Hear exhibiting artist, Julie Fragar, in conversation with Jonathan McBurnie, RMOA Director and the curator of Julie Fragar: Biograph.
Julie Fragar is one of the most acclaimed painters in Australia today. Her imagery, which reaches into her own life via personal photographs, resonates with audiences in a profound and personal way. Narrative, autobiography, identity and memory are all dissected and reassembled through process and the lush materiality of paint.
A Perc Tucker Regional Galleries touring exhibition.
FREE | Bookings required
Ticket options: Tickets for this program are free, but we have introduced the option to purchase a contribution ticket at $5.00 or $10.00 for those who have capacity and wish to help cover costs of organising these programs. If you select a contribution ticket, there's no need to also select an admission ticket (selecting both will reserve two places).
Image: Julie Fragar (b. 1977), The Single Bed (detail) 2017, oil on board. Collection of Griffith University Art Museum. Purchased 2017. Photo: Carl Warner.