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Emma Collerton

Emma Collerton

Art Form: Research

Residency Year: 2023

Lives / Works: Brisbane, Meanjin

Emma Collerton is an independent curator who has been actively involved in the arts for more than twenty years.

She worked closely with the collections and exhibitions at the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (2018-2022), Gold Coast City Gallery (2013-2017), Brett Whiteley Studio (2010-2013) and the Art Gallery of New South Wales (2008-2011). Exhibitions curated include Antonio Dattilo-Rubbo (2011), The Three Os: Orban, Olsen & Ogburn (2013), Signs of the Times (2017), Threads Through Art: Australian tapestries (2019), Adrienne Doig: It’s All About Me! (2020) and CEL: The Artist as Animator(2022). Collerton specialized in painting and printmaking at Queensland College of Art, Brisbane. She graduated from University of Sydney with Masters of Art History and Museum Studies. 

 

In Residence at Bundanon

Accomplished printmaker Arthur Boyd collaborated and/or responded to the work of writers including T.S.R Boase, Peter Porter, A.D. Hope, Jack Lindsay and Peter Stark. In the process of creating prints, Boyd collaborated with printers Mati Basis, John Watson, Tony Deigan, Diana Davidson and John Hull. 

While in residence, Collerton plans to access the Bundanon Archive, which will provide valuable insight into Boyd’s creative journey and collaborations. Similarly, the opportunity to view Bundanon’s comprehensive holding of his prints, will provide a strong foundation in the development of an exhibition exploring Boyd’s print practice and subsequent collaborations with writers, galleries and printers. 

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Bundanon acknowledges the people of the Dharawal and Dhurga language groups as the traditional owners of the land within our boundaries, and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country.

In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

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