Just this month A.Professor Wayne Quilliam completed his 170th exhibition in New York and launched a new series of work in Berlin, Germany on Indigenous womens rights.
Wayne was a finalist in the invitation only 2013 International Prix Pictet awards in Paris. Two of his artworks we selected as finalists in the Victorian Aboriginal Awards. His work was highly commended in the William Bowness Awards. This month his work featured in MindFood magazine, RM Williams magazine and a short biopic will be shown on Channel nine. In October he will run photographic art workshops in Uluru in partnership with Mutitjulu and Voyages resort.
During the 2013 – 14 periods he held solo exhibitions in Havana, Mexico City, Caracas, New York, Berlin and Los Angeles and his work featured in joint shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and featured at the United Nations, New York. In 2013 he was the featured artist at G’Day LA where his art was seen by more than 20 million people on USA television, his ‘Towindri’ exhibition in Cairo attracted critical acclaim and tours Riyadh and Beirut in 2014.
Deciphering spiritual pathways by exploring alternative dimensions of Aboriginal essence, his art reflects the evolutionary culture of his people. Wayne’s practical working knowledge of Indigenous issues throughout the country is highly valued and sought after by International corporations including Federal, State and Local government. He runs photographic workshops in remote, rural and urban communities and lectures at Universities, Secondary and Primary educational facilities in Australia and overseas.