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CURRRENT PROJECTS
 
VCA ART 2020 GRADUATE EXHIBITION:  click this link
George Paton Gallery GPG VIRTUAL Solo Exhibition click this link
Compass Rose Psychogeography of Campus Art Exhibition (in development) 

RECENT PROJECTS

2019 Ian Potter Museum of Art, Miegunyah Student Project Award recipient.
*See project outcome
2018 HIRAETH GROUP EXHIBITION WITH WAC AT TACIT GALLERY
OTHER PROJECTS
Giving Form: An exhibition from the Artist's Guild Collective. 
Trocadero Art Space 
9th - 26th August.
Giving Form explores the artmaking, diversity and voices of Melbourne female artists in 2017.  In a world where speaking and creating in the public arena for a woman is increasingly political and fraught; Giving Form seeks to explore what it is to make, think and give life to ideas. We take ‘form’ in its very literal sense – how it is to manipulate clay, play with paint or bend crochet to your will.  We also see ‘Giving Form’ as an act of making ideas present. Making our unknowns known.
 
Everyday Life: Selected Artists, Black Cat Gallery, Collingwood. 

Exhibition July 13 - Aug 1Opening reception Fri 14 July  

Subterranean, An exhibition from The Artist's Guild Collective.

The Artist's Guild Presents: SUBTERRANEAN.
Subterranean is an exploration into what lies below the surface.
The work has been produced in response to the Tribe for Art program.

OPENING DRINKS: Saturday 5th of November from 1 – 4pm.
Open every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
5th November – 20th November | 10 am – 3pm

 

NCAB (National Centre Against Bullying) International conference. Presenting theatre work BULLY BULLY.

28th July 2016 

Crown Convention Centre.
 
 
 
Make Space, Save Space, Hold Space.
An exhibition by The Artist's Guild Collective.
Supported artist residency
Bogong Centre for Sound Culture.
Phantasmagoria.
April 2016
 
 

Fiona Martin makes work using the mediums of video, soundscape, performance and installation. Her work, fecundated by historic and modern feminist thought, investigates consciousness, rights to leisure and self-actualisation, and the frisson of liminal space as a realm of fundamental growth and learning.

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