November Review: Emma Lindsay & the Great Barrier Reef |Anthropocene Project, by Cultural Flanerie

18 Nov 2017: Cultural Flanerie’s latest blog post offering on current delights of the art world delves into the ‘Great Barrier Reef |Anthropocene Project’. ‘For Australia in particular, animal extinction is particularly pertinent given almost 2000 of our unique species have been identified by the Australian Government as being at risk, on top of approximately […]

Save the date: 9 November 2017 ‘Great Barrier Reef | Anthropocene Project’ opens Artspace Mackay

Save the date: The ‘Great Barrier Reef | Anthropocene Project (Art + Science species encounters on Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef + Wet Tropics coastal regions)’ exhibition opens at Artspace Mackay 9 November 2017. Exhibiting until 11 February 2018. PRESS RELEASE (31 October 2017) Image: Emma Lindsay 2017 ‘Crown of Thorns starfish, Lizard Island Research Station’, oil […]

News: |not|fair| Melbourne, November 2017.

Happy to announce that I’ve been invited to participate in |not|fair| Melbourne 2017! Show opens in November with a lineup of great fellow artists… stay tuned for more information closer to time… (with thanks to Ash, Tony & Sam!) #emmalindsay #contemporaryartist #NotFair2017 #painting #extinctDodo #NotFairArtFoundation #art #Melbourne View this post on Instagram Emma Lindsay. El Dodo. Showing at […]

August News: 2017 Art Meets Science Exhibition

Opening 11 August 2017: 2017 ART MEETS SCIENCE EXHIBITION Sixteen artists with recently completed science-based artworks have been invited to exhibit at the sixth Art meets Science Exhibition at the Ecosciences Precinct. These artists include emerging, established independent award-winning artists, under graduates and doctoral students. The artists are: Anastasia Tyurina | Donna Davis | Emma […]

Upcoming: Great Barrier Reef | Anthropocene Project for Artspace Mackay (November 2017)

In August last year I was invited to undertake the inaugural artist residency at Artspace Mackay during 2017 and produce a solo exhibition of works for exhibition from November 2017- February 2018. Key fieldwork has since been undertaken at scientific research centres and different reef ecosystems along the length of the Great Barrier Reef from the Tropical […]

May News: Emma Griffiths Drive with ABC Radio Brisbane May 9 Interview with Emma Lindsay- Extinction Flock at the University of Queensland Art Museum

Emma Griffiths recently interviewed Emma Lindsay on the ABC Radio Brisbane Drive Program, to chat about the extinct Australian bird specimens featured in the Extinction flock painting series, currently on view at the University of Queensland Art Museum’s The Dust Never Settles exhibition until July 30, 2017. It also includes a tidbit about the upcoming exhibition for Artspace […]

UQAM Panel 10 May 2017, 6pm: Desperate times: Art and environmental action

Desperate times: Art and environmental action Panel podcast recording: https://soundcloud.com/uqartmuseum/desperate-times-art-and-environmental-action Wednesday 10 May 6.00 for 6.45 pm: Viewing of The Dust Never Settles exhibition, with refreshments UQ Art Museum (#11) 7.00 pm: Panel Discussion Sir Llew Edwards Building Auditorium (#14)  Join us for a critical discussion and debate around environmental research, policy, the law and activism, as well as the […]

April News: ‘The Dust Never Settles’ exhibition UQ Art Museum. 13 April- 30 July 2017.

Michele Helmrich, UQ Art Museum’s Associate Director (Curatorial) and curator of ‘The Dust Never Settles’ provides an intriguing insight into some of the exhibition’s key themes. via Does the dust ever settle? — UQ Art Museum Also: https://www.uq.edu.au/news/article/2017/04/dust-never-settles-uq-art-museum Opening night: 12 April 2017. RSVP with UQ Art Museum. Curated by Michele Helmrich Artists: KHADIM ALI | RICHARD […]

News: Highlights from the’Curios?’ exhibition at the World Science Festival Brisbane, Queensland Museum, 23-26 March 2017.

This week the World Science Festival returned to Brisbane to give the public a short brilliant view into the contemporary world of current science research. I was happy to have some of my work included in a fascinating group show exhibited in the Queensland Sciencecentre, near The Hatchery baby turtle display. Here are some of the […]

December 2016 Update: ‘Black paintings’ (PhD works shown in the Queensland Museum Archive, March 2016)

An additional series of 3 large scale Black paintings arose from the painting Extinct Kangaroo Island emu, that formed part of the Extinction flock (29 extinct Australian bird specimens) series shown to the public during the World Science Festival Brisbane 2016. These paintings are an emotive, larger-than-life connection to the famous examples of international bird extinctions from known anthropogenic causes: The Passenger […]

November News: RMIT Grad show: Work by School of Art 2016 Higher Degrees by Research Candidates: 22 Nov 2016- 13 Feb 2017.

2016 GRAD SHOW WORKS FROM THE SCHOOL OF ART 2016 HIGHER DEGREES BY RESEARCH CANDIDATES 22 NOVEMBER 2016 TO 13 FEBRUARY 2017, KNOX PLACE, MELBOURNE CENTRAL LIGHTSCAPES OPENING 23 NOVEMBER 5-9PM (RMIT GRAD SHOW) RHETT D’COSTA JUNGWOO HONG EMMA LINDSAY TYLER PAINE ANDREY WALKLING http://schoolofartgalleries.dsc.rmit.edu.au/LSP/2016/grad-show.html#images