'Steeple' Series
2020
'Baked' series
2019
'Painting the Days' series
2015
'Neuroplasticity' Series
2016
'Patched' series
2017
The Vulva Project
Exhibition Artist and Co-curator, The Launching Pad Gallery, 2017
'Tarkine in Motion' series
The Bob Brown Foundation program, Tarkine, Tasmania 2017/2018.
"What if we imagined..."
Banyule Council Grant recipient, "Pinpoint program, Art in public spaces" 2017
'Art Adventure Tours'
Banyule Council Grant recipient, "Pinpoint program, Art in public spaces" 2016
Home Truths
Curator, choreographer and Visual and Performing Artist, 2016.
'Metamorphosis' series
2006
'Forbidden Ponds'
"Artful Park II" Centennial Park, 1995
"You and the View: 12 Eye Exercises"
"Artful Park",
Centennial Park, 1994
Murals
Selected 2D work
'Art 4 Walls' project with refugees
Nillumbik Quick Response Arts Grant recipient 2018.
New York RMIT Art Tour
2018
"Care-more, Car-less" Music Video
Banyule Environment Grant Recipient 2015, collaborating with Briar Hill Primary School.
Selected Video Work
'Jamais Trop Tard' dance and music video
VCA Diploma in Animateuring Project in collaboration with "Matata Sound" 2003
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Fiona Haasz is a Melbourne born artist, with journeys all over, currently residing in Melbourne.

Lover of colour, the quotidian, wabi sabi, kintsugi, movement, light, the silly, the sexy, the childlike and the political.

 

Curriculum Vitae

“Oscar Wilde said if you know what you want to be then you inevitably become it. That is your punishment, but if you never know, then you can be anything. There is a truth to that. We are not nouns. We are verbs. I am not a thing - an actor, a writer - I am a person who does things - I write, I act - and I never know what I am going to do next. I think you can be imprisoned if you think of yourself as a noun.” Stephen Fry.

Respectfully I acknowledge the land we call Australia, is and always has been, Aboriginal.