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Evie Cahir has held solo exhibitions since 2015 in Melbourne, and has been included in group exhibitions in Sydney, San Francisco, Perth and Rome. She studied a Degree in Illustration at NMIT, Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE [2013] In 2016 Evie travelled to Finland to complete a 2 month residency at Arteles Art Residency Program. She has been a finalist in Waverley Woollhara Art Prize and Greenway Art Prize. Her work as an illustrator spans clients such as SBS, VICE, City of Ballarat, W Magazine and Lucky Peach. 





Photo credits: Jessica Grilli, Jessica Webb.

Residencies

2016 Arteles Art Residency, Haméénkyro, Finland

Awards

2019, Waverley Woollhara Art Prize, finalist
2018, Greenway Art Prize, finalist
2015, Brunswick Street Gallery, Smalls Works Group Show, finalist
2014, Yen Young Australian Artist Award, finalist
2014, Brunswick Street Gallery, Smalls Works Group Show, finalist
2010, Trentham Art Show, ‘Best Young Artist’
2009, Steve Morevell Studio, ‘Best Young Artist’

Solo Exhibitions

2018, Market Fan Club, Lamington Drive Gallery, Melbourne
2017, Women Painting Big Things, No Vacancy Gallery, Melbourne
2016, A Single Tear [Self published book and exhibition], Pop Up Shop, Melbourne
2015, Soft and Raw, Rooftop Art Space, Melbourne

Workshops

2018, Birranrung Marr Signal Building, ‘Illustration Nation’ program.

Group Exhibitions

2018, ‘B-Side’, Blindside Gallery, Melbourne
2018, ‘Terra Oztralis’, Outrè Gallery, Melbourne
2018, ‘Les Chiens’, Lamington Drive Gallery, Melbourne
2016, ‘Let’s Go Magic Weirdos’, Paper Mountain , Perth
2017, ‘Free to Feed’, Hungry Workshop, Melbourne
2017, ‘Hide Away’, No Vacancy Gallery, Melbourne
2017, ‘Women’, Make Nice, UnConference’, Special Group Gallery, Sydney
2016, ‘Heavy Leisure’, Backwoods Gallery, Melbourne
2015, ‘Obsessed’, Rooftop Art Space, Melbourne
2015, ‘Through the Looking Glass’, Mirus Gallery, San Francisco
2015, ‘So Long, my Forebears’, Paradise Hills, Melbourne
2014, ‘Small Works’, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
2014, ‘Patchbox’, Else Where Factory Gallery, Rome




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