Bio

Marley Holloway-Clarke (b. 1996 Australia)

Lives Melbourne

 

 

Education

Victorian College of the Arts, Bachelor of Fine Art, Visual Art (Photography), 2017

 

Group Exhibitions

2017               Digging In: An Indigenous Collective, Palya Art, Melbourne

2017               The Lurid World, Mudfest, George Paton Galley, Melbourne

2017               Revealed, Incinerator Gallery, Curated by Elizabeth Liddle

2017               Partitions, VCA Student Gallery, Melbourne

2016               Don’t Blink & Why?, Melbourne University Film Festival, Melbourne

2016               Literally Remember Nothing, VCA Student Gallery, Melbourne

2016               Two Options, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne

2015               Make a Fake, VCA Student Gallery, Melbourne

2015               Don’t Blink, Mudfest, University of Melbourne, Melbourne

2014               The Personal and the Professional, Bret Salinger Gallery, Launceston

 

Published

2017               Featured photographer, Under Bunjil Vol. 5

2016               Featured photographer, Trinity College Bulpadock

2016               Commissioned photographer, Trinity College Fleur de Lys

2016               Featured photographer, Under Bunjil Vol. 3, Under Bunjil Vol. 4

2015               Featured photographer, Under Bunjil Vol. 1, Under Bunjil Vol. 2

2015               Commissioned photographer, Judy’s Punch

2016               Featured photographer, Trinity College Bulpadock

2016               Featured photographer, Under Bunjil Vol. 3, Under Bunjil Vol. 4

 

Grants & Awards

2017               Margaret Lawrence Social Justice Award, Victorian College of the Arts

2017               Working Artist Award, Visual Arts, Mudfest, 2017

2015               University of Melbourne Student Union Arts Grant

 

Bibliography

“Don’t Blink” Mudfest screening review, The Age, Melbourne Express article, 25th August 2015, written by Deborah Gough

“Don’t Blink” artist interview, The Crescendo Magazine, University of Melbourne intercollegiate magazine, 2015, interviewed by Annabelle West

 

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