WAFTA in Conversation with Belinda Kay

May 31, 2020
Podcasts & Conversations

This year all of our WAFTA Talks will go online. In April our very first talk was a guest interview with artist Belinda Kay.

Belinda is the Hanging by a Thread members exhibition curator and was interviewed by WAFTA Exhibition's Coordinator Pauline White.

Pauline White

Pauline has held various roles on and off the committee for a number of years.

Pauline graduated from Curtin University with BA Visual Arts, BA Fine Arts, BA Hons Visual Arts, MA Visual Arts. Since then she has been a lecturer at Curtin University in the Aboriginal Contemporary Art Course and in the BA Visual Arts Course.

She has also worked as a curator for the City of Stirling for 6 years, City of Bayswater for 2 years and in many schools and community centres. She taught at Central Tafe helping develop the Public Art course and curriculum for Aboriginal students.

Pauline collaborated with Charmaine Cole and were shortlisted for the Metrorail Esplanade Railway Station Public Art project and the Maylands foreshore Project in Perth and
coordinated 7 Public Art projects in the Perth metro area (Beechboro, Leederville Youth HQ(3), Leederville TAFE, Banks Reserve and Bardon Park.

She also worked at being artist and coordinator on many community art projects in the Perth metro area and Bathurst Island the most recent being Swan Song at the WA
museum in the Perth CBD. Pauline has been Artist-in-Residence at Karratha College, Tresillian Community Centre, Remida and many schools in the Perth CBD.

She also spent many years designing the stand for the Gascoyne region at the Perth Agricultural show. Pauline has had 4 solo exhibitions and participated in many group shows the most recent being Altered States with WAFTA and Eco Echo with Fibrant in 2017.

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