Curriculum Vitae


Woodward is a post disciplinary artist; she delights in sharing her rare and particular perspective. Having always created art, but with diverse work and academic background there is a burden of knowledge and experience that come through in her work.

EXHIBITIONS

2019

What Life is This if Full of Care We Have No Time To Stand And Stare. Solo show at Chrissie Cotter Gallery

Place and Image, Shine forth upon our clouded hills?, Articulate Project Space

Glassroom Project In_Situ, Continues, National Art School

Ferment, the sun dissolves on this wall, bleeding its lights, Articulate Project Space.

2018

Blake Prize, Shadows – hold their breath, Casula Power House.

AT8, pulse, Articulate Project Space.

Love Letters I Do, Glaucon, 541 Art Space.

Love Letters pink ribbon, Cycle, Gaffa Gallery.

Ferret, That which lies beneath may bite, Ferret, Articulate Project Space.

2017

Honours Graduation Show, The woman who mistook her life for a chair, Sydney College of the Arts.

Undergarments, Cycle, 107 Projects.

Resistance Art Week Performance Night Guernica/Callan Park, The Cellar Theatre.

2016

Horse (from Guernica), Factory 49.

Fabric, Gaffa Gallery.

Room, Sydney College of the Arts

2015

Verge Awards, I Eye and Coat, Verge Gallery

2014

Boundless Plains The Hot Air that Brings us Here, ANAC.

2001

Love, Power and Freedom. London

2000

Local Colour. London

QUALIFICATIONS


2018 Bachelor of Visual Art (First Class Honours), Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney

2007 IRCA (International Register of Certified Auditors) Qualified Auditor

2004 APMP – Association of Project Managers Practitioner

2002 First Aid at Work St Johns Ambulance/London Underground Ltd

1997 Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Political Science, Staffordshire University.

1994 Cours de Langue et Civilisation Française, Sorbonne, Paris.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY


2015-2018 Verge Gallery, University of Sydney Union.

Volunteer position. Part of the team administering and reviewing the expressions of interest to exhibit at Verge Gallery. Provided support in the creation of the gallery’s management manual, and assisted in the drafting of artist contracts.

2015 Underbelly Arts Festival.

Volunteer position. Working with the artists installing the works on Cockatoo Island

2015 Sydney Contemporaries.

Volunteer position. Comprising work with the install and VIP events

2003-2008 Project Manager, London Underground

Personally responsible for a portfolio of station modernisation projects with a value up to £80m. The public sector representative in a PPP contract. Responsible for consultation with all stakeholders both internal and external clients and third parties, managing the Infraco (contractors) and ensuring their work packages adhered to contractual obligations. Successfully ensured the standard of work delivered was to a high quality; identified strategic issues, resolved them, and escalated if required. Managed staff directly, but also had to create good working relationships, to collaborate, and to influence the project teams.

2002-2003 Lead Project Administrator London Underground

As well as general administrative duties, and personal assistant to the Director managed a team of administrators; purchased office and PPE requirements and arranged meetings, coordinating the stakeholders

2000-2002 Communications Officer, Resource: The Council for Museums, Archives and Libraries

Developed successful relationships with the press and public; produced and distributed printed and electronic media. Facilitated media strategy and provided administrative support for Communications Department.

2000 London, Co-Director of Visual Arts at Balham Festival.

Volunteer position, finding venues for local artists to exhibit, and bringing the local community and visual arts community together in a week long events programme. Included opening nights and displays in public places as well as commercial venues such as restaurants, bars and hairdressers.

1998-2000 Various long term temporary positions

Office Manager and Personal Assistant within the public sector in Westminster Council and the Insolvency Service, through an employment agency.