Richard Goodwin | Architect + Artist
Richard Goodwin has over 30 years of practice as an internationally exhibiting artist and architect. He has sustained a prolific and award winning practice provoking boundaries between art and architecture. Goodwin is a Professor at UNSW Art and Design and has been awarded several national and international grants for his research work.
Goodwin has won a number of major prizes including: The National Sculpture Award 1985, The Sculpture by the Sea Prize 2003, Helen Lempriere Award 2004, the Blackett Award for Architecture in 2004, and the Wynne Prize from the Art Gallery of NSW 2011.
His artwork is held in major collections including the Art Gallery of NSW, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Nuremburg Museum
Jim Croke | Artist
With over thirty-five years of exhibiting experience, Jim Croke has an admirable reputation and a revered presence in the Sydney sculpture scene. Croke's works have been acquired by the University of Sydney Union Collection, the UTS Union Collection, Goulburn Regional Art Gallery and Artbank, among other Australian collections.
Currently teaching at the National Art School, Sydney, and obtaining a Masters of Education in Creative Arts from the University of New South Wales (1996), Croke has always had teaching as a prominent part of his career, taking him around Australia and Europe.
Croke is represented by Brenda May Gallery, Sydney
Claire Healy | Artist
In 2002 Claire Healy began collaborating with Sean Coridero, after a decade of persuing her own practice. In 2005 Healy was awarded Australia Council residency at Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin. In 2006—2007 she was a Guest Artist at the Universität der Künste, Berlin, having been awarded the Samstag Scholarship. In 2010 she participated in the residency program at the Akiyoshidai International Artist Village, Japan. In the same year she took part in the inaugural Art Setouchi Festival, Japan.
Solo exhibitions (with Sean Cordeiro) include flatpack at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin 2006, The Paper Trail at the Art Gallery of New South Wales 2007, PREMS at La bf15, Lyon 2009, Are we there Yet? at the Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC 2011 and a survey exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney 2012. Their work has been included in numerous group exhibitions in Australia, Belgium, China, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Turkey, Taiwan, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. Healy and Cordeiro’s installation Life Span was part of the Australian representation at the 53rd Venice Biennale. Most recently, they took park in the 5th Auckland Triennale, curated by Hou Hanru.
Their works are in public collections including The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, The Art Gallery of New South Wales, Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, The Art Gallery of South Australia, The University of Queensland Art Museum and The Gallery of Modern Art Queensland.
In 2014 Healy was the recipient of the Australia Council for the Arts Fellowship.