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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

October News: UQAM acquisition of ‘Extinction flock (29 extinct Australian bird specimens)’: images now on website.

Earlier this year, I completed and exhibited my ‘Extinction Flock (29 extinct Australian bird specimens)’ paintings as part of my final RMIT PhD examination exhibition at the Queensland Museum World Science Festival Brisbane 2016. The entire series of 29 paintings has since been acquired by the University of Queensland Art Museum, and works can be […]

June 2016 News: New acquisition to the UQAM Collection: Emma Lindsay ‘Extinction flock (29 extinct Australian birds)’

When I made my Extinction flock (29 extinct Australian birds) for my practice-led research PhD, it was my intention to keep the flock together, ideally to be held in a public institution where any member of the public could visit and see the ‘specimens’ for themselves. The 29 life-scale paintings were shown at the World Science Festival Brisbane 2016 and were […]

It’s a wrap: ‘Extinction project’, 9-13 March at World Science Festival Brisbane 2016, Queensland Museum.

A huge thank you to all the people who visited the Extinction project at the Queensland Museum last week! Early statistics indicate 114,000 visitors came to the 5 day festival, with 62,000 people passing through the museum during the World Science Festival Brisbane 2016, and science advocates like Sylvia Earle, Brian Greene, and Alan Alda wandered past the ‘On a wing’ program while […]

Emma Lindsay: Extinction Project opens as part of ‘On a Wing’ program @ World Science Festival Brisbane 2016, Queensland Museum 10-13 March.

The Extinction Project is now up! Come and see over 4 years of practice-led PhD research into my extinction flock of 29 extinct Australian bird specimens (full species and sub species) sourced from global natural history museum archives. All together under the one roof for the first time at the ‪#‎Queenslandmuseum‬ ‪#‎Onawing‬ ‪#‎Streetscience‬‪ #‎WorldScienceFestivalBrisbane‬ 2016. Artist talks will take […]

2016 Exhibition News: Emma Lindsay’s ‘ Extinction Project’ at World Science Festival Brisbane, Queensland Museum 9-13 March.

The first public exhibition of Brisbane-based artist Emma Lindsay’s Extinction Project will be held as part of the inaugural World Science Festival Brisbane, 9-13 March 2016 at the Queensland Museum.  This will be the first time the festival has been held outside of New York City. The World Science Festival brings together great minds in science and the arts to produce live and […]

November 2015: Phil Brown interview with Emma Lindsay, ‘Brisbane News’, Issue 1055.

Arts journalist Phil Brown recently interviewed me about current show Hunter/hunted at Heiser Gallery. The result has just been published in Issue 1055 of the Brisbane News (p.30). The interview can be read here: Phil Brown_Brisbane News_Dead wrong My sincere thanks to Phil Brown and Brisbane News for visiting and supporting Hunter/hunted. E x

October News: Emma Lindsay ‘Hunter/hunted’ exhibition opening at Heiser Gallery 27 October-21 November 2015.

Emma Lindsay’s first solo exhibition with the Heiser Gallery in Brisbane opens Tuesday 27th October and runs until Saturday 21st November 2015. If you are in Brisbane, please join the artist and gallery staff for opening drinks on Friday 30th October, 6-8pm. Heiser Gallery 90 Arthur Street Fortitude Valley, Qld 4006. Ph: +61-7-32542849. http://www.heisergallery.com.au

October News: Emma Lindsay ‘Hunter/hunted’ featured in Art Collector magazine (Oct-Dec 2015)

                  Emma Lindsay’s  upcoming Hunter/hunted exhibition has been featured in the ‘What’s Next’ section of the October- December 2015 issue of  Art Collector magazine. The article was written by Louise Martin-Chew, photos by Carl Warner, and included images of: Hunter/hunted (the ray);  Hunter/hunted (mousedeer); and  Hunter/hunted (dingo). Thank you Art Collector! For all […]