Kyoko Imazu and Winsome Jobling – Finalists in Banyule Award for Works on Paper

Image above: Kyoko Imazu  Tall Sundew 2023  papercut

Congratulations to Kyoko Imazu and Winsome Jobling who were selected as Finalists in the Banyule Award for Works on Paper.

The Banyule Award for Works on Paper is awarded biennially to an outstanding contemporary work on paper. This is a prestigious national art prize, with the winning artwork entered into the Banyule Art Collection. This year’s theme is Nhalinggu Bagung, meaning come gather in the Woiwurrung language. Artists across Australia were invited to respond to the theme and show what Reconciliation looks like to them.

Winsome Jobling  Entangled  Dry point and ochres with stitching on handmade papers

Banyule Award for Works on Paper Exhibition
Now showing at Banyule City Council
1 Flintoff Street
Greensborough VIC
On view until 26 November 2023


Winsome Jobling – Selected for 2023 Tactile Arts Artist in Residence program

Image above: Studio image, courtesy of the artist.

We are pleased to share that Winsome Jobling has been selected for the 2023 Artist in Residence program at Tactile Arts in Darwin, Northern Territory.

Tactile Arts is a member based, not-for-profit organisation that has been showcasing and promoting makers of contemporary art and craft in the top end of the Northern Territory since 1973. Their gallery and studios are located on the grounds of the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.


Tactile Arts actively supports artists and craft practitioners at every stage of their careers by providing access to multiple platforms from which to develop skills both creatively and professionally.

The Tactile Arts Artist in Residence program is the longest running Artist in Residence program in the Northern Territory. It supports artists and artisans to develop their practice by providing a dedicated studio space, use of the gallery to mount an exhibition, plus a financial contribution towards exhibition costs. The studio space is made available for a period of three to six months and is open to the public.


Read more about the Tactile Arts Artist in Residence program.


All studio images courtesy of the artist.