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Artist CV


Julie Monro-Allison is a visual artist and researcher living on Ngunnawal country (Canberra, Australia). In 2021 she was awarded a PhD in Fine Arts from the Australian National University for her thesis Intracorporeal Entanglement, and other provocations of the gestating body. She has exhibited her work in artist-run and regional galleries in south-eastern Australia, and in 2019 was a finalist in the Hidden Rookwood Sculpture Prize and the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize. She has undertaken artist residencies across the country and has been commissioned for temporary public art projects in Brisbane, Hobart and the ACT. Her work investigates the relationships between organisms and the spaces in which they exist.


Solo Exhibitions


2022: Skeleton Breath, Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

2021: Intimate Entanglement, ANU Gallery

2018: This howling, flailing thing, ANU Foyer Gallery

2013: The Fourth Humour, Moonah Arts Centre

2012: CAUTION: danger, 146 ArtSpace Arts Tasmania

2011: How to make your house truly your own, Blindside ARI

2011: Out of Space, Australian National Capital Artists Gallery

2009: Anatomap, Australian National University School of Fine Art Foyer Gallery


Selected Group Exhibitions


2019: Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize

2019: Hidden Sculptures at Rookwood

2018: Small Moments, Mawson’s Pavilion

2018: Petite Textiles, Wangaratta Art Gallery

2017: Masks, Moonah Arts Centre

2012: North by North, Moonah Arts Centre

2011: WonderShaper, Sawtooth ARI

2011: Art Activate, Utopian Slumps

2011: Monstrosity, Canberra Contemporary Art Space

2010: 40% Wool/60% Acrylic, Hardware Gallery

2009: The Diamond Dogs, Brunswick Art Space

2009: Threads of Influence, Sturt Centre for Contemporary Craft

2008: Month about Making, Craft Victoria

2007: Hatched, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art




2022: Design Canberra, Craft ACT

2021: Botanica, Museum of Brisbane

2021: Sullivan's Creek Projects

2015: Former Beaumaris Zoo Site, Open House Hobart



2021: Cahoots Practice Development, You Are Here

2018: Inner West Council

2012: Kickstart Arts

2011: Laughing Waters, Nillumbik Shire Council

2009: Marrickville Council

2008: Month about Making, Craft Victoria

2007: Vancouver Arts Centre

2007: Sturt Centre for Contemporary Craft



2022: ArtsACT Activities Funding

2021: ArtsACT Activities Funding

2019: Finalist, Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize

2019: Finalist, Hidden Sculptures at Rookwood

2018: Highly Commended, ANU School of Art Drawing Prize

2011: Arts Tasmania Artsbridge Grant

2011: Tasmanian Regional Arts Grant

2008: Highly Commended, Art Unlimited Landscape Prize

2007: Emerging Artist Initiative Mentorship, Craft Victoria



2021: PhD, Australian National University

  • A&A Masters Higher Degree Research Award 2019

  • EASS Patrons Higher Degree Research Award 2019

  • Graduate Materials Award in Visual Arts 2019

  • Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship

2006: Diploma of Art (Visual), Australian National University

2004: Bachelor of Arts (major Art Theory/English), University of Tasmania


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