Artists: Miriam Gardiner, Del Hemingway, Debbie Oakley and Jillian Ciemitis
Jillian Ciemitis was one of four Western Australian artists to collectively present a body of work exploring the tension between the concepts of nature vs nurture in a group exhibition ‘Alitura’. Held at the Heathcote Museum and Gallery throughout July. The exhibition also included artists Debbie Oakley, Miriam Gardiner and Delrene Hemingway.
Jillian Ciemitis receives award from City of Swan, Mayor Charlie Zannino
Jillian Ciemitis received the Western Australian Print Makers Association Excellence Award for her hand printed screen print “Exterieur Interieur”. The work was the outcome of her 2011 photographic exploration of the Louvre, Paris and was regarded as a contemporary reinterpretation of traditional themes and forms.
Jillian Ciemitis was Artist in Residence at Edith Cowan University Printmaking Studio in Perth, Western Australia during August – September, 2012. Throughout the six week residency, Jillian conceived and screen printed Biophilia Hypothesis, a series of photographic screen prints which transmogrify branch patterning so that the resulting images become meditations on neural pathways and plasticity.
Jillian Ciemitis screen printing ‘Biophilia Hypothesis’ during artist residency at Edith Cowan University.
A print survey by Edith Cowan University at Moores Gallery in Fremantle has challenged questions of what printmaking might be through investigations across a wide range of traditional and non-traditional approaches. Works including those by Jillian Ciemitis, formed part of a special feature of the exhibition; – the “Global Echo” will concurrently exhibit a collected survey of selected printmakers in international venues including New York, Karachi, Sheffield, Lancashire and Utah.
May 8 – 16, 2010
A 2010 survey of printmedia in Western Australia has featured prints by Jillian Ciemitis. The ‘by-invitation’ exhibition, curated by Shelley Cowper and Krissie Dawson comprised outstanding works by 28 printmedia students and staff of (inter alia) the University of Edith Cowan (ECU), University of Western Australia (UWA) and Curtin University.
Moores Contemporary Art Gallery
46 Henry Street, Fremantle, WA