Curiosity Brisbane returns from 24 June to 10 July

Curiocity Brisbane returns to transform Brisbane’s cultural heart into an interactive celebration of science, innovation and art from 24 June – 10 July 2022. Prepare for a free celebration of art and science transforming Brisbane from 24 June – 10 July. See science and art collide at Curiocity Brisbane. Explore …

Largest Sydney CBD artwork by an Australian coming in 2022

Architecture and Design, published on 14 December 2021   “An artwork by Maria Fernanda Cardoso has been integrated onto the new mixed development at 116 Bathurst Street in the Sydney CBD, which was designed by Candalepas Associates for Castle Residences. The artwork, titled Ripples and Droplets, will be the largest public …

Exhibition inspired by the Eucalyptus

Article in the Frankston Times, Tuesday 1st March 2022 “To me, the Eucalyptus is an artist and gumnuts are its artworks. As a trained sculptor, I can only dream of carving with such skill, to produce these perfectly shaped wooden sculptures,” she said. “The Eucalyptus tree does it naturally, after …

Gumnut Spheres at Frankston Arts Centre

  “Maria Fernanda Cardoso, one of Latin America’s most celebrated artists, exhibits her solo show at the Frankston Arts Centre as part of Ventana Arte, Frankston City Council’s annual Latin Arts Festival. Gumnut Spheres  celebrates the wonder, beauty and astonishing complexity of nature and pays homage to the land Cardoso …

Curiocity Brisbane

Maria Fernanda Cardoso is proud to present On the Origins of Art I and II at World Science Festival Brisbane 2022. Join us for a mind-blowing exploration of the phenomenal world we live in as Brisbane turns into a City of Science from 9-13 March. “World Science Festival Brisbane explores …

Interview for The Weekend Australian, December 24-26, 2021

Interview by Bridget Cormack for The Weekend Australian, December 24-26, 2021. “Colombian Australian contemporary artist MARIA FERNANDA CARDOSO, 58, has a prolific international career spanning three decades and 32 countries. She still believes ‘nature is the best artist in world’.” Click here to read full interview

Innovation and Inspiration: How Artists are using Science and Technology

Moderator: Michaela Hartland Panelists: Wolfgang Buttress, Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Cameron Robbins “ISC is pleased to present, Voices on Community Through Time and Space, a series of monthly virtual encounters designed to inspire, inform, and bring communities together. Through this program, ISC is creating the space for dialogue around current trends, …

Tree Full of Life

LOCATION: Foyer Atrium Main Entry at Westmead Hospital, Sydney, Australia. Commissioned by HARC for the Westmead Hospital Redevelopment Project “In this work I explore the symbolism of the Tree of Life that extends to many cultures and traditions, symbolising eternal life and strength. It also connects to the Hippocrates Tree, …

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