Artist Floor Talk: Sinead Murphy

event date: 
Thursday, 7 December 2017 - 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Warrnambool Art Gallery is happy to present ‘Free to be Every Me’ from 25 November to 16 December 2017.November 25 marks the start of 16 Days of Activism – a campaign with the mission to end gender-based violence.

In support of this important issue, WAG has been working closely with Sinead Murphy of Lovelock studio, with support from Warrnambool City Council and the Victorian Women's Trust to create a locally-designed campaign poster titled ‘Free to be Every Me’.Inspired by this year’s campaign theme (Together We Can End Gender-Based Violence in Education), ‘Free to be Every Me’ celebrates what is possible when gender-based violence ends: every woman and girl will be safe and free to be and express themselves in whatever way feels authentic to them. That is a world we want to live in. Click here to learn more about 16 Days of Activism.

At this floor talk, Sinead will discuss the design elements behind her poster and the importance of freedom of creative expression in society.

+ Free entry

+ Audio loop available and wheelchair accessible

+ Suitable for ages 15 and above

Profile image credit: Sheree Dubois Photography,

Sinead Murphy

Sinead Murphy is a graphic designer and illustrator who runs a small creative studio based in Warrnambool called Loveock. Sinead started Lovelock with the hopes of bringing fun and thoughtful design to the South West.