Catherine Bell

Jane Trengove and Catherine Bell participate in the Care Project Symposium week

Jane Trengove and Catherine Bell recently participated in the interdisciplinary symposium CARE: transforming values through art, ethics and feminism. Trengove and Bell co-presented the session: Whose Voice: Our Voices/Your Voices – Towards an Ethics of Care in Art Practice, alongside Pie Rankine and Susan Long. The symposium was an initiative of Care Project, a research project that explores how care in its many forms represents an alternative ethics to neo-liberalism. It will connect and explore researchers and artists working with care in a number of ways; Care as Relational, Care as Political Labour, Care as Moral Theory, Caring for earth/Country, Art Practice as Care – Care as Art Practice.

Catherine Bell at Bayside Gallery

Catherine Bell is included in Pets are people too. The exhibition is a collaboration between Bayside Gallery and Arts Project Australia, and brings together Australian artists whose work reflects on the intimacy and affection that exists between humans and animals.

Pets are people too
Bayside Gallery, Brighton Town Hall
27 July – 6 October, 2019

Catherine Bell and Karen Black at Museum of Brisbane

Catherine Bell and Karen Black are included in New Woman, an exhibition celebrating Brisbane’s most significant and ground-breaking female artists over the past 100 years.

New Woman
Museum of Brisbane
13 September, 2019 – 15 March, 2020

FEM-aFFINITY to tour nationally

Helga Groves and Jane Trengove are both included in FEM-aFFINITY, a group show curated by Catherine Bell. The exhibition brings together female contemporary artists from Arts Project Australia and wider Victoria whose work share an affinity of subject and process. In doing so, FEM-aFFINITY seeks to uncover shared perspectives and variations on female identity. Following its first iteration, the exhibition will tour nationally throughout 2020 and 2021.