A group show highlighting the creative talent of over 30 female artists across multiple mediums proudly curated by The Ladies Network.
The Ladies Network announced their third exhibition at multi award winning space, aMBUSH Gallery that ran from November 13 to 19. After two successful exhibitions since May 2015, with over 1,000 attendees and curating over 60 artists works, The Ladies Exhibition 3 brought together over 30 established and emerging artists as well as zines and music.
Founder and Curator Lara Vrkic says of the importance to create a space for female artists, “We don’t focus on the negatives of gender inequality instead highlight the opportunities women can seize in reconstructing their role in society.” The Ladies Network are a group of seven women who run a platform to celebrate the work of women in creative industries. Working with artists, musicians, designers, businesswomen and writers, The Ladies Network provides opportunities for women to be recognised for their contribution to the creative landscape of our city.
The opening night was sound tracked by local DJs, Mira Boru, Fleitsy and Chunyin with on-site nail art by Hey Lady Nails. Artists’ works were available for sale, there was also a collection of local zines and The Ladies Network merchandise.
Anna Cuthill, Annalisa Ferraris, Ash King, Bridge Stehli, Carla Adams, Carla Uriarte, Cherry Piper, Claire Nakazawa, Clare Longley, Elle Louise Burguez, Ellen Virgona, Elsa Mcgrath, Emily Ellis, Emily Walder, Emma Lipscombe, Esther Olsen, Evi O, Haidee Lorenz, Holly Fewson, Holly Greenwood, Imogen Grist, Isobella Grist, Jessica Cochrane, Jodee Knowles, Jordyn Mcgeachin, Kate Banazi, Kim Kim Kim, Lucy O’Doherty, Madi Oma, Madelin Bronar-Thomas, Matilda Kubany, Nadia Hernandez, Ondine Seabrook, Penelope Tsoutas, Rachela Grace Nardella, Sarah Kelk, Taylor Conacher and more