Lecturer - School of Art, RMIT University
Julie Shiels is a visual artist and sessional lecturer in Art in Public Space post-graduate program at RMIT University. She holds a MFA (RMIT 2006) was awarded a PhD in 2016 (Victorian College of the Arts). Her sculptural works are exhibited regularly in galleries and public space and her photographic work is published by M.33.
Julie is a member of The Centre for Art, Society and Transformation (CAST) at RMIT.
Review: Theatre is Lying, ACCA, Melbourne. In an era where local and international politics risks being less believable than a long-form TV series like House of Cards, it is apposite that the latest exhibition at the...
Review: Perfection, Science Gallery Melbourne. It would be easy to assume that art and science occupy separate worlds. Art invites us to encounter things as they are perceived and not as they are known and relies on...