Sera Waters speaks with the Bordertown Chronicle about the unveiling of the project Telling Tales, a joint venture between Ms Waters, artist Jo Fife, the Riddoch Art and Cultural Centre, Country Arts SA and Walkway Gallery. This announcement was made … Continued
Congratulations to Sera Waters who has been announced as the 2020 Guildhouse Fellowship recipient!
The Guildhouse Fellowship, valued at over $50,000, was inaugurated in 2019 with the generous support of South Australian philanthropists, The James & Diana Ramsay Foundation, to … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery are delighted to welcome you back – in person, to our gallery spaces. Bringing you a new exhibition, Plan B with a selection of incredible works from our storeroom, many of which hav not been … Continued
Sera Waters and Paul Yore are showing in ‘Domestic Crafts’ at Rosny Barn, Tasmania curated by Nichole O’Loughlin.
This group exhibition showcases boundary pushing, textile-based works. The exhibition acknowledges the demarcation between craft and fine art since the 1970s which … Continued
Sera Waters is featured in the May issue of the Adelaide Review in the lead up to her exhibition at Hugo Michell Gallery, ‘Dazzleland’.
Dazzleland is Waters’ first major exhibition of completely new work since she finished her PhD last … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery invites you to the opening of Sera Waters’ ‘Dazzleland’ and Kenny Pittock’s ‘Every Kind of Shape’.
Sera Waters is a South Australia-based artist, arts writer, and academic. Waters’ art practice is characterised by a darkly-stitched meticulousness. In … Continued
Congratulations to Sera Waters, who has been selected as a Finalist in the Ramsay Art Prize!
Held every two years, the Ramsay Art Prize invites submissions from Australian artists under 40 working in any medium.
Finalists will be exhibited in … Continued
Sera Waters’ Going Round in Squares is now showing at Ararat Gallery TAMA.
The artworks of Going Round in Squares explore ideas around the grids and boundary lines which have governed life in Australia since colonisation. Roads, fence lines, walls, … Continued
Hugo Michell Gallery invites you to the opening of WORD, an ambitious group exhibition presenting text-based work from nearly 30 artists.
Featuring: Abdul Abdullah, Roy Ananda, Brook Andrew, Narelle Autio, David Booth [Ghostpatrol], Jon Campbell, James Dodd, Will French, … Continued
The Australian Tapestry Workshop presents its Artist-in-Residence exhibition, featuring the work of 15 artists who participated in residencies in 2016, including Sera Waters!
Of the piece, Waters says:
This towel, Fashioning Locals, is from a larger series of towels, each … Continued