriginal and Torres...
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CIAF – JULY 2016
Grace founded the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair Fashion Performance and has curated it for the last 5 years. CIAF is a platform encouraging growth and new outcomes. The 2016 fashion performance titled Jana Jaral (meaning respect) was a huge success, involving 12...