Ian Tully, June 2019

 

 

 

Having grown up on the family farm, Tully has long been interested in rural and regional Australia. 

As a printmaker and multi form artist his practice references memory, place, and the competing interests of society, politics and industry. 

 

Prior to his current position as director of Swan Hill Regional Art Gallery and the ACRE Project, he was Educational Manager of Visual Media Studies at Sunraysia Institute of TAFE  and lectured in printmaking for La Trobe University Mildura.

 

Tully resides in the small river town of Moulamein NSW on the banks of the Billabong Creek and Edward River.

 

 

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