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Celebrating Townsville Exhibition - The Artists

Educational resources regarding the artists participating in JCU Library's "Celebrating Townsville" exhibition for the T150 project

Jill O'Sullivan

Jill O'Sullivan
b.1941, Australia

BVA (Hons) JCU, MCA JCU, PhD Creative Arts JCU, Grad Cert Tertiary Teaching JCU.

Originally from Mt Isa, Jill now resides in Townsville where she works and teaches in printmaking, drawing, painting, multimedia, digital, photography and most forms of artmaking. Jill has been the recipient of several university awards and also lectured and tutored at JCU and acted as honorary curator of JCU Art Collection. Her three theses are held at JCU Eddie Koiki Mabo Library and various art works are held in state, private and international collections, and her works have been exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions.

Website: http://www.jillosullivanprintmaker.com/

 

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