(Artist in Residence)
Pamela Irving has a Bachelor of Education (Art/Craft) and Master of Arts, from the University of Melbourne. Irving has exhibited widely throughout Australia as well as in Hong Kong, Russia, Japan and the USA. Her works are held in public and private collections in Australia, USA, HK, Russia, China and Japan. Selected collections include; Museums Victoria, Bars Collection Russia, Art Bank, The City Museum of Ravenna, Italy, Regional Gallery collections, Municipal Collections, University Collections and Luna Park, Melbourne.
Pamela’s works across media and her works adorns many public spaces in Melbourne and afar. Recent commissions include a Mosaic Mural at the Shanghai American School in Shanghai, NIST The International School in Bangkok, The International School of Kuala Lumper and the complete facade of the Luna Palace building at Luna Park, Melbourne.
In June/July 2017 the City of Whitehorse, Melbourne, held a very large retrospective exhibition of Pamela’s work titled Irreverent Tales. Works spanned from 1984 -2016. It was a highly successful exhibition with one work being purchased for the Deakin University collection and five new works purchased by the City of Whitehorse as well as purchases by private collectors. Recently Pamela held a solo exhibition at the Deakin University Downtown Artspace, titled “Yolo Man and his Apocalyptic Alphabet”.