BIO

 

Freya Tripp is a Tasmanian born artist who works between Melbourne, Central Australia and Northern NSW. Freya holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts with Honours from Southern

Cross University in Northern NSW and  a Master of Arts by Research from Charles Darwin University in the Northern Territory of Australia. In 2019/2020 the artist will undertake a

mentorship opportunity in Norway with the renowned painter Odd Nerdrum  as well as painting for upcoming solo shows in Hobart/Tasmania and Alice Springs/Northern Territory. 

 

EDUCATION

  • Upcoming (May-July 2019) Mentorship - Odd Nerdrum (Painter) Norway
  • 2012-15        Master of Arts – Practice Based Research (Painting) Charles Darwin University NT 
  • 2006-11        Bachelor of Visual Arts with Hons - Southern Cross University NSW

 

RESIDENCIES / PRIZES / PUBLICATION

  • Upcoming (2018) Artist In Residence - Wilderness Gallery - Tasmania
  • 2017       NT Writers Festival  ‘The Territory In-Between’ - Journal  (commissioned artwork 13/5/2017)
  • 2017       Arts Review ‘The Perception Experiment’ (contribution/writing 16/5/2017)
  • 2014       Tasmanian Portraiture Prize (RACT) – Finalist – Hobart/Tas
  • 2008      Kaske Award - Visual Arts (painting) - SCU - NSW

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

  • Upcoming (2020) Araluen Galleries - Alice Springs - NT
  • Upcoming (Jan 2019) Sidespace Gallery - Hobart - Tasmania
  • 2014       Crisis Of The Soul – Nan Giese Gallery - Darwin NT
  • 2010       100% Meat: Consuming Identity - Brunswick St Gallery - Fitzroy VIC

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

  • 2014       Squared - Watch This Space ARI - Alice Springs NT
  • 2014       Festival Artist 'FBCG Arts Festival' - Alice Springs NT
  • 2012       Spectacle and Observer - Traffic Jam Galleries Sydney NSW
  • 2011        Group Show - Traffic Jam Galleries Sydney NSW
  • 2010       SJ Group Show - SJ Gallery Fitzroy VIC
  • 2010       Petits Travaux - Retrospect Galleries Byron Bay NSW
  • 2010       Revolution of Art - Retrospect Galleries Byron Bay NSW
  • 2010       Pathways To Collecting - LP Gallery Southport QLD
  • 2010       Collage - Waywood Gallery Byron Bay NSW
  • 2009      Eve - Waywood Gallery Byron Bay NSW
  • 2008      Transit - Southern Cross University Lismore NSW