Alana Hampton

Alana graduated from Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania, Hobart in 1981 with a Bachelor of Visual Arts Teaching majoring in Photography and Drawing and is currently Head of Faculty, Visual Art at St Hilda’s School on the Gold Coast. She is a photographer with an ongoing practice in drawing and new media art forms, and also an avid kayaker. Alana is a member of the Qld State Panel for Visual Art and was part of the writing team for the Qld Visual Art Syllabus. Her life long fascination with water and light finds voice in her photography and time-based artwork. She has exhibited in solo and group shows in Queensland, NSW and Tasmania.


Marian Drew

Marian Drew is a significant contemporary Australian photographic artist, with work held in numerous public and private collections, including the Getty Museum in Los Angeles, Queensland Art Gallery and National Gallery of Australia. Represented by commercial galleries in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, New York and Hong Kong, Drew is Associate Professor in Photography at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University.
After completing a Bachelor of Visual Art in 1984 at the Canberra School of Art, Drew was awarded a German Government Scholarship, and went on to further her studies in Experimental Photography at Kassel University. Winning numerous awards and commissions, she has since held 25 solo exhibitions in Australia, the United States, France and Germany and contributed to more than forty curatorial shows in Australia, China, Germany, France, United Kingdom, United States and South America. She represented Australia in the First Asia pacific Triennial 1993 and the Photography Biennale, Photoquai, Paris 2011.

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