ARTIST IN CONVERSATION // NIGEL MILSOM IN CONVERSATION WITH MYF WARHURST

6PM WEDNESDAY 24 AUGUST 2016 -

Join artist Nigel Milsom as he chats with TV presenter, broadcaster and writer Myf Warhurst.

ARTIST IN CONVERSATION – NIGEL MILSOM IN CONVERSATION WITH MYF WARHURST

6PM WEDNESDAY 24 AUGUST 2016

Kicking off the exhibition JUDO-HOUSE PT. 6 (THE WHITE BIRD) 2014 - 2016, The Lock-Up will host an in-conversation with TV presenter, broadcaster and writer Myf Warhurst and artist Nigel Milsom. 

Discussing the artist’s exploration with other mediums outside the artist's usual practice, Myf and Nigel will also look into the development of this exhibition and the complexities of working within the confines of The Lock-Up space.  Doors open at 6PM, in-convo will start at 6.30PM.

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ABOUT NIGEL MILSOM

Award winning artist Nigel Milsom completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts at the University of Newcastle in 1998, then postgraduate studies at the College of Fine Arts, UNSW gaining a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) in 1999 followed by Master of Fine Arts in 2002. His work features in multiple collections in Australian and overseas, notably the MCA and Art Gallery of NSW. He won the Fisher’s Ghost Open Painting Prize in 2008 and was a finalist in the 2010 and 2012 Archibald Prize. In 2012 he was the winner the Sulman Prize and winner of the Doug Moran Portrait Prize in 2013. In 2015 he won the prestigious Archibald Prize with his portrait of barrister Charles Waterstreet. Nigel currently lives and works in Newcastle NSW.

ABOUT MYF WARHURST

Myf is a TV presenter, broadcaster, journalist and writer who currently hosts a daily show on ABC digital radio station Double J. She’s probably best known for her work as team captain on the ABC TV’s music quiz show Spicks & Specks and for her ten-year stint broadcasting on Triple J. 

Myf went to Melbourne University where she studied Music (Piano major), Fine Art (theory), and topped it off by completing a Post Grad in Art Curatorial Studies.

IMAGE: Nigel Milsom, Judo House pt 6 (the white bird) 2014 – 2016 oil on linen 105 x 70cm