QLD SMALL TOWNS
November - December 2013
Powerhouse Gallery, Brisbane
The Queensland Small Towns Photo-Documentary Project examines issues of community identity with a view to foregrounding impacts on rural Queensland as a result of the mining boom.
A collaboration between three Brisbane universities — The University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology and Griffith University - the project was funded by a $50,000 Arts Queensland Creative Partnership Grant. The photographs have been added to the permanent collection of the State Library of Qld.
2010 - Queensland Academy for Creative Industries Gallery
2008 - Public exhibition, Sarlat, France
2006 - Alliance Francaise, QLD Writers Festival Exhibition
April - May 2014
Sprout Gallery Brisbane
A series of colour and B&W landscapes spanning work undertaken by Louise Grayson in Australia, Europe and Africa.
CAMARADE: WWI Centenary
LANSCAPE @ SPROUT
12 March - 3 April 2014
Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery
Phase one of an extensive body of photographic work created in conjunction with the WWI Centenary. CAMARADE explores how people in the Granite Belt region of Australia commemorate their grandparents / great grandparents' involvement in WWI and expatriation to the resettlement farms established in the area post WWI.