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Andy Quilty

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Lives and works


Andy Quilty is an artist, independent arts worker and Lecturer in Fine Arts at the University of Western Australia. He works across the state facilitating creative development workshops in Aboriginal art centres, schools, non-profits, prisons and community groups. Quilty is the artist patron for the Military Art Program Australia, an art therapy program for military veterans and is on the Cultural Development and the Arts Advisory panel for the City of Rockingham. Quilty’s multidisciplinary practice identifies a creative visual language located in outer suburbia incorporating material and psychological expressions, markings and gestures, positioned as inventive expressions of outer suburban experience.

He is a Lecturer in Fine Arts at The University of Western Australia, Program Patron for the Military Art Program Australia a non-profit assisting Military Veterans through art therapy, and works across the state facilitating art workshops in schools, penal institutions, community groups and Aboriginal art centres.

Quilty has been a finalist in number of significant awards including the Hazelhurst Works on Paper Prize, Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize, Rick Amor Drawing Prize, Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award (JADA), Kedumba Drawing Award, Albany Art Prize, Joondalup Invitation Art Award, Black Swan Portrait Prize and the Salon des Refusés.

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