Figure in the Landscape

It is a pleasure to be showing a series of small works at the Drill Hall Gallery from February until April, 2018. Figure in the landscape is an exhibition of small moments of intervention in the outdoors. The sculptural works combine found materials – rocks, fencing wire, and dirt – with intimate, bodily objects – combs, thimbles and scarves – in sometimes awkward and uncomfortable combinations. Sharing the gallery with Nolan’s Riverbend, these personal objects articulate some of the complexities encountered when negotiating the outdoors.

Jacqueline Bradley - Figure in the Landscape

23 February - 8 April, Wed - Sun 10 - 5pm

Drill Hall Gallery, Kingsley Street, Acton, ACT

Timeframe at Justin Art House Museum

It is an absolute pleasure to be included in Timeframe - Works from the Taylor/Jones collection at the Justin Art House Museum in Melbourne. The exhibition continues until the 3rd of
and if you'd like to check it out, booking details can be found here!


I'm a feminist but...

Thanks so much to Eleanor Scicchitano and Praxis Artspace for including my work in the excellent exhibition 'I'm a feminist but...' this September in Adelaide. It was a pleasure to head down for the opening, and looking forward to the next iteration of the project in 2018 already!


Check out the gallery here 


Lines of Site

I'm really excited to be part of the Lines of Site exhibition, curated by Grace Blakeley-Carroll. Come along to the opening on the 17th August, or to one of the public programs that you can find out about here


Lines of Site: Finding the Sublime in Canberra

Artists: Jacqueline Bradley, Cathy Franzi, Kirstie Rea, Mark Mohell, Annika Harding, Caren Florence, and Melinda Smith

Curated by Grace Blakeley-Carroll


Opening 6pm, Thursday the 17thAugust.

Exhibition continues until the 3rd of September.

Floor talk 2pm, Sunday 27th August.


M16 Artspace

Wednesday - Sunday, 12 - 5

Blaxland Centre, 21 Blaxland Crescent, Griffith, ACT.

Climbing Equipment at the National Portrait Gallery

The installation work, Climbing Equipment, will be on display at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra as part of the late night opening events. Find a link to the events here, hope to see you there!

CLIMBING EQUIPMENT - Jacqueline Bradley

25th January - 3rd February, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra

Friday, January 27th, 5pm - 8pm

View Jacqueline Bradley’s installation and listen to live music performed by members of the Canberra Symphony Orchestra

Friday, February 3rd, 5pm - 8pm

View Jacqueline Bradley’s installation and listen to live music performed by the John Mackey Trio.

The Portrait Gallery will keep its doors open until 8.00pm on Fridays 20, 27 January and 3, 10, 24 February.We will have a variety of fascinating (and free!) performances throughout the summer, and don’t forget to catch our Popular Pet Show highlights tour at 7.00pm (exhibition ticket required). Your taste buds will be satisfied by our paid bar selling a delicious range of food and drinks.

Obnoxious Ladies in the Australian Landscape

Really pleased to be exhibiting alongside many wonderful artists in the exhibition Obnoxious Ladies in the Australian Landscape curated by Sabrina Baker. You can find Sabrina's fantastic catalogue essay here and to the gallery page here.


Exhibitions runs from the 13th May until the 18th June

Open Tuesday - Friday, 11 - 5, and Saturday 10 - 4

Canberra Contemporary Art Space

55 Ainslie Ave, Braddon ACT, 2612


National Self Portrait Prize

It is a wonderful privilege to be exhibiting in the National Self portrait prize in the UQ gallery, Queensland, Australia.  After flying up for the opening, I was also invited to give an artist talk alongside Guan Wei, John Nixon, Julia deVille and winner Fiona McMonagle. You can find a link to the talk here or a short video of me talking about my piece here. Thanks to curator Michael Desmond and the amazing staff at UQ for inviting me to be part of this exhibition.


Curated Exhibition: National Self Portrait Prize

Curator: Michael Desmond

The University of Queensland Art Museum
James and Mary Emelia Mayne Centre (Building 11)
University Drive
The University of Queensland
St Lucia Qld4067 Australia

Opening Wednesday 14th November 2015

Exhibition continues until 13th March 2016

Opening hours:10.00 am – 4.00 pm daily (Excludes public holidays)