Art Prizes Judging Panel الخيارات الثنائية استراتيجية سهلة Wendy Sharpe  is one of Australia’s most awarded artists. She lives and works in Sydney and Paris.

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الخيارات الثنائية حساب تجريبي أستراليا She was 12 times finalist in Sulman Prize and 6 times finalist in Archibald prize of Art Gallery of New South Wales. Her major awards include: The Sulman Prize, The Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship, The Portia Geach Memorial Award ( twice) and The Archibald Prize. Her major commissions include: Olympic  pool size mural for  Cook and Philip Park Aquatic Centre in Sydney,  a commission by the Australian War Memorial as an Australian Official Artist to East Timor in 1999 (the 1st woman since WW2), and the Australian ballet.  She has also been awarded many artist residencies including 2 residencies at the Cite International des Arts Paris, a residency at the Australian embassy residence in  Egypt (as special guest of the ambassador), two  Antarctica residencies, and most recently a residency in Mexico and in China. She has also worked on a major project SEEKING Humanity with Asylum Seeker Centre in Sydney and with The Australian Art Quartet at The Yellow House. She was recently artist in residence with the famous Australian contemporary circus – Circus Oz.

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enter site Wendy held 50 solo exhibitions around Australia and internationally.

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click click David Capra is a Sydney based artist who has a history of working with communities. In 2015 he co-directed with Kate Blackmore, Motion Pictures: A Festival of New Cinema in Fairfield NSW. In 2014 he curated a comprehensive survey of Western Sydney for an edition of Das Superpaper. In 2013 Capra invited the public to dance alongside Teena his dachshund in a throne room inspired by The Wizard of Oz (Workout, MCA). In Birthing Things in the Spirit: The Water Birth, he developed a synchronised swimming performance with locals at Eaglevale Pool (Campbelltown Arts Centre, 2014). In Ministry of Handshakes (2013), he greeted the public with a 2 meter prosthetic arm inspired by encounters with Elizabeth, who moves through Sydney trains and shakes commuter’s hands. In 2015 Capra was commissioned to create Teena’s Bathtime for the Bella Room (National Centre for Creative Learning, MCA), an experiential space designed for people with specific needs. He recently launched a fragrance, Teena’s Bathtime: Eau de Wet Dogge. Soon after, he collaborated with the 7 Network to produce a new infomercial video work.

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المجتمع تداول الخيارات الثنائية David also works at Campbelltown Arts Centre’s Little Orange which serves artists with a disability.
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الاقتراض لشراء الذهب extra arbete hemma Colin Rhodes is Honorary Professor of Art History & Theory at the University of Sydney. He is an educator, writer, artist and administrator. His research is primarily in the areas of 20th-century and contemporary art and he is well known globally for his work on Self-Taught and Outsider Art. He has a long standing commitment to and involvement with artists with cognitive disabilities and mental health challenges in Australia and overseas. Colin’s books include Primitivism and Modern Art and Outsider Art: Spontaneous Alternatives, both published by Thames and Hudson. He has contributed numerous chapters in books and exhibition catalogs, most recently on African American self-taught artists and women in Surrealism. His writing on previously unknown artists includes short books on Richard C. Smith, William A. Hall, and Foma Jaremtschuk. He is Director of the Self-Taught and Outsider Art Research Collection and editor of Elsewhere, the international journal of self-taught and outsider art. Colin has an active art practice and exhibits occasionally. He has acted as judge on numerous art prizes.