CQ Shopfront Artisan in Residence: Adele Outteridge
18 March - 31 March 2021
PALM TREE ROOM
Banana Shire Regional Art Gallery will host Adele Outteridge as Artisan in Residence from 18-31 March 2021. Adele will be working in the gallery during her 14-day visit where she will be available for visitors to watch her work or to chat. Her artwork will be displayed on the room around her creating an exhibition as she progresses.
Adele's residency is part of the CQ Shopfront Project which has been designed and delivered by the Ideas Distillery with the aim of building the entrepreneurial skills of artists and makers in Central Queensland. The residency includes a mentorship program for up to six local and Central Queensland artists and an Art Retreat at Myella Farm Stay.
About the Artist
Adele gained her Bachelor of Science from the University of Melbourne in 1967 then worked as an Experimental Scientist with CSIRO. She studied with the School of Colour and Design in Sydney from 1984-88 and returned as lecturer, tutor. She taught at the Ku-Ring-Gai Art Centre from 1983-89. Adele now travels to all states and internationally lecturing and teaching. Her work in artists' books, printmaking, sculpture and drawing has been exhibited widely, is held in private and public collections and has appeared in major publications in Australia and overseas. You can find out about her studio at: Studio West End
About CQ Shopfront
The CQ Shopfront Project has been designed and delivered by The Ideas Distillery with the aim of building the entrepreneurial skills of artists and makers in Central Queensland. Over 400 people have taken part in the project to date through the professional and skills development opportunities provided.
The CQ Shopfront Artisan in Residence program in the Banana Shire has been funded by Arts Queensland, the Regional Arts Fund, Flying Arts Alliance, Banana Shire Council and their RADF Program, CQ RASN and CQ University. We also thank Banana Shire Regional Art Gallery and Artisan for their support of this program. With their support we are able to offer the heavily subsidised weekend art retreat.