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This Wild Song (TWS) celebrates Australian female identifying artists through portraits, interviews, exhibitions and events. This podcast is a series of honest conversations with TWS artists about art, business and life. We address the practicalities and realities of being a professional artist, and the ‘business’ of art. Designed as a resource for artists, we answer your questions such as how do you support your arts practice financially? How important is an arts education? How do you struc ...
 
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Freya Jobbins is a Sydney based contemporary artist working with assemblage, collage, installation and printmaking. Better known for her plastic assemblages created from deconstructed dolls and plastic children’s toys, Freya also creates larger site specific installations and sculptures. Art has always been a part of Freya but it wasn’t until recen…
 
Charlotte Watson is a New Zealand artist based in Melbourne. She completed her degree in Christchurch majoring in sculpture and we discuss how this has informed her drawing, which is now Charlotte’s main medium. In this episode we discuss social media and privacy, how important reading is to her practice - particularly ‘The Sick Bag Song’ by Nick C…
 
Kirstin Berg creates immersive environments by combining and manipulating unconventional materials such as fire ash, bush debris and hard rubbish into sculptures and wall works. Her work revolves around her concern for environmental and human crisis and the redemption found in transforming our losses. In this episode we discuss the value of structu…
 
Michelle Hamer maps contemporary social beliefs, ideals, fears and aspirations through text and urban environments. Her hand stitched and drawn works capture in-between moments that characterise everyday life and are based on photographs she’s taken and found text. Despite Michelle planning out her art education as a child she ended up becoming an …
 
Megan Evans is an interdisciplinary artist, working in video, photography, sculpture and installation. These media build on a traditional background in painting and drawing. Megan's work is informed by social issues and it examines the nature of belonging and the impact of colonisation on identity, both self and nation. Identity is a recurring issu…
 
Wanda Gillespie uses sculpture and photography to explore fictions and ideas around history, culture, ritual and ceremony. Wanda’s work questions the nature of reality through narrative and her sculptures are often presented as historical artefacts. An interest in the mystical, paranormal spirit world is central to her work. Wanda is a New Zealand …
 
Catherine Nelson is an Australian artist, living in Belgium and the Netherlands, who uses digital technology as her paintbrush creating landscape ‘paintings’ and animations. After completing her art education in painting at the College of Fine Arts in Sydney Catherine quickly moved into the world of film and television. She created visual effects f…
 
Lily Mae Martin is a visual artist working predominately with drawing. She was born in Melbourne and currently resides in Regional Victoria. Lily Mae’s distinctive style is influenced by the mark-making of etching and the layering techniques of master painters, and characterised by delicate and detailed cross-hatching with a fine pen. She is repres…
 
Erika Gofton is an artist based in Melbourne, and her work is fundamentally about empathy. She is especially interested in exploring the intersubjective relationship of mother and child, in particular that liminal state of adolescence; the heightened internal fear and anxiety of being close yet distant in the same breath. Erika is also the founder …
 
This Wild Song (TWS) celebrates Australian female visual artists through portraits, interviews, exhibition and events. Created by Melbourne artist Ilona Nelson, this long term and large scale project seeks to address gender equality in a positive way and support Australian based artists. Gender inequality is still prevalent in the arts: 74% of visu…
 
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