Share Sydney Ideas
The SCA series will invite our alumni to reflect on their careers, artistic practice and the broader cultural themes that inform their work. Our aim for the series is to celebrate the world-class profile of SCA alumni, and to map those alumni in the arts eco-system and raise awareness of possible graduate paths for our next generation.
As a recent alumni award winner we think this could be a wonderful opportunity to celebrate your career and connection with SCA. If you are willing to participate, we’d discuss with you the content and context for your webinar in greater detail, but had in mind that your conversation could explore the tension and balance of credibility, profile, artistic practice and commerce.
We're hosting a free webinar session. Register to get an email with details on how you can join on the day.
We're recording this conversation so it will be available on our podcast. A transcript will also be available. Check back this page later.
Bronwyn is a proud Bundjalung Woman and Artist. Bronwyn has been exhibiting nationally and internationally for over three decades. Bronwyn has illustrated and/or written 40 children’s books. Bronwyn has been a Director of her own company, Designer Aboriginals Pty Ltd since 1985.
Bronwyn holds positions with Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (Director) and Commonwealth Bank Indigenous Advisory Council. Bronwyn has been a volunteer senior strategist at Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative since 2009.
Bronwyn has a Diploma of Visual Arts from Canberra School of Art; two Masters degrees, one in Studio Practice and the other in Visual Art, from the University of Sydney. Bronwyn was awarded her Doctor of Philosophy in 2018.
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