Working as a freelance Curator & Arts Project Coordinator / Manager.
This project was inspired by the Northern Beaches Community of Artsits that I teach and connect with often. Nine female artists celebrating International Women’s Day.
2018 – What a home means to you. Four Exhibitions in four locations: The Creative Space, Nth Curl Curl, Hornsby Art Centre, North Sydney Community Centre, Ryde
CABARET the Art Exhibition @ Glen Street Theatre
Oct 1-30, 2017
Featuring Wendy Sharpe and Evert Ploeg
Hi Rachel Thank you for the opportunity to be a part of the Cabaret exhibition at the Glen Street Theatre. I was thrilled to be involved and have been meaning to congratulate you on the curation of the show. The works displayed were very diverse yet complimentary. It was an interesting and exciting show. Nic Fern
Link Housing Exhibition 2017 –“What A home means to you”
At the Creative Space : Video HERE
And at See Street Gallery, Ryde – One exhibition curated in two locations for Link Housing. A lovely team and a community project.
Full catalogue and interview with artists: Warringah Creative Space – Curated exhibition – Reflection Refraction A5 Catalogue 2016 (1)
“What a home means to you “
Curated by Rachel Carroll @ The Warringah Creative Space.2016
Link Housing Ltd is one of the oldest not-for-profit community housing providers in NSW having been formed in 1983/84. We have a history of providing affordable rental accommodation to people on very low to moderate incomes. Link is a Tier 1 registered community housing provider with over 1500 homes in management. We have an independent skills-based Board, and the skills and financial capacity to deliver new ideas, concepts, and growth.
Northern. Beaches. INSPIRED
Painters Gallery,Manly 2014
Curated by Rachel Carroll
Artists from Inspired- Richard Magee, Mark Rhodes, me, Eva Frengstad & Julia Sample.
From Natural to Abstraction
2015 – ARTiculate Exhibition
ARTiculate exhibition of fine art was presented by the 24 members of Art & Soul Collective Inc. The exhibition was curated by Rachel Carroll and opened by Katherine Roberts, Senior Curator of Manly Art Gallery. Showcasing a variety of painted, printed, sculptural and woven works based on each artist’s visual response to “The Written Word”.
And we are also very lucky to have such a talented curator. Rachel’s input to the show is invaluable, and she works magic on our already beautiful works! A big thankyou to Rachel!
On behalf of Art & Soul Collective Inc, I would like to thank you for the wonderful job that you have done for us in curating our exhibition ARTiculate. Your curation of Soulworks last year with 25 artists and 95 art works was excellent. But I think that this year ARTiculatepresented an even greater challenge with 24 artists and 132 works. But we are truly delighted with your curation of ARTiculate, which presents beautifully and looks highly professional as a result, and your curator’s essay.
So thank you once again. I hope that you enjoyed the experience of working with both A&SC and the ARTiculate art works.
Art & Soul Collective Incwww.artandsoulcollectiveinc.net
SoulWorks – A&SC Members Exhibition
Working for Pittwater Council to manage and coordinate the six month Program Artzpace 2012 & 2014 – which saw up to 15 artists mentored through the exhibition process, which prepared them for a final exhibition in Avalon.
Katherine Roberts (Senior Curator Manly Art Gallery & Museum), Zoe Johnson – Arts Officer Pittwater Council) & Me. ARTZPACE 2012
ARTZPACE 2014 – with Jackie Dunn- Director of Manly Art Gallery & Museum