Judith Abell

Public Art Coordinator/designer/artist/writer
City of Hobart/freelance
<p>Judith is a hybrid practitioner, trained in architecture and fine arts. She currently commissions art for the City of Hobart, while maintaining a freelance practice that fuses her skills in design, writing and art. Having worked in architecture practice for 10 years (Alexi Marmot Associates in London and Forward Brianese & Associates, Hobart) and as a professional artist for another 10 years, Judith now works in a sphere where she needs all of her skills to advocate for, seek funding for and project manage the implementation of public art for her city’s spaces. Importantly, everything that she does in this role has a public outcome.<br /> Judith has been writing about architecture, art, design and performance for over 15 years and has had articles published in Houses, Artichoke, Landscape Architecture Australia, Mezzanine, Monument, Realtime, Artlink, Assemble Papers and Australian Art Collector. She is the current Arts Features editor for Island Magazine, a national literary publication produced in Tasmania.</p>
Interested in
Public Speaking, Juries, Sessional Teaching or Crits