Kerrie Poliness

Melbourne based contemporary artist Kerrie Poliness worked at the Living museum as an Associate from 1992- 2008 At the Living Museum Kerrie explored ways in which contemporary art experience could relate to develop projects about cultural, heritage and environmental issues by working in collaboration.

Some of these projects include: design and production of the exhibition Pobblebonk; working with Aboriginal cultural advisor, Larry Walsh, on the Still Here exhibition and catalogue; designing and building the Pioneer Womens Shelter with St Albans History Society; working with industrial archaeologist, Gary Vines, and historian, Olwen Ford, on The Top Factory signage and development of the site including the Pipestacks sculpture, working with Joe Guario on the Top Factory CD Rom and website design, as well as helping work experience students develop and produce web publications.


More information can be found on Kerrie's website
link here.



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