Sydney College of the Arts invites you to attend a talk by Danie Mellor on Wednesday 10 April, 12 to 1pm.
Danie Mellor is an artist whose work explores historical intersections and relationships between Indigenous and Western cultures. His work has been consistently shown in significant exhibitions in regional, state and national galleries, and is represented in most permanent national, state and also private collections in Australia and overseas.
In 2008 he was awarded the National Works on Paper John Tallis Acquisitive Award, and in 2009 received the Indigenous Ceramic Art Award and also the 26th Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award. In 2010 he won the Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing, and his work was again included in unDisclosed the 2nd National Indigenous Art Triennial in May, 2012 at the National Gallery of Australia.
Future projects include making new works for Sakahàn, the inaugural international survey of Indigenous art at the National Gallery of Canada in 2013, Ottawa, and a major survey exhibition at the University of Queensland Art Museum in 2014.
The full Semester 1 artalks program can be viewed online at: