1929 July 2018LOUISE MORGAN: TERRAFORMED 220 Creative Space Gallery, NSW

It's with great anticipation that I will be having very first solo exhibition at 220 Creative Space Gallery, curated by Tania Browitt.

On show will be my major body of work from the past 18 months, developed during the end of my postgraduate studies at the National Art School. These works explore the phenomena of the Anthropocene; in particular how humankind has become a geological force, challenging the notion of nature as separate or parallel to our species experience and impact.

Also featured in this show is some of the work I developed in Scotland in 2016 as part of my 2 month residency at the Glasgow School of Arts courtesy of the Mark Henry Cain Memorial Scholarship. The 'Riverstone studies' are the genesis of my experimental drawing series focusing on water & carbon and I am excited to display them to the public for the first time and alongside consequent works - 'Melt' and 'Rain'.

Please join me for opening drinks on Thursday 19 July 2018, 6-8pm.

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  • There's a review of the show in issue #23 of ARC UNSW Art + Design's Framework publication by Alexandra Mitchell - check it out ⟶ 'Terraformed' by Louise Morgan - Environmental Activism in Disguise.

  • Thank you to all who came along to the opening event and a special thank you to Carolyn McKenzie-Craig for her eloquent introduction of my work to crowd on the night and Tania Browitt and 220 Creative Space staff for running such a wonderful night and being such a pleasure to work with.

  • Featured projects in this exhibition have now been uploaded to my website under the following pages:


(Also, be sure to check out my previous post below on the 'Crossing Borders' fundraising auction in which I have donated a work).

TERRAFORMED | Louise Morgan

Exhibition Duration: 1929 July 2018


Thursday 19 July, 6pm–8pm

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For more information and updates

visit the Event Page

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220 Creative Space Gallery

Level 1, 220 William St,

Wooloomooloo, Sydney, NSW 2011


424 July 2018CROSSING BORDERS The Glassroom, NAS Chapel, National Art School NSW

'Hard-won success', carbon on watercolour paper, 30 x 30 cm. 2018

I've donated an artwork to the latest 'Crossing Borders' exhibition/fundraiser curated by Amber Hearn and hosted by the National Art School. You can bid ahead of the event night on the 24th July at the link provided below.

‘Crossing borders’ is a fundraising exhibition of small works of art by established and emerging artists.
Curated by Amber Hearn in collaboration with The National Art School in support of Refugee Advice and Casework Service (RACS), with 100% of profits being donated to RACS to continue their vital work, providing legal assistance to people seeking asylum in Australia.

Help Crossing Borders reach its $10,000 target by bidding on a work, starting price point $100.

Don't miss this great opportunity to buy some affordable art and contribute to a greater cause!

Start bidding from Tuesday 17th at https://www.accelevents.com/events/crossingborders#Auction

(Open viewing from 4 July. The auction is open for bidding from Tuesday 17 July till Tuesday 24 July and closes on the event night of Tuesday 24 July at 6.45pm in time for winning bids to collect their work).

Celebrate ‘Crossing Borders’ on Tuesday 24 July 5.30-7.30pm.

Work collection will also be available on Thursday 26 July 4-7pm



Curated by Amber Hearn

Event night:

Tuesday 24 July, 5.30pm - 7.30pm

Auction bidding (online):

17 July - 24 July 2018

For more information and updates visit the Event page

The Glassroom, NAS Chapel,

National Art School

Cnr of Forbes and Burton St,

Darlinghurst, Sydney, NSW, 2010


THE ECOLOGICAL CITIZEN Vol 1 No 2 2018 Online publication

Hello 2018!

I'm delighted to share that my 'Melt' works have been featured in the latest edition of The Ecological Citizen - a peer-reviewed, free-to-access journal with a focus on ecocentrism. It's a great read for those interested in ecological perspectives.

You can find journal here: The Ecological Citizen Vol 1 No 2 2018

On a side note, last year I updated this website with my latest projects that emerged from my MFA at the National Art School, including works that didn't make it into the public exhibition. If you haven't already, check them out.