Professional Profile of BRONWYN BANCROFT

2015 DOCTORATE OF CREATIVE ARTS, University of Sydney (ongoing)

2009 - 2014 DOCTORATE OF CREATIVE ARTS, University of Western Sydney (transferred to

University of Sydney in 2015)

2006 MASTER OF ARTS IN PAINTING, Sydney University

2003 MASTER OF STUDIO PRACTICE, Sydney University, Fine Arts Department

1976 – 1980 DIPLOMA VISUAL ARTS, Canberra School of Arts, ACT

1975 HSC, Tenterfield High School, NSW

Work Experience

1985 – Pres PROPRIETOR/DESIGNER/ARTIST: Designer Aboriginals, Balmain, Sydney NSW

2010 – 2015 DIRECTOR: Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative

2008 – 2015 BOARD MEMBER: Copyright Agency (CA)

2007 – 2015 BOARD MEMBER: Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME)


BOARD MEMBER: Commonwealth Bank RAP Committee

ILLUSTRATOR: The Amazing A-Z Thing

SPEAKER: Journey of Inspiring Moments, The National Conference of the Children's Book

Council of Australia, Canberra

SPEAKER/WORKSHOP: Light the Fire, University of New England, Armidale

PRESENTER: Abbotsleigh Literary Festival


SPEAKER/WORKSHOP FACILITATOR: Big Picture Workshop, Arts Northern Rivers,Lismore

GUEST OF HONOUR: Children’s Book Festival, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne

JUDGE: Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists' Travel Scholarship Prize, Sydney College of the Arts

JUDGE: Blacktown City Art Prize, Blacktown Arts Centre, Sydney

BOARD MEMBER: Australian Indigenous Design Initiative Steering Committee

2011 – 2012 BOARD MEMBER: CBeebies Australia, BBC


AUTHOR/ILLUSTRATOR: Remembering Lionsville (children’s book)

GUEST OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL: Diamond Jubilee Lunch with The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, Canberra

WORKSHOP FACILITATOR: Safe is … (Artist in Residence for Family Planning Queensland at the Murri School, Brisbane)

2006 – 2011 BOARD MEMBER: Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative

Professional Profile


SPEAKER: Indigenous Business Industry Seminar, Penrith

GUEST OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL: International Women’s Day, Canberra

CURATOR/COORDINATOR: Milton Budge, Anthony Flanders, and Dorsey Smith, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney

AUTHOR/ILLUSTRATOR: Kangaroo and Crocodile Children’s Book

SPEAKER: National Reconciliation Week Opening Forum, Australia National Gallery, Canberra

SPEAKER: Gararr Exhibition Opening, Blacktown Arts Centre

ARTIST PROFILE: Playschool, Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC)


AUTHOR/ILLUSTRATOR: Why I Love Australia (children’s book)

CURATOR/COORDINATOR: Art from the Heart, Chrissie Cotter Gallery

CURATOR/COORDINATOR: Black or White, It Just Aint Right, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney

CURATOR/COORDINATOR: Willurei Kirkbright and Jeffrey Samuels 2010, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney

COMMITTEE MEMBER: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Arts Committee, City of Sydney

SPEAKER: Australian Art Industry Symposium, Melbourne University

2009 SPEAKER: Statewide Indigenous Visual Arts Gathering Ground, Melbourne

CURATOR/COORDINATOR: Strength of Women, Chrissie Cotter Gallery

CHAIRPERSON: CAL Resale Royalty Advisory Panel

COMMITTEE MEMBER: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Arts Committee, Cityof Sydney

PRESENTER: Simultaneous Readathon Australian Literacy, Concord Library, Sydney

HONORARY AMBASSADOR: Foundation of Public Education NSW

CURATOR: The Strength of Women, Wilson Street Gallery, Newtown, Sydney

PRESENTER: Come Together Strong, A state-wide Indigenous visual artists gathering ground, Koori Heritage Trust, Melbourne

2008 – 2009

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Future Directions in Literacy Conference, Sydney University


BOARD MEMBER: Indigenous Advisory Council, City of Sydney

2007 – 2009

BOARD MEMBER: Tranby Aboriginal College, Sydney


WORKSHOP FACILITATOR: North Coast, Tweed Heads, Casino and Grafton in conjunction with Arts Northern Rivers

WORKSHOP FACILITATOR: Identity and Culture, Artlinks, Western Sydney

PRESENTER: Premier State Art Conference, Campbelltown City Arts Centre

WORKSHOP FACILITATOR: Art panels working with students, Birchgrove Public School

CURATOR/COORDINATOR: Strength of Women, Chrissie Cotter Gallery

CURATOR: Family Fusion, Circle Café

CURATOR: Many Walks of Life, Aboriginal Women’s Exhibition, Wilson Street Gallery

PRESENTER: One Small Life, Powerhouse Museum, Yinalung Yenu, Sydney

PRESENTER: Creature Features, ABC Television, featuring Bronwyn Bancroft

CURATOR: Chrissie Cotter Show with Tracey Duncan


PRESENTER: Ngoloo Wunu – Deadly Arts Business Gathering, Gasworks Arts Park, Melbourne

PRESENTER: Blakatak Art Series, Campbelltown City Art Gallery

COORDINATOR/CURATOR: Water Gives Life Exhibition, Chrissie Cotter Gallery

2005 – 2007 BOARD MEMBER: Artists Advisory Board, Museum of Contemporary Art


PRESENTER: Northern Rivers ACC

ARTIST: Mural, Hugo Steel Reserve, Redfern, Sydney

SPEAKER: NAIDOC Week, NSW Premier=s Department

GUEST SPEAKER: Protecting Your Intellectual Property, Indigenous Home Based Business Showcase, Australian Government, Building Entrepreneurship in Small Business Program

SPEAKER: Blakatalk, series of art programs, MCA


WORKSHOP TUTOR: Granville Boys High School

WORKSHOP TUTOR: Homebush Boys High School

ARTIST: Mural, SCEGGS Darlinghurst

WORKSHOP TUTOR: Fairfield High School

WORKSHOP TUTOR: Euraba Paper, Boggabilla NSW

FACILITATOR: Artlinks Linear Linkages, Concept series of 8 workshops in Western Sydney (incl. Homebush Girls HS and Liverpool Girls HS)

CURATOR: Walking the Streets, Art Festival Newtown

2005 – 2006

TUTOR: Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience, University of Sydney

CURATOR: Chrissie Cotter Show with Tracey Duncan


Tamworth Librarians Conference, Tamworth Catholic Archdiocese

1985 – 2005

MEMBER: Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative


SPEAKER: Ourimbah Campus Children's Literature Festival, University of Newcastle/TAFE/ Central Coast Campuses

SPEAKER: 5th Conference of the Australian School Library Association (NSW), ASLA NSW

SPEAKER: TAS Development Day: Art and Design, NSW Catholic Archdiocese

SPEAKER: Dialogues and Differences, Education Conference, Sydney University

SPEAKER: Voices on the Coast, Writers Festival Maroochydore, Emmanuel College and University

SPEAKER: Kids Night Out, Sydney Town Hall

SPEAKER: Indigenous Australian Health Seminar, Bachelor of Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, University of Sydney

SPEAKER: Artlinks Identity Workshops, Granville and Birrong

PRESENTER: Turning the Tide, Kings School Parramatta

WORKSHOP PRESENTER: Where to now? Business and Painting Development, Koori Artists, Ballina Ace, North NSW

ILLUSTRATOR: Kids Night Out, Sydney Writers Festival

2003 – 2004

MEMBER: Australian Council Intellectual Property Project Group

WORKSHOP TUTOR: My Art, My Business, Grafton Regional Gallery Workshop

2003 CONTRIBUTOR: Indigenous Arts Education, University of Melbourne

ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE: Waverley College, Bondi

SPEAKER: Divining the Sacred and Profane, Visual Arts Conference, New South Wales Art Gallery

GUEST SPEAKER: The Power of Cultural Evidence – Native Title Business Forum, National Museum of Australia

FACILITATOR/LECTURER: Reflections of Identity – Art Linkages, Department of Education. Series of 8 workshops on identity and cultural mapping

INTERIM CHAIRPERSON: Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative

CONVENOR: NSW Aboriginal Artists for the Protection of Art Culture and Heritage

MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Black Fellas Dreaming, Darlinghurst

2001 – 2003  

LECTURER: Koori Centre, Sydney University. Art public lectures

LECTURER: Cofa College of Fine Arts. Art public lectures


JUDGE: Inaugural Strathfield Eco Art Prize, Strathfield Municipal Council Prize

ILLUSTRATOR/PRESENTER: Sydney Writers Festival, Sydney Town Hall

TUTOR: You Don't Even Look Australian based on painting, You Don't Even Look Aboriginal, Department of Education. Artlinks identity-based art workshops

FACILITATOR/LECTURER: Artist Workshop and Aboriginal Awareness and the Public Art Development of Painted Poles, Willoughby Primary School

LECTURER: Aboriginal Art and Awareness, Sydney University, Faculty of Nursing

2001 SPEAKER: National Indigenous Women's Issues Conference

ILLUSTRATOR/PRESENTER: Kids' Night Out, Sydney Town Hall

GUEST SPEAKER: The Word Festival, Canberra

GUEST SPEAKER: Sydney Writers Festival

GUEST SPEAKER: Mothers of Federation, Jessie Street National Library

GUEST SPEAKER: Milpra Art Exhibition, Casula Powerhouse

1999 – 2000

TUTOR: Urunga Public School, NAIDOC Week

PROJECT MANAGER: Mum Shirl Tribute Working Group Exhibition and Catalogue

1998 – 2000

DIRECTOR: Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative


PRESENTER: Rockhampton/Queensland Artists Workshops


TRAINER: Workshops, Woy Woy Primary School



WORKSHOP FACILITATOR: Mural, Walcha Public School


KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Language, Learning, Culture Unsettling Certainties, Darwin

1992 – 1997

BOARD MEMBER: Council of the National Gallery of Australia

1993 – 1997

CHAIRPERSON: National Indigenous Arts and Advocacy Association (NIAAA) (formerly AAMA)


TUTOR: Aboriginal Artists Workshop, Lakes Entrance (Victoria) Skillshare, Graphic Design Course and Accreditation

GUEST SPEAKER: Children's Book Council Conference, Brisbane

CHAIRPERSON: Visual Arts and Crafts, NSW Ministry of the Arts

CHAIRPERSON: Indigenous Advisory Committee, NSW Ministry of the Arts

JUDGE: Telstra Aboriginal Art Award, Northern Territory Art Gallery

MEMBER: Arts Advisory Committee, NSW Ministry of the Arts

MEMBER: International Promotions Committee, Australia Council

MEMBER: Review Committee, Visions of Australia

1995 – 1996

CHAIRPERSON: Visual Arts and Crafts Committee

CHAIRPERSON: Indigenous Arts Committee

CHAIRPERSON: National Indigenous Arts Advocacy Association

1995 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: National Indigenous Arts Advocacy Association (NIAAA)

MEMBER: International Promotions Assessment Committee (Australia Council)

1993 – 1995

MEMBER: Visual Arts and Crafts, NSW Ministry of the Arts


PARTICIPANT: Dreamspeakers Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

1990 – 1991

TUTOR: Creative Arts Program with Yurundali Artists, Moree Plains Gallery, NSW

CHAIRPERSON: Boomalli Aboriginal Artist Co-operative, Sydney NSW

COORDINATOR: Dept of Fine Arts – John Power Institute Public Education Program

Aboriginal Art in Australian Society, Sydney University, NSW

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1990 TUTOR: Creative Arts Program in conjunction with Moree Art Gallery (Moree), Arrilla (Dubbo) and Arilla (Port Macquarie)

1989 LECTURER: Outreach Project, Lake Cargelligo NSW

1988 – 1989 TREASURER: Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney NSW

1987 LECTURER: Aboriginal Spectrum – Canberra School of Art, ACT

1980 – 1987 DESIGNER (freelance)

1985 DESIGNER: Balmain Markets – original hand painted garments – Sydney NSW

1982 – 1983 RESTAURATEUR: The Palisade Restaurant, The Rocks, Sydney NSW

1980 PHOTOGRAPHIC TUTOR: Canberra School of Art, ACT

1978 – 1980 DESIGN ARTIST: Pink Panther Print, Canberra ACT

1976 LAYOUT/PASTE-UP ARTIST: Press Type, Fyshwick ACT

Awards & Presentation

2013 Finalist – Diversity, 100 Women of Influence Award, Financial Review

2012 Edna Ryan Arts Award for Creative Feminism, Sydney

Finalist in 2012 IYC Co-operatives Australia Leadership Awards, Port Macquarie

2011 Shortlisted for Picture Book of the Year – Kangaroo and Crocodile, Children’s Book Council

White Raven Literary Award – Why I Love Australia, Bologne, Italy

Shortlisted for Prime Minister’s Literary Award For Children’s Fiction – Why I Love Australia, Canberra


Recipient – Discovery Indigenous Researcher’s Development Grant, Australian Association for Research in Education

Dromkeen Medal for Children’s Literature for Contribution to Australian Literature

Shortlisted for Picture Book of the Year – Why I Love Australia, Children’s Book Council

2008 – 2010 Yarramundi Scholarship for Doctorate of Creative Arts – University of Western Sydney

2009 Finalist – Queensland Premier’s Literary Award


Finalist – Blake Prize for Religious Art, selected for tour

Notable Book List – An Australian 123 of Animals, Children’s Book Council

Notable Book List in Top 250 in the World for Children’s Books – Children’s Book Council for Malu Kangaroo and ABC of Animals published by Little Hare

Biographical entry – Crowns Publishers Inaugural Edition, Who’s Who in New South Wales


Finalist – Local Government Cultural Awards, Tempe Mural, Robyn Webster Reserve

Finalist – Inaugural NSW Indigenous Art Prize

Finalist – Nature Hunt & Patterns of Australia for non-fiction book award

Short-listed – Patterns of Australia, Environmental Award for Childrens Literature, Wilderness Society

2005 Finalist – Inaugural NSW Indigenous Art Prize


Conrad Jupiters Art Award, Gold Coast Arts Centre (Finalist)

New York Public Library, Top 100 Children's Books with Sun Mother


Centenary Medal of Australia

Telstra Art Award, Northern Territory (Finalist)

2001 Notable Australian Children's Books, Leaving

2000 May Gibbs Fellowship – Dromkeen Residency Melbourne

1999 – 2000 Australia Council Fellowship – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts Board

1999 Australian Living Treasure, NSW Presentation

1997 NSW Premier's History Awards, Picture Book of the Year, short-listed – The Whalers

1995 NIAAA Employment Award (Chairperson)

1994 Australian Candidate, UNICEF – Ezra Jack Keats International Award for Excellence in Children's Book Illustration

1991 – 1992

Creative Artists Fellowship – Aboriginal Arts Committee, Australia Council

Multicultural Award – The Fat and Juicy Place, Dianna Kidd

1985 Professional Development Grant – Aboriginal Arts Board, Australia Council

1984 Arts Grant – Aboriginal Arts Board

Representations and Collections

Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander Commission, ACT

Art Gallery of New South Wales

Art Gallery of Western Australia


Australian Museum, NSW

Australian Taxation Office

Center for the Study of Political Graphics, Santa Monica California, USA

Dromkeen Collection of Australian Children's Literature

Flinders University, Adelaide SA

Gallery of Western Australia

Governor of Tokyo, His Excellency Mr Suzuki

His Highness Sheikka Jameela Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Ruler of Sharjah

Kelton Foundation, USA

Macquarie University Aboriginal Programs

Macquarie University Collection

Maritime Museum, Sydney NSW

Moree Plains Gallery, NSW

Myer, Ballieu (private collection)

National Gallery of Australia, ACT

National Museum of Australia, ACT

New England Regional Art Museum

New York Public Library Print Collection

Newark Museum, Newark, America

Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia

Prime Minister of Turkey

Queensland Art Gallery

Queensland University of Technology

Prime Ministers Department and Cabinet

Sister City Ngoya Collection

State Library of NSW

State Library of Victoria

University of Sydney, NSW

University of Technology, Broadway Campus

University of Technology – Leisure and Tourism Dept, Kuring-gai Campus, NSW

Völkerkunde Museum, Frankfurt Germany

Westpac, New York USA

Wollongong University, NSW

Wollongong University – Aboriginal Education Unit, NSW

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Members Show, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney

Our Culture, Our Compass, Aboriginal Womens Collective, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Cooperative,


Intertwined, Adelaide Pery Gallery, Presbyterian Ladies' College, Sydney

Amazing Whales, Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

RIGHTNOW, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative

Drawn to Word, Grace Cossington Smith Gallery

Two Ways Together, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative


Big Ones Little Ones, National Gallery of Brunei, Brunei (group)

Members Show, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney

The Journey, Aboriginal Womens Collective, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney

Judge a Book, Buy its Cover, Depot II, Waterloo, Sydney Story Factory


Passion Power Politics: A 30 Year Major Retrospective of Bronwyn Bancroft, CarriageWorks, Sydney

Remembering, Janet Clayton Gallery, Sydney

Boomalli at the 18th JAALA International Art Exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Japan (group)

Ripple Effect: Boomalli Founding Members Exhibition, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Cooperative, Sydney

Aboriginal Women’s Show, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney

Boomalli at Art Atrium, Art Atrium, Sydney (group)

From Paper, Janet Clayton Gallery at Beijing Art Space, China (group)


Lo Spirito Dell’ Arte Aborigena (Dreamtime) travelling exhibition, Man Museum, Nuoro, Padua and Florence, Italy


Art from the Heart, Chrissie Cotter Gallery (Aboriginal women’s group)

Time, Wilson Street Gallery, Sydney (solo)

Black or White, It Just Aint Right, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney (group)

A Show of Strength, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney (group)


Strength of Women, Chrissie Cotter Gallery (Aboriginal women’s group)

Coming Together Aboriginal Art Exhibition, St Scholastica’s College

Grafton Regional Gallery Post Card Show, Grafton Regional Gallery

Artist of the Month, Concord City Library, Sydney


Annual Picture Book Illustration Exhibition, Customs House Gallery, Warnambool, Victoria (group)

A Women’s World, Vivien Anderson Gallery (solo)

Strength of Women, Chrissie Cotter Gallery (Aboriginal women’s group)

Black and White, Wilson Street Gallery, Sydney (group)

Confidential Business, Casula Powerhouse, Sydney (invited artists)

Premier State Exhibition, Campbelltown City Art Gallery (invited artists)

Women’s Show, Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne (group)

What the Trees Have Seen, Wilson Street Gallery, Sydney (solo)

Family Fusion, Circle Café, Sydney (Aboriginal women’s group)

Yinalung Yenu, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney (selected artists group)

Founding Members, Boomalli Aboriginal Arts Co-operative (group)

Together, Contemporary Arab Art Museum, Al Shunaihiyeen Area, Sharjah (group)

Windows on Pain, Exhibition Sydney, ANZ Building

Many Walks of Life, Wilson St Gallery, Sydney (group)

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Honouring Life, with Sally Morgan, Hogarth Gallery, Sydney

Donation of Artwork, Bella dinner, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney

Many Walks of Life, Chrissie Cotter Gallery, Sydney (group)

Members Exhibition, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative

Paper 2007, Wilson Street Gallery, Sydney

Australian Art Festival, Academy of the Spherical Arts, Toronto Canada

Deadly Ark Business Gathering, book illustrations, Melbourne, with Ngoloo Wunu

An Australian Menagerie, Animals in Australian Children’s Books – International Book Fair, Beijing, Taipei, Taiwan, China

The Women’s Show, Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne

2006 Lineage Linkages – Vivien Anderson Gallery (solo)

Six Contemporary Australian Artists, Galerie Zuiger, Santa Fe, USA

Picnic in the Outback, book illustrations, Lovett Gallery, Newcastle Regional Library

Our Land, Our Country – Chrissie Cotter Gallery, Sydney

Mid-year degree exhibition, Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney University

Master of Arts degree exhibition, Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney University

Members Show, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative


Mystical Conversations, Koori Heritage Trust, Melbourne (solo)

Nelson Mandela Collaborative Exhibition, World Economic Summit

Children's Book Illustrations presented by Books Illustrated, Long Gallery, Hobart

The Women's Show, Vivien Anderson Gallery, Melbourne

Through My Eyes, children's book illustrations, Retrospective, Newcastle City Library, Lovett Gallery

Group of Eleven Artists, Waverley Library, NAIDOC, Sydney

Water Gives Life, Chrissie Cotter Gallery, Sydney


Memory Matrix, Vivien Anderson Gallery Melbourne (solo)

Inaugural NSW Indigenous Art Exhibition, Parliament House

Speak Up, You Fellas, Dubbo Regional Gallery

Summer Salon, Vivien Anderson Gallery Melbourne

Father Riley's Kids Off The Street, Golden Slipper Racing Carnival

Members Exhibition, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative Sydney

Big Ones, Little Ones, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative

Corroborate NAIDOC, Tweed River Regional Gallery

Children's Book Illustrators, Writers Festival Sydney

Women's Exhibition, Vivien Anderson Gallery Melbourne

Still Mighty Multi-Media Art, Global Gallery Sydney

Our Place: Indigenous Australia Now, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece


My DNA, BBA Gallery, Chippendale (solo)

Solo Exhibition, Teneleven Gallery, Melbourne

Lightning Strikes fundraising exhibition, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative

Urban Myth members' exhibition, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative

Women's Exhibition, Vivien Anderson Gallery

Telstra Art Award finalist, Darwin Exhibition

All Us Now, Gallery Amichi, Sydney

Jenes for Genes 10 Year Retrospective Exhibition, Arthouse Hotel, Sydney

Ned Kelly Framed, SH Erwin Gallery, Sydney

Fresco group exhibition, Artelido Gallery, Newcastle

A Silver Lining and a New Beginning, Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney

Oceans of Stories: The Whalers, book illustrations, Australian National Maritime Museum


Animals in Wonderland (book illustration), University of Technology, Sydney

The Good, the Bad and the Mighty, Tap Gallery Darlinghurst, Sydney

NERAM Fifty/50 Pleasureland, Armidale NSW

Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne

Native Title Business Contemporary Indigenous Art, Regional Galleries of Queensland & touring Australia

A Material Thing, fabric and textile exhibition, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative


Black to Black, Back to Back with Euphemia Bostock, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Cooperative, Sydney

Inner Voices with Guest Daphne Wallace, BBA Gallery, Sydney (Solo)

As Told in Your Dreams: An Intriguing Journey, McClelland Gallery, Vic & touring Dromkeen

Message Sticks, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Opera House Sydney

True, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Opera House, Sydney

Our Heritage, Our Future, Boroondara Literature Festival

Pittwater Public Art – Guringai Festival


Comfort Zone, Sydney International Biennale 2000, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-op

Women's Show – Tap Gallery, Sydney

Bayagul, Powerhouse Museum, Contemporary Indigenous Gallery

Art of Place, Heritage Art Award, Canberra

Richness in Diversity, South East Asia – Dept of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Selected Works – Australian Museum, Sydney (Solo)

Common Ground, University of Technology, Sydney

Dreamtime to the New Millennium, Penrith Regional Gallery and Macquarie University

Djurumin, International Women's Day – Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative

3D Comfort Zone, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative

That's Not Aboriginal Art! Members Exhibition, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-op, Sydney

Mum Shirl – Sacred Trust of Memory Exhibition, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative


The Great Australian Amnesia– Coventry Gallery, Sydney (Solo)

Claiming Title: Contemporary Australian Aboriginal Art and the Land, New State University

of New York, New Paltz, USA

Bolwarra to Open the Eyes, Museum of Sydney

Annual Members Exhibition – Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative


My Life as a Fish, Coventry Gallery, Sydney (Solo)

Birth Rights, Armidale Cultural Keeping Place (Solo)

Significant Others: Creative Liaisons in Australian Art, SH Erwin Gallery

RAKA Award, Ian Potter Gallery, Melbourne University

White Man Can't Dance, Annual Members Exhibition, Boomalli Group Show in conjunction

with Bangarra Dance Company, The Wharf, Sydney

Raiki Wara, Longcloth from Aboriginal Australia, Fabric Exhibition, National Gallery of


Culture Through Stories – Dromkeen Children's Literature Centre & touring


Ngaramang Bayumi Bloodline, Concept Design, Powerhouse Museum 1997-1999

Traditions in Transition: The Art of Aboriginal Australia, Tremaine Gallery, USA

Annual Australian Children's Picture Storybooks, Customs House Gallery, Victoria

Aboriginal Artists for Amnesty International, Hogarth Gallery, Sydney

King of the Accordion -Touring Exhibition , NERAM

Not So Short List – Minah, Books Illustrated, Melbourne

1996 A Test of the Heart (with Sally Morgan) – Hogarth Gallery, Sydney

Australia Through Her Picture Books, Dromkeen Collection

Heaven on a String Touring Exhibition – Robb Street Gallery

Customs and Rituals – Minah, Dromkeen Children's Literature Centre

Non-fiction Books – The Whaler, Dromkeen Children's Literature Centre

Through a Jarjum's Eyes, Grafton Regional Gallery and Touring NSW

Native Titled Now, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, Adelaide

Coventry Diary Show, Coventry Gallery, Sydney, NSW Australia

Copyright: Aboriginal Art in the Age of Reproductive Technologies, NSWAG and touring Australia


Australian Art 1940 90 from the collection of the National Gallery of Australia, The Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu, Japan

Australia Through Her Picture Books, Dromkeen Travelling Exhibition, Victoria

Women's Views – Art Science and the Environment, Australian Museum, Sydney

Active Agents, First Draft Gallery, Sydney

Print Award – Fremantle, Western Australia


The Evolving Dreamtime–Richard Kelton Foundation, touring:

· Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena, California

· Pace University Gallery, Pleasantville, New York

· Roland Gibson Gallery, State University of New York, Potsdam

· Ben Shahn Galleries, William Paterson College, Wayne, New Jersey USA

· Dalhousie Gallery, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Paintings on Paper, Coventry Gallery, Sydney (solo)

Fifty/50, New England Regional Art Museum, Armidale NSW

Epama epam! Everything Has Memory, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria , Canada

Ways of Seeing, Westpac Gallery-Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne

Stradbroke Dreamtime, Fremantle Children's Literature Centre, Adelaide

Diary Show, Coventry Gallery, Sydney NSW

Family Tradition and Diversity, National Museum of Indonesia, Jakarta

Sensual Landscapes, Shirley Fiterman Gallery, City University of New York, USA

The Urban Aboriginal, Australian Embassy, New York

Positive Artists addressing AIDS, Campbelltown City Art Gallery

Urban Focus, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Focus – 100th Centenary of Suffrage and Women’s Vote, Adelaide Central Gallery


Jan Weiss Gallery, New York USA – The Urban Aboriginal,

Toi Te Ao, Aotearoa World Celebration of Indigenous Art and History Te Taumata Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand

Recalling Times Four, Bare Gallery, Sydney

Stradbroke Dreamtime by Oodgeroo, Framed Gallery, Darwin – (Solo)

Future Directions, Recent and future acquisitions to Aboriginal collections, NSW Art Gallery

Conrad Jupiter Art Award Acquisition Exhibition, Gold Coast City Art Gallery

Annual Exhibition of illustrations from contemporary children's books, Customs House Gallery, Victoria

Moonblood, Artspace, Sydney

Sayin' Something-Aboriginal Art in NSW, Boomalli Aboriginal Artist Co-operative, Sydney

Wiyana Perisfera (Periphery), 9th Biennale of Sydney, Performance Space, Sydney


Journey in Colour, Craftspace Gallery, Sydney Boomalli Aboriginal Artist Co-op (Solo)

Group Exhibition with Sonja Brooke and Dorothy Galaledba

Palais des papes, Avignon France –Gallery 101, Melbourne VIC – NAIDOC Week '92

Exhibition of Contemporary Aboriginal Art,C.A.V.

Through a Window, Gallery Gabrielle Pizzi, Melbourne VIC, (Solo)

Cultural Exchange Exhibition with Banduk Marika, La Recoleta Cultural Centre, BuenosAires, Argentina


End of Year Members Exhibition, Boomalli Aboriginal Artist Co-operative, Sydney

Der 5 Markt der Völker, Australian Aboriginality Museum für Völkerkunde, Hamberg. Germany

Australian Aboriginality, International Galerie Raum und Kunst, Hamberg Germany

Flash Pictures by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Artists, National Gallery of Australia, ACT &Touring Australia in 1993/94

Through Women’s Eyes, Touring Exhibition, Australia – curated by ATSIC

Two Australian Artists: Sally Morgan and Bronwyn Bancroft – Prints, Warrnambool Art Gallery, VIC

Some Aboriginal Women, Coo-Ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, Sydney

Aboriginal Artists Speak, Australian Museum, Sydney

Aboriginal Women’s Exhibition, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney

Seven City Women, Caulfield Arts Complex, VIC – curated by C.A.V.

Paintings by Sally Morgan and Bronwyn Bancroft, Australian Girls Own Gallery, Canberra

Contemporary Urban Aboriginal Artists featuring Bronwyn Bancroft, Coo-Ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, Sydney


Australian Fashion: The Contemporary Art, Marimura Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan

Lineage Landscapes, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney (Solo)

Recollected, Works Gallery, University of NSW

More than Meets the Eye, National Museum of Australia, Canberra

One Country – Two Views with Jimmy Pike, Aboriginal Artist Gallery, Sydney

Exhibition of Fabrics, Australian International Independent School, Sydney

Aboriginal Textile Art, Lindsay Street Gallery, Darwin

Contemporary and Traditional Aboriginal Art, Long Gallery, Wollongong University, NSW

Contemporary Aboriginal Art 1990 from Australia, Third Eye Centre, Glasgow, Scotland and touring to Glynn Vivian Art Gallery & Museum, Swansea and Cornerhouse Gallery,

Manchester, England

The Fabric of Australian Society, Melbourne Meat Market Craft Centre –touring Tokyo and regional galleries of Victoria and South Australia in 1991

Aboriginality, Coo-Ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, Sydney


Boomalli Breaking Boundaries, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney

DAA Sydney Women's Exhibition, Centrepoint, Sydney NSW

Paintings, Coo-Ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, Sydney (Solo)

Women's Show, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, Sydney

NAIDOC Week Exhibition, Wellington AECG, NSW

Heidelberg and Heritage, Wilderness Society, Melbourne

Exhibition of Boomalli Artists, Belvoir Street Theatre, Sydney NSW

Aboriginal Women, Craft Centre Gallery, Sydney

Australian Perspecta – A Koori Perspective, Artspace, Sydney & touring New South Wales, Victoria & South Australia regional galleries 1991

Fabrics, Victoria and Albert Museum, London curated by Powerhouse Museum Sydney


ANCAAA/Boomalli Exhibition, Boomalli Aboriginal Artist Co-operative, Sydney

1987 Boomalli Exhibition, Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney

De Facto Apartheid, Performance Space, Sydney

Aqueous Humour, Studio 71, Canberra ACT

1980 Graduate Diploma Exhibition, Canberra School of Art, ACT

1979 Diploma Exhibition, Canberra School of Art, ACT


2015 Illustration – School Magazine Issue 2

2009 – 2014 Illustrations and strategy – Smoke Check, Department of Health NSW


Illustration – School Magazine Issue 3

Illustration – School Magazine Issue 4

llustration – School Magazine Issue 6

llustration – School Magazine Issue 7

llustration – School Magazine Issue 8

Native Title Tribunal, Shared Country, Shared Future, Painting and reproduction commission

Use of illustrations from Kangaroo and Crocodile for glass panels in children's ward at Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney.

Bike Shelter Artwork, Transport for NSW

Logo Artwork, Ninox Clinic, Rosebud West, Victoria

RAP Artwork, Commonwealth Bank


Poster series design, SDN Children’s Services

Design – Hoodie, AIME and Bonds

Bush Tukka Field Guide, Hardie Grant Explore

Light Rail Extension Project, Transport for NSW

Design – Australian Tapestry Workshop


Public artwork for atrium lift shaft, Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney

Design series – Aboriginal Mothers, Babies and Children, Health Education Training  institute, Orange

Public art design for soft fall play area, Schools Capital Works, Canberra

Artwork development – Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Storybook Project, Family Planning Queensland


Adult program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People artwork development –

Seasons of Healing, Good Grief, NSW

Strategy illustrations – Get Healthy, Cultural Partners Australia, NSW

Logo and design commission (building communities to end poverty) – Gawad Kalinga Australia

Public artwork (7 glass panels) – Weavings of Light and Life, Leichhardt Park Aquatic Centre

Handbook cover illustration – AIME

Strategy Design Imagery – Respect the Difference, Indigenous campaign, NSW Health


Public artwork for ‘Art and About’ – Sydney Statues Project 2010, City of Sydney

Box Art– Buzz, Group Publishing Inc. Canada

Strategy illustration – Aboriginal Chronic Pain Program, NSW Health

Strategy illustration – Quit for New Life Campaign, NSW Health

Banners and associated print material – NAIDOC, City of Sydney

Logo – Aboriginal Education Council

Brochure – AIME Handbook

King Edward statue project – Art and About campaign, City of Sydney

Star Court banners project – Art and About campaign, City of Sydney

Professional Profile of Bronwyn Bancroft Page 13


Illustration – Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience handbook

Illustration – Smoke Free Campaign, NSW Health

Illustration – Sam’s Journey Children’s Book, Little Hare Books

Illustration – Why I love Australia Children’s Book, Little Hare Books

Logo – Roberta Sykes Foundation Indigenous Scholarships Campaign

Illustration – Reconciliation campaign for City of Canada Bay, Canada Brochure – AIME Handbook

Logo design – Roberta Sykes, Indigenous Education Foundation

Poster series artwork – Indigenous Communications, FAHCSIA

Booklet – Sexual Abuse Hotline Booklet, People with Disabilities, ATSI

Artwork – Indigenous programs, Faculty of Nursing, University of Sydney


Imagery – Barefoot Rugby League Show, NITV

Imagery – NSW Indigenous Marketing Program, Cancer Institute

Mural – Inaugural Dream Team Match, NSW Rugby League

Book illustration – Ready to Dream, Bloomsbury USA, written by Donna Jo Naloli and Elena Furrow

Public artwork (20m glass panel set in building) – featured artist, Auburn Hospital, Sydney (opened May)

Mural – Rainbow Serpent, Inaugural Aboriginal Games, National Rugby League

Brochure illustrations – Hotline, People with Disabilities

Illustration – Breast and Cervical Cancer, NSW Health

Banners and associated print material – NAIDOC, City of Sydney

Logo – Aboriginal Education Council

Front cover illustration – Explore Australia Publications

Cover illustration – University of Sydney, Institute of Teaching & Learning

Painting reproduction – Australian Literature in the Global World, ASAL Conference, Wollongong University

Illustration – Dolrey Kindersley Ltd Publications, London

Public art mural – Marrickville Public High School

Reproduction painting – Mother’s Love, National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women’s Gathering

Artwork for Diversity Kit and Posters – Prince of Wales Hospital, South Eastern Sydney and Illawarra Health Services

2007 Reproduction – Lest We Forget, Macquarie University Publication (ISBN: N/A)

Reproduction digital licences – My Land Escape, Koori Creation, Lizard Land and Life

Created Life Begins, National Gallery of Australia

Calendar – Rhythm of Life, Indigenous Communications Publisher

Reproduction – You Don’t Even Look Aboriginal, Harcourt Education Publication


Public artwork – Hugo Street, Redfern Sydney

Artwork – The Real World, television series (painting hung in House Reality Show USA)

Illustration – Blast Off: Summer Treasure, Tidalick School Magazine

Illustration – Guide Dogs Victoria for International Guide Dogs Week (donated)

Logo – Home Care, Dept of Ageing, Disability & Home Care

Reproduction – Australian Greeting Cards

Concept design – Healing image for implementation in healing, Prince of Wales Hospital, Diversity Unit, Sydney

Illustrations – School Magazine, Tidalick

Book illustration – Malu the Kangaroo, Little Hare Books

Cover illustration – Indigenous Directions, Ministerial Council of Education, Employment, Training & Youth Affairs (MCEETYA)

Artwork for cards – Totem Tree, Australian Greeting Charity Cards

Concept design – Art and About in Sydney, City of Sydney

Concept design – Flower Bed for Living Colour, City of Sydney

Mural concept and workshop artist – SCEGGS Darlinghurst, Sydney

Art reproduction – Living Colour, City of Sydney

Banner – City of Sydney, NAIDOC Week

Image reproduction – Art and About in Sydney

Writing – Speaking from the Heart (collection of indigenous writing), Fremantle Art Centre


Catalogue – Euraba Dreaming: Our Stories, Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative

Catalogue writing – Walk With Me, essay for Euraba artists of the Boomalli Exhibition (Aunty May Hinch, Aunty Joy Duncan)

Artwork – Nandos Australia, in collaboration with Capetown artists, South Africa

Public artwork – City of Sydney

Logo – Marrickville Aboriginal Consultative Committee

Banners – NAIDOC, City of Sydney

2005 Illustrations – The Outback by Annaliese Porter, Magabala Books WA

Illustrations – Patterns of Australia, Little Hare Publishers, Sydney

Logo – Aboriginal Policy & Strategy, NSW Dept of Ageing, Disability & Home Care

Logo – Aboriginal Home Care, NSW Dept of Ageing, Disability & Home Care

Copyright Education Kit – Viscopy

Publication – My Land Escape, National Gallery of Australia

Publication – My Woman, My Country, Office of Protocol & Special Events

Publication – Black Sister Family, Office of Protocol & Special Events

Publication – You Don't Even Look Aboriginal, Office of Protocol & Special Events

Publication – Lineage Landscape, Sir Hermann Black Gallery

Publication – Returning, AIATSIS Aboriginal Studies Press

2004 Public artwork – Robyn Webster Complex, Tempe Reserve, Marrickville Council

Collaborative prints – Nelson Mandela, Touch of Mandela Gallery

Floral design – Living City, City of Sydney

Publication – 2001, Home by Larissa Behrendt, University of Queensland Press

Book illustration – ABC of Animals, Little Hare Publishers

Paintings – Yugilbar Station, Ballieu Myer

Illustrations – Anti-Smoking Strategy, NSW Public Health

Poster and related illustrative visual for Anti-Tobacco Strategy, NSW Public HealthImage development – NSW Midwives Assn

Publication – Visual Arts Book featuring artist case study, Anne Bamford, published byHeinemann Publishers

2003 – 2004 Illustrations – The Whalers, Korean translation, Daeko Ltd

Illustrations – How Fish Were Made; How Birds Got Their Colours, Nelson ThompsonLearning

2003 Book – The Whalers, school magazine reproduction, Department of Education

Book illustration – What We Count, Indij Readers, Catholic Education

Big Rain Coming, reproduced for language translation, Maningrida Language Centre NT

Book illustration – To Know, Worship and Love, Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne, James Gould House Publications

Sun Mother Wakes Up The World, Harper Collins USA, retold by Dianne Wolkstein

Fundraising – Sydney Children's Hospital Foundation (painting)

Football painting – Sydney Swans Scholarship

Human Justice Report, Native Title Report, Human Rights and Equal OpportunityCommission

Painting reproduction – 10th Anniversary Jeans for Genes Day, Cathy Freeman's jeanspainted

Front cover reproduction – Towards Social Justice, Larissa Behrendt

Concept, development and reproduction – Wanda Woman, vaccinations program andawareness

T-shirt design – Women's Republican Movement

Image reproduction – Serpent Emerges, Performing Arts Unit, Department of Education & Training

Book reproduction – Apheda – Spirit Land (Aboriginal Health)

2002 Book reproduction – My Life as a Fish series: Caught by the Surf, NSW Fisheries Discussion Paper

Book reproduction – Bloodline Opal, NSW Fisheries Discussion Paper

Book reproduction – One Small Family, Skettos Marketing Communications, NSW Fisheries Discussion Paper

Book reproduction – You Don't Even Look Aboriginal, Linking the Basic Skills Tests to the Curriculum

Catalogue reproduction – Caretaker Custodians, Not Landowners, Regional Galleries

Association of Queensland, Native Title Business

Map illustration – Indigenous Education, Australian Museum

Artwork reproduction – Serpent Emerging, Sydney Swans V/Essendon (May)

Image reproduction – Let's Start Part 1 (educational material) Council for Christian Education in Schools

Website – Cycle of Life (K6 Section, Aboriginal Perspectives), Board of Education

Book illustration – Then and Now, Archdiocese of Canberra, Catholic Education Office

Illustration – Indigenous Youth Project Report, Australia Museum publication

Painting reproduction for New Bachelor of Nursing (Indigenous Australian Health), University of Sydney, Faculty of Nursing

Conference presentation – ATSIC National Policy Conference, Canberra (March)

Brochure & logo – Indigenous Bachelor of Nursing Degree, Sydney University

Concept design - Wanda Woman, Indigenous Vaccination Program

Logo, 2nd National Indigenous Youth Dance Forum, National Aboriginal Dance CouncilAustralia

2000 – 2002 Corporate cards, Amnesty International

2001 Image development & reproduction – Aboriginal Vascular Health, NSW Health

Concept design – Centenary of Federation Parade, Sydney

Calendar – Queensland Arts Council

Front cover reproduction – Margaret Maynard

Aboriginal Voices, Curriculum Unit, NSW Board of Studies

Conference imagery – National Dance Council Conference, Cairns

Conference imagery – Stolen Generations/Human Rights & Equal Opportunity

Video & painting reproduction – VI Pacific Schools Games Opening Ceremony

2000 Publication – Journal of Design History, Design History Society, Margaret Maynard

Children's book reproduction – Big Rain, ABC Play School

Painting reproduction, Business Studies, Anne Fitzsimmons NSW University

Front cover reproduction – New Holland Press

Cover illustration – Two Hands Together, Di Kidd

Cover illustration audio tapes – Louis Braille Dust Jackets, Roberta Sykes Snake Cradle

Image reproduction – Journal of Design History, UK magazine

Opening Ceremony – Serpent Emerges, 6th Pacific School Games

Contemporary Indigenous Communication Audio Visual – Bayagul Powerhouse Museum

CD cover – Culture, Triple J/ABC

Sports Illustrated Souvenir Olympic Program

Children's Series, Macmillan Education Australia

Xmas card – Macquarie University

1999 United Print Edition – Invitro-fertilisation Conference

IBM America – Promotional Olympic Imagery for 2000 Olympics

1998 Art catalogue – Cosmology, City of Walcha

3 paintings – Australian Museum Touring Through Asia, Dept of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Front cover – Indigenous Australian Voices: A Reader, Rutgers University Press

Feminist Fatale: Jan Bowen (artist participant) – HarperCollins Publishers

Work Cover ATSI Employment and Development Strategy

Public Art Program, Intensive Care Unit, Sydney Children's Hospital

1997 Reproduction – Australian Imaginings, Hodder Headline Australia

Cover reproduction – Southerly, Autumn/Winter, English Dept, University of Sydney

Cover reproduction – Indigenous Law Bulletin, February

Cover image – Aboriginal Law Reporter, 4 issues

Cover image – WorkCover, Aboriginal Programs

Concept design – Exhibition Ngaramang Bayumi – Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

Xmas card – Amnesty International

Publication – Artists and Their Work, Pan McMillian

Front cover – Snake Cradle, Dr Robert Sykes autobiography, Allen & Unwin

Book illustrations – Dan's Grandpa written by Sally Morgan

Book illustrations – Just a Little Brown Dog written by Sally Morgan

Book illustrations – In Your Dreams written by Sally Morgan

Poster painting – IVF 1999 Conference

Touring arts directory & poster – Queensland Arts Council

Poster – 11th International Conference on AIDS, Vancouver

Hand-painted Sally Morgan's jeans – Jeans for Genes Auction, Powerhouse Museum

1996 Mask auction – Faces of Hope, Amnesty International

Magazine – Southerly December issue – English Dept, Sydney University

Cover – New Australian Society for HIV Medicine (medical journal)

Front cover – Talkabout, People living with HIV and AIDS, May edition

Jeans painting – Jeans for Genes, Christine Anu's jeans for gene research

Front cover – Jackie French (Harper and Collins)

1995 – 1996 Jeans painting – Jeans for Genes, Painted Cathy Freeman's jeans

1995 Painting reproduction – Australian Securities Commission

Painting reproduction – Amnesty International

Painting reproduction – Canon Australia

Painting reproduction – Management Certificate Program, Queensland University ofTechnology

Poster – Aboriginal Employment Strategy, Dept of Employment, Education and Training

Bookmark – Primary English Teaching Association

Book illustration – Minah, Story by Percy Mumbulla. Published by HarperCollins

Book illustration – The Whalers, Story by Percy Mumbulla. Published by HarperCollins

Book illustration – Dirrangun Bundjalung story by Lucy Daley. Published by HarperCollins

Painting – Mask, Amnesty International

Banner – Human Rights Commission – 10th Anniversary Sex Discrimination Act

6m painting & fabric sculpture – Our Place Gallery – The Australian Museum (PermanentCollection), Sydney NSW

Logo and poster – Idea Congress, 2nd World Congress of Drama/Theatre and Education,Brisbane

Logo for recruitment – Aboriginal Employment Strategy, Water Board, Sydney NSW

Letterhead design – Community Aid Abroad, Adelaide SA

T-shirt design – Amnesty International, Sydney NSW

Painting reproduction – Journey in Colour, American Psychologist, March Edition

Painting – Calendar – Community Aid Abroad, Adelaide SA

Reproduction cover painting – Antipodes, American Association of Australian LiteraryStudies Journal

Video cover & booklet – Rebuilding Our Future, Northern Rivers Development

1993 Character & costume designs – Shark Island Stories, Sydney Festival and Carnivale

Banner – NSW Teachers Federation in partnership with Indigenous Peoples

Cover painting – Black in Focus, a guide to Aboriginality in literature for young people by Margaret Dunkle, publ. DW Thorpe

Illustrations – You Have the Power, by Archie Roach, publ. HarperCollins

Painting reproduced on greeting cards – Murundoo WA

T-shirt designs – X-Postures, Marrickville NSW

Painting reproduced on greeting cards and 1994 Student Information Guide – University of Technology, Sydney

Painting – Community Aid Abroad – 1994 Calendar

Cover – Marrickville Council Annual Report

Painting – Respect, Good Weekend – Aboriginal Reconciliation, 21 August

Illustration – Mabo, Financial Review

Cover illustration and text motif – Working with Aboriginal Families Redfern Legal Centre


Series of 4 paintings – Aim Towards One Workforce, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island

Employment and Training Strategy, DEET

Poster painting, costume design & ground design – Australian Football League Grand Final

Booklet & folder cover design – Strengthening the Partnership Dept of Social Security

Poster border design – Employment Strategy, Attorney General's Dept

Painting – Australian Taxation Office

Ground painting – Newtown School of Performing Arts

Book illustration – Stradbroke Dreamtime by Oodgeroo Nunukul, published byHarperCollins Publishers, Australia

1992 Mural design (painted by children) – Amnesty International – Devonshire Tunnel, Sydney

Book illustration – Walking the Boundaries by Jackie French, published by Angus &Robertson, Bay Books

Illustration – Street Sense Road Safety Calendar – RTA

Painting – Brochure First Government House Museum

Illustrations – Pregnancy and Drugs Booklet – CEIDA

Logo design – Dance and the Child Conference 1994 – UNESCO and Macquarie University

Cover painting – Fauna of Australia – Mollusca, Australian Government Publishing Service

Illustration – Spirit Magazine, Poll Publishing, June

Illustration – Rolling Stone Magazine, June

Poster – Aboriginal Education Consultative Group, NAIDOC Week

Logo design – Aboriginal Employment Strategy, Water Board

T-shirt design – Amnesty International

Paintings for posters – 1st National Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Conference

1991 Design for computer screen – ABSTUDY Information by Film Australia and DEET

Logo – The Rainbow Serpent – Sydney International Airport

Illustrations – U Me and HIV Booklet, Aboriginal Medical Service, Redfern NSW

Illustration – Street Sense Road Safety Calendar – Road and Traffic Authority

Logo – 1st National Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Conference

Book illustration – The Fat and Juicy Place by Dianne Kidd, published by Angus & Robertson Collins

Illustration – Simply Living Magazine, Christmas Issue

Logo – NSW Dept of Sport and Recreation

Cover design – Teacher Planner 1992, Roads and Traffic Authority

Painting reproduced – Australian Aerospace Industry Capability Brochure, cover

Illustration – Simply Living Magazine, May

Greeting card illustration – Amnesty International

1990 Cover illustration – The Health of Aboriginal Australia, published by HBJ Group

Cover illustration – Eastern Herald, 6 September

Illustrations – Independent Monthly, August & September

Logo National Aboriginal Conference – Aboriginal Spirituality Past, Present and Future

Painting reproduced – Annual Report, University of Sydney Union

1989 Logo design – Southern Pacific Hotel

Cover design – NSW Craft Council Magazine, April/May

Cover design – Aboriginal Law Bulletin, October

Cover design – Annual Report, NSW Land Council

Painting reproduced – Capability Brochure, Pot Still Press

Co-Designer – Black Cockatoos, Belvoir Street Theatre, Sydney NSW

Designs for scarves – Oroton International

Fabric lengths – Australian National Gallery

1988 Hand-painted ensemble – Australian Museum

Cover design On the Street, December

1987 Hand-painted garments – National Museum of Australia

1986 Poster – Australian Jazz Society

1983 Uniforms – Aboriginal Medical Service, Townsville QLD

1979 Poster – Human Rights Commission

Fashion Parades

1991 ATSIC Parade, Canberra ACT

1990 The Best of Australia Ball, Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW

1989 The Rocks, Sydney NSW

Centrepoint, Sydney NSW – Sydney Women's Exhibition

Anyingini Congress, Tennent Creek NT – NAIDOC Week

Charles Sturt University, Bathurst NSW – NAIDOC Week

Taree High School, NSW – NAIDOC Week

1988 Kyogle – NAIDOC Parade

Armidale Minimbah Preschool, NSW – NAIDOC Week

Roundhouse, University of NSW – Miss Aboriginal Pageant

1987 Printemps Dept Store, Paris France

Cleveland Street High School, Sydney NSW

Birchgrove Primary School, Sydney NSW

Worawa Aboriginal College, Melbourne VIC

Queen Victoria Building, Sydney NSW

Canberra ACT – NAIDOC Parade

Institute of Technology, Sydney NSW

1986 Worawa Aboriginal College, Melbourne VIC

Palais, Melbourne VIC – Any Town Fashion Extravaganza

The Coffee Bean, Rozelle, Sydney NSW

Rozelle Festival, Sydney NSW

1985 Roundhouse, University of NSW – Aboriginal Medical Service Parade

1982 Canberra Bowling Club


2014 Featured artist – Indigenous Law Bulletin (March 2014)

Acquisition of illustrations – The Amazing A-Z Thing, State Library of Victoria

2013 Acquisition of illustration – Remembering Lionsville, State Library of NSW

2011 Acquisition of illustration – Possum & Wattle, State Library of Western Australia

Acquisition of painting– Weaving of Light 2009, National Gallery of Australia

2008 Radio interview (board representative) – Strength of Women exhibition, 2SER

Radio interview – Workshops, Northern NSW, ABC Radio

Illustration Acquisition – Possum and Wattle, Gallery of Western Australia

2005 Channel 7 – painting of horse donated to Father Chris Riley

BBC radio interview with Phil Mercer & Juleye Boomalli on Aboriginal women and art

2004 Message Sticks: Strokes of Colour, Series 5, Episode 12, ABC Television

Article – Sunday Telegraph, 16 May

2003 Documentary interview with Jeffrey Samuels, Sydney College of the Fine Arts

Lifeforce, Episode 7 on art and life issues, Lifestyle Channel XYZ Entertainment (producers)

Book – Steppin' Up and Speakin' Out, Older Women's Network.

Survival: A History of Aboriginal Life in NSW, NSW Dept of Aboriginal Affairs Professional Profile of Bronwyn Bancroft Page 20

2001 Education Kit – As Told In Our Dreams, Dromkeen Australia Children's Literature

Video – Federation Day: Journey of a Nation, ABC

Publication – Highlights from Australia's Aboriginal Art Collections in Public Museums andGalleries, Craftsman House

Community Television Channel 31 Perth, featuring Dan's Grandpa, Just a Little Brown Dog and In Your Dreams

Reconciliation in Olympism, Indigenous Culture in the Sydney Olympiad, Michelle Hanna, Walla Walla Press

2000 Handbook Reproduction – Art Gallery of New South Wales

English Language and Literary Assessment, Dept of Education, NSW (artwork reproduced) Article written by Bronwyn Bancroft in collaboration with Ken Watson on Boomalli, Artlink

1999 Television Documentary – Mum's the Word, SBS

1998 Article – Art and Australia, December Issue, Emily Kame Kngwarreye (written by Bronwyn Bancroft)

1997 Aboriginal Art by Alex Barlow & Mary Hill, Macmillan Education Australia (participating artist)

Indigenous Australia: A Reader, Dept of Women's Studies, University of Adelaide, Rutgers,

University Press (participating artist)

Newsletter – Art Beat, Dept of Communications and the Arts

Article – Reading Time Magazine

Interview – Awaye Program – Copyright and Plagiarism Issues with Lorena Allen

Interview – ABC Television – Sunday Afternoon Dialogue with Suzy Baldwin

Interview/Review – Channel 7 specialist children's show – The Book Place

1996 Interview – Arts Today, ABC Radio

Interview by Nikky Barraclough – Good Weekend, Sydney Morning Herald

3rd National Conference Panellist – Voices of Australia, Children's Book Council of Australia

Interview Review Program – ABC Television

Eyes on Australia: Talking Art and Culture by Donald Williams, Aboriginal Studies Visual Arts Kit – Board of Studies NSW

CD ROM – Know How: Guide to innovation in Australia, Powerhouse Museum

1995 Publication – Art in Diversity 2E, by Hoffert, Wingate et al, Longman Australia

Publication – Cambridge Encyclopaedia of Australia (Contemporary Aboriginal Art)

Publication – Dromkeen Book of Australian Children's Book – Illustrators, Scholastic

Publication – From Suffragettes to She Devils, Phaidon Press, author Liz McQuiston

Copyright Catalogue – Aboriginal Art in the Age of Reproductive Technologies, printed byMacquarie University Press

Koori Artists – CD/Museum in a Box, Australian Museum, Sydney NSW

1994 Contributor – Aesthetic Encounter, School of Visual and Performing Arts Education,

University of Melbourne VIC

Book Launch – Yiribana, NSWAG, Sydney NSW

ABC ZNR Radio Interview – Yvette Steiner Regional Arts Program

Article – Learning to Understand, Artlink, November edition

Interview Nell Schofield – Review, ABC Arts Program

Interview – Carpet Case, SBS Television, Sydney NSW

Barrier Breakers, ed. RG Craven, J Muller – available through University of New South

Wales, Rhonda Craven

1993 The Dromkeen Collection of Australia Children's Literature Education programs

Ideas to Innovations for high school design and technology syllabus – CD-ROM,

Powerhouse Museum of Sydney

Copyright Report Vol. Australian Copyright Council Paper from Copyright Law and Practice Symposium, October

Catalogue – The Urban Aboriginal, Jan Weiss Gallery, November 1993 to January 1994

Professional Profile of Bronwyn Bancroft Page 21

Catalogue – Moonblood, Airspace Gallery, ARC

Article – Sydney Morning Herald – A Koori Journey for Kids by John Stapleton, 17 March

Catalogue – Wiyana/Perisfera (Periphery), Performance Space Sydney, Boomalli

Aboriginal Artists Co-operative, 6 - 31 January

Critique – Sydney Morning Herald – The Inner Mind Laid Bare by Felicity Fenner, Wiyana/ Perisfera, 23 January

Cover Photograph – Koori Mail, 14 July

Teaching Resource – Understanding Design, Board of Studies NSW

Article – Koori Mail – Artist of the Cloth, 5 May

Critique Cover Magazine USA Summer 93 Vol. 7 No. 9 – Talismanic Confrontations by Adam McGovern re The Urban Aboriginal exhibition New York

Aboriginal Art by Wally Caruana – Thomas & Hudson Publishers

Visual Arts Handbook, NSW Dept of Education

University of Western Sydney, Nepean Women's Art Resource slide library

Breath of Balsam, Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney – Paper `Surrealism as an accident; culture as a necessity; sexuality as a must', 31 July

Interview – ABC Radio National – Awaye, 22 November

Footprints, Council for National Reconciliation – 2 Short Films Channel 9

Interview – Blackout, ABC TV

Interview – Real Life, Channel 7

1992 Crafts Movement in Australia – A History, University of NSW Press (contributor)

Aboriginal Art in Australian Society, video series produced by University of Sydney Television Service

A Cultural Policy for Australia Paper – Arts Action Australia – Forum, 28 July 1992

White Australia Not So Clever re `A Cultural Policy for Australia' Forum – Broadside Weekly – No. 8, 5 August

Rip-off Artists by Nikki Barrowclough – The Good Weekend, 8 August

Boomalli Launches Journey in Colour, The Koori Mail, 16 December

Connexions, First National Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Conference, March/April, Vol. 12, No. 2

Critique – Sydney Morning Herald – Show Bares Artists – Metaphysical Quest by Bronwyn Watson re Journey in Colour Exhibition, 6 December

Stylised Eloquent Australian Artists, Buenos Aires Herald, 28 June

The Copyright Issue, Macquarie University SOC 388 course publication – Dr Viv Johnson and third year Sociology students

1991 Critique – Women Grab the Initiative, Sydney Morning Herald, 9 November 1991

Article – Koori Kopyright by Susan Cochrane Simons Sydney Morning Herald, 1December

Critique – Personal Symbols Inspired by Nature by Amanda Ulhmann – The Canberra Times, 1 August

Interview – Blackout, ABC TV, 31 January

Critique – Koorie Artists Show Heritage in Colours and Around the Galleries with Max

Preece – The Standard, 9 September

Catalogue – Two Australian Artists: Bronwyn Bancroft and Sally Morgan, Warrnambool Art Gallery, 9 September to 13 October

Interview – Blackout, ABC TV, 31 January

1990 Catalogue – A Koori Perspective Tour, Artspace Visual Art Centre

Article – University of Sydney vol. 22, no. 26 – $62,000 grant to make five part Aboriginal Art video, 14 August

Article – Sydney Morning Herald – Aboriginal Art Course Breaks New Territory

Catalogue – Lineage Landscapes, Boomalli Aboriginal Artist Co-operative, 2 July to 28 July

Catalogue – The Fabric of Australia Society presented by Melbourne Olympic Candidature

Critique – Sydney Morning Herald – Urban Aboriginal Art Breaks Out by Bronwyn Watson re Lineage Landscapes Exhibition, 6 July

The Makers Series, ABC TV (featured artist)

Artlink Magazine, Autumn Issue (featured artist)

Interview with Roz Bowden – Radio ABC National, 20 October

Interview with Andrew Ollie – Radio 2BL, 30 October

Interview with Jennifer Bowen – BBC Radio – The Meridian Program on Aboriginal Artists

Marketing Aboriginal Art in the 1990's, edited by John Altman and Luke Taylor, Aboriginal Studies Press Contributor

1989 Critique – Eastern Herald, Non-traditional Colours Highlight Bancroft's Work by Carole Hampshire, 26 October

Catalogue – Aboriginal Women’s Show, Boomalli Aboriginal Artist Co-operative, 21 September to 25 October

Catalogue – Australian Perspecta 1989, Bloxham & Chambers Printers

Catalogue – Australian Fashion: the Contemporary Art, Powerhouse Museum Sydney

Aboriginal Initiative, Film Australia – Interview

Interview – Fresco, SBS TV – Australia: the Art of Contemporary Dress

Fashion Article – Women’s Day, 6 June

Interview – Till 10, Channel Ten

Article Sydney Magazine

First in Line – SBS TV – Contemporary Queensland Artists exhibition opening, Hogarth Galleries

Interview – Radio 2SER – Boomalli Women's Show

Aboriginality: Contemporary Aboriginal Paintings and Prints, Jennifer Isaacs, Queensland University Press (featured artist)

Interview with Jenny Beale – Radio 2EA – 1st Solo Exhibition of Paintings

Article – On Design, Piper Press No. 1

1988 Interview with Brenda Croft, Practicalities, ABC Radio

1987 Boomalli, film by Michael Riley (participating artist)

1986 Koori Kit, Video Disadvantaged Schools Program (participating artist)