Brisbane Art Matriarchs (BAM!), Brisbane City Council, The Culprit Club and Queensland College of Art, Griffith University present Brisbane’s largest display of women’s street art throughout their debut Outdoor Gallery Exhibition, Women’s Work.
Women’s Work will deliver high-impact visual art that serves as a signature identifier to Brisbane City, displaying leading female artists across ten large scale, inner-city locations.
The exhibition features the work of 12 local artists, designers and practitioners including Courtney Brims, Claire Tracey, Dominique Falla, Emma Wright, Lusid Art, Mosessa, Nicola Holly, Rachael Sarra, Rae Cooper, Sarah Hazlehurst, Tori-Jay Mordey and Zoe Porter.
Art displays can be found at the following locations:
Eagle Lane – Alex Saba (Lusid Art)
Edison Lane – Courtney Brims
Edward Street – Dominique Falla
Edward Street – Claire Tracey
Fish Lane – Rae Cooper
Hutton Lane – Emma Wright
Irish Lane – Rachael Sarra
King George Square Car Park – Mosessa
William Jolly Bridge – Tori-Jay Mordey (dates TBA)
The artworks will be on display and free for viewers to experience each day from August 12 to December 1. Curated walking tours, public program talks and events will also be offered in the coming months.
Led by all female curatorial team, Brisbane Art Matriarchs, Women’s Work contributes to Brisbane as a vibrant and culturally inclusive creative community, while providing equal opportunity, equitable employment and ongoing development opportunities for women in the art and design industry.