+Master of Fine Arts, University of California, Los Angeles, 2016 – 2019

+Master of Art, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, 2013

+Masters of Law, University of Melbourne, 2010

+Bachelor of Arts/Law, Macquarie University, 2008

+International Baccalaureate, 2002


+Banff Research in Culture, Banff, 2017

+Arts NSW Artist Support Round 2 Grant, 2017

+Australian Cultural John Monash Scholar, Melbourne, 2016 – present

+Whitney Independent Study Program (Studio), New York, 2015

+Dame Joan Sutherland Fund Grant, American Australian Association, 2015

+Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant, 2015

+Art & Law Program Fellow, New York, 2015

+Art Start Grant, Australia Council for the Arts, 2015

+Eckersleys Art Prize for most outstanding painting in College of Fine Arts graduating show, 2014

+Arc Grant, Arc College of Fine Arts, 2014

+Nura Gili Prize for outstanding achievement, 2013

+Parliament of New South Wales Postgraduate Aboriginal Art Scholarship recipient 2012

+Jugglers Artspace Residency, Brisbane


+‘By and By: Hope for the Future’, Durden and Ray SOIL Gallery, 2019, Los Angeles

+‘Apologies’, solo show, MARS Gallery, 2018, Melbourne

+‘Unfinished Business: Perspectives on art and feminism’, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 2017, Melbourne

+‘Looking at me through you’, Campbelltown Arts Centre, 2017, Sydney

+‘Paratextual’, Samuel Freeman Gallery, 2016, Los Angeles

+Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize (Finalist), 2014, Parliament of NSW

+Stencil Art Prize Australia (Finalist), 2014, Sydney

+Stencil Art Prize International (Finalist), 2014, Sydney

+Jenny Birt Award (Finalist) group show, 2013, COFA space, Paddington

+‘The Mediated Self’ solo show, Since I Left You, 2013, Sydney

+Winsor and Newton Art Masters by Coursework Prize (Finalist), 2012, COFA space, Sydney


+Rosa Aiello, Nataleah Hunter-Young and Michael Litwack (eds), ‘Smoke: Figures, Genres, Forms’, Public (58) 2019.

+Will Cox, ‘A Blind Date with an Artist, at Her Own Show’, Broadsheet, 26 February 2018.

+Tara Heffernan, ‘(Very) Unfinished Business: Perspectives on Curating Feminism in the age of tumblr politics’, Eyeline Magazine, 2018.

+Ronlee Corren, ‘A Review of Unfinished Business’, Verve, 8 February 2018.

+Rebecca Gallo, ‘Facts and Figures’, Art + Australia, 2017.

+Manny Tsigas, ‘Turning statistics into art: Exhibition explores multiculturalism, changing landscapes through numbers’, SBS News, 25 May 2017.

+Looking at me through you. Artist Interview with Shevaun Wright’, 2017.

+Angela D’Avignon, ‘Paratextual at Samuel Freeman’, Carla, 1 June 2017.


+University of California, Los Angeles, September 2016 – present

+Legal Counsel, MSS Security, January 2014 – July 2015

+Senior Lawyer, Sparke Helmore Lawyers, September 2010 to November 2013