November 21 News: Recent Night parrot works now available

My Night parrots works have just flown home safe and sound- thank you USC Art Gallery and Segue Art! The ceramic work Bird form (Night parrot) 2021, and the three paintings in The Queenslander series 2021, are now available for purchase: Bird form (Night parrot), 2021, ceramic. SOLD 13/12/21 Night parrot (Boulia 1990), 2021, oil […]

August News: “Sites of Connection” group exhibition, USC Art Gallery

SITES OF CONNECTION 23 AUGUST TO 30 OCTOBER 2021 Sites of Connection illuminates the work of artists at the intersection of creative practice and environmental research. The works move beyond the literal presentation of scientific research to demonstrate how artists employ creative methods to imaginatively explore environmental topics which illuminate ideas, spark curiosity, and generate dialogue. Connecting audiences […]

‘Life on Earth’ Exhibition opening World Environment Day: 5 June 2019, Metro Arts Brisbane, 6-8pm.

Life on Earth: Selected Fieldtrip Encounters with Wild Species (2011-2019), opens this World Environment Day, Wednesday 5 June 2019, 6-8pm at Metro Arts Brisbane. Artist talk: Saturday 15th June, 3pm. My show ‘Life on Earth’ is a labour of love, and reveals selected personal encounters with threatened, endangered and extinct species experienced during global fieldtrips […]

April News: ‘Extinction flock’ features in Geopoetics Symposium Keynote, Griffith University Gold Coast

News: On 26 April 2019, Griffith University Centre for Social & Cultural Research (Gold Coast) hosting the symposium ‘Geopoetics: Relations with the Earth’.      The Keynote talk by Adjunct Assoc Professor Warwick Mules (School of Arts and Social Sciences, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW) – “The Poet’s Task: Thinking After the Extinction of the Hypermodern […]

‘This Wild Song’ exhibition opening September 1 2018: Town Hall Gallery Melbourne

‘This Wild Song X Town Hall Gallery’ exhibition, a project by photographer Ilona Nelson, opens 1 September 2018, 2-4pm, Town Hall Gallery, in Hawthorn, Melbourne. Three of my GBR project paintings will be available for sale amongst the work and portraits of some great fellow Australian women artists. Town Hall event details: This Wild Song […]

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 […]

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 […]

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