GRANTS AND RESIDENCIES
CATALOGUES AND BOOKS ARTICLES AND REVIEWS
Nancy Sever Gallery, Canberra:
Wilma in the studio 2019. Photo: Mark Ashkanasy
Wilma Tabacco was born in the province of L’Aquila, Italy and has lived in Australia since childhood. She received a Bachelor of Commerce from Melbourne University in 1972 and Diploma of Education in 1973. In 1979 she undertook a Diploma of Fine Art at Phillip Institute, Melbourne and whilst lecturing in painting and drawing at the University of Melbourne, continued studies at RMIT University where she completed a Master of Arts in 1995 and a PhD in 2006. Wilma has lectured variously in painting, drawing and printmaking at the University of Melbourne, Canberra School of Arts and at RMIT as part of the international programme in Hong Kong and in Melbourne.
She has received several grants from the Australia Council Visual Arts and Craft Board including a studio residency in Italy, and has also worked and exhibited in Seoul as the recipient of an Asialink residency in Korea.
In 2011 she, together with Dr Irene Barberis, established Langford120 which she currently co-directs.
Since 2018 Wilma has conducted workshops in colour and composition for The Art Room, Footscray. She has also presented several Zoom lectures on abstract art and art interpretation. Wilma continues to exhibit in solo and group exhibitions.
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Wilma in the studio 2011. Photo: Mark Ashkanasy