Curator, Artist, Writer and Arts Administrator



Marlene, I think your Granddaughter is having a Click Moment 2020


Emily Winslade (she/they) is a Queer Naarm-based curator, artist, writer and arts administrator with a passion for examining contemporary art practices and advocating for mental health, disability and LGBTIQA+ issues within the arts sector. Graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Art from Monash University, Emily is now studying a Masters of Art Curatorship at the University of Melbourne in order to further pursue her interest in academic writing, queer theory and curatorial collaboration.

I can't believe we look like that 2021

Oil on canvas

Gender Dysmorphia 2023

Oil on canvas

Echoes of a Gaze, installation view, Brunswick Street Gallery 2023

Love thy housemate 2023

Oil and acrylic on canvas

Vita Verde Fitness Center

The Three Graces 2020

Oil on canvas


Master of Art Curatorship, University of Melbourne 2022 - 2024

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Monash University 2019-2021

Recipient of Monash Art Design and Architecture Scholarship 2019


Box Hill Community Arts Centre, Painting Tutor 2024 - present

The Dax Centre, Coordinator 2023 - present

John Young Studio, Coordinator 2023 - present

QArt Gallery and Studio, Supervisor 2022


Brunswick Street Gallery, Echoes of a Gaze 2023

George Paton Gallery, Artists Bookworks #4 2023

Box Hill Community Art Centre, Pride & Joy - Community Portrait Exhibition 2023

Brunswick Street Gallery, Small Works Arts Prize 2023

Intermission Gallery, Knowing Me (Solo Exhibition) 2021

Intermission Gallery, You may perceive me now 2021

Intermission Gallery, Show Off 2021


Brunswick Street Gallery 2023

Monash University Museum of Art 2021


National Gallery of Australia Digital Writers Digital Residency 2024

SEVENTH Gallery Emerging Writers Program 2023

BLOP BLOP BLOP: Curatorial Intensive hosted by Anador Walsh 2022

I can't believe we look like that, installation view, MADA Now 2021

Colour Study (in progress) 2020

Oil on canvas

Colour Study 2020

Oil on canvas

Marlene, I think your Granddaughter is having a Click Moment 2020

I acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung and Bunurong people as traditional custodians of the land upon which I work and create. I pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging, and extend this respect to all First Nations people.


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