Maree Clarke

Exhibition

Maree Clarke: now you see me: seeing the invisible #2

Extending our exhibition Between Waves beyond the gallery walls, ACCA is pleased to present Maree Clarke’s now you see me: seeing the invisible #2 in partnership with Fed Square, showing daily from 5–7pm during NAIDOC Week until 19 July, and from...
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Between Waves

...places and spaces that no one wants to venture, that truth seemingly lingers; rippling inward and outward, above, below and between the surface. Curator: Jessica Clark This exhibition has...
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Sovereignty

The exhibition Sovereignty focuses upon contemporary art of First Nations peoples of South East Australia, and keynote historical works, to explore culturally and linguistically diverse narratives of self-determination, identity, sovereignty and resistance.

Press Release

Maree Clarke awarded $60,000 Yalingwa Fellowship

Mutti Mutti, Wamba Wamba, Yorta Yorta and Boonwurrung woman Maree Clarke has been awarded the prestigious Yalingwa Fellowship, a $60,000 award for a Senior First Nations artist currently living and working in Victoria who has made an outstanding contribution to creative practice in the First...
Program

Matriarchs’ Speak

Hosted by Lidia Thorpe and bringing together women artists and community members including Maree Clarke and Marge Thorpe this forum will centre on Indigenous women as artists, activists and protectors, appraising matriarchal practice of self-determination and sovereignty.
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STEM in Public Art
Key Idea 1: Relationships

...greater depth of thinking and learning. The relationships dimension is the backbone of all the other dimensions. The relationships dimension is a key theme in the artworks of Maree Clarke, Deborah Halpern and Eugenia Lim. These artists explore cultural connection, knowledge, history...
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Artist Statement: Maree Clarke

Traditionally, river reed necklaces were gifted to people passing through country as a sign of safe passage and friendship. I have been working with river reeds on this sized scale since 2014, making supersized necklaces to talk about the enormous loss of land, language and cultural practices.

To do this, I have gone through a process […]

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Between Waves | Exhibition Kit

...and a digital commission to illuminate the interconnected web of what can and cannot be seen. Artists: Maree Clarke, Dean Cross, Brad Darkson, Matthew Harris, James Howard, Hayley Millar Baker, Jazz Money, Mandy Quadrio, Cassie Sullivan and this mob...
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Artist Talks: Maree Clarke and Hayley Millar Baker

Join us for gallery floor talks with artists Maree Clarke (Boonwurrung, Yorta Yorta, Muti Muti, Wamba Wamba) and Hayley Millar Baker (Gunditjmara, Djabwurrung), led by Curator Jessica Clark (palawa/pallawah). This is a free event for art enthusiasts and educators alike to hear directly from...
Publication

Between Waves

...a national context. Artists: Hayley Millar Baker, Maree Clarke, Dean Cross, Brad Darkson, Matthew Harris, James Howard, Jazz Money, Mandy Quadrio, Cassie Sullivan, and this mob The publication...
Product

Between Waves

Artists: Hayley Millar Baker, Maree Clarke, Dean Cross, Brad Darkson, Matthew Harris, James Howard, Jazz Money, Mandy Quadrio, Cassie Sullivan, and this mob The publication features detailed documentation of all exhibited works, a curatorial essay...
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James Howard, Mandy Quadrio and Jessica Clark speak about the exhibition ‘Between Waves’

Exhibition Development Fund, supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria. Curator: Jessica Clark Artists: Hayley Millar Baker, Maree Clarke, Dean Cross, Brad Darkson, Matthew Harris, James Howard, Jazz Money, Mandy Quadrio, Cassie Sullivan, and this mob. Video produced by Gatherer Media...
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First Nations Curatorial Symposium

Wardaman/Karajarri); Glenn Iseger-Pilkington (Nhanda, Nyoongar, Dutch/Scottish); Rebekah Raymond (Arabana, Limilngan-Wulna, Wuthathi, Mualgal); and Maree Clarke (Yorta Yorta, Boon Wurrung, Mutti Mutti, Wamba Wamba) Artist Participants...
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Between Waves Artist Talks and Opening Celebration

...at the intersection of material and immaterial realms of knowledge and knowing. Artists: Maree Clarke, Dean Cross, Brad Darkson, Matthew Harris, James Howard, Hayley Millar Baker, Jazz Money, Cassie Sullivan, this mob, and Mandy...
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Yalingwa Curatorial Symposium

Nations curators Tina Baum, Rebekah Raymond, Maree Clarke, Sam Yates and Jessica Clark followed by an in conversation. Contributor Bios...
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Yalingwa

Horsfield Maree Clarke2023 Yalingwa Fellow...
Press Release

Sovereignty

...and aesthetics; and a playfulness with language and signs in contemporary society. Sovereignty will include: New commissions and major projects by: Brook Andrew, Jim Berg, Maree Clark, Vicky Couzens, Destiny Deacon and Virginia Fraser, Gary Foley, Kent Morris, Steaphan...
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A world of One’s Own

Making dreams come true — Maree Clarke How important is it to visualise your work coming to life? How well do you know your self, your history and your place in the world? Tai and Maree get pretty heavy and emotional in an electric conversation about making...
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2023 Artistic Program

...2023 Yalingwa Exhibition July 1–September 3 Artists: Maree Clarke, Dean Cross, Brad Darkson, Matthew Harris, James Howard, Hayley Millar Baker, Jazz Money, Cassie Sullivan, this mob, and Mandy Quadrio Curator...
Press Release

Between Waves

...of outstanding contemporary First Peoples art and curatorial practice in Southeast Australia.  Curated by Jessica Clark, the exhibition features new works by Maree Clarke, Dean Cross, Brad Darkson, Matthew Harris, James Howard, Hayley Millar Baker, Jazz Money, Cassie Sullivan, this mob...
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STEM in Public Art: A Focus on Women

...and connected to ACCA programs: Vicki Couzens, Wurrrunggi Biik: Law of the land (2021); Maree Clarke, Barerarerungar (2023); Inge King, Forward Surge (1972 – 74); Deborah Halpern, Angel (1988); Susan Hewitt and Penelope Lee, Great Petition(2008); Rose Nolan...