Event details


Date and time

  • Saturday 21 October, 2-3pm

Event type

  • Talk

Event Fee

  • Free


  • Registration essential
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Artists in conversation:Gregory Pryor and Kirsten Hudson

Saturday, 21 October, 2-3pm

Gregory Pryor with Kirsten Hudson in conversation discussing their ideas and their work.

Recipient of significant national and international art and research awards, Gregory Pryor is an academic, writer and artist who has exhibited in numerous individual and group exhibitions since 1981. His concerns with painting, together with non-traditional approaches to botanical visualisation, have underpinned much of his work that addresses the damage to landscape and the flora of Western Australia.

An academic and artist, Kirsten Hudson’s focus on research and creative production over the last ten years has led to her significant contribution locally, nationally and internationally to both traditional research and creative production. Pryor’s work Herbarium Nojciano (Wein) (2003) and Hudson’s Requiem (Kalyakoorl) (2020) are exhibited in WILDFLOWER SEASON at the LWAG. Hear them in conversation as they discuss their ideas and their work featured in this exhibition.


Please note: in keeping with the University's guidelines, space is limited for this event and registration is required.



Gregory Pryor, Herbario Nojciano (Wien), 2003, watercolour, pencil, spirit based ink and collage on paper, 42 x 28cm, 1 of 13 parts, The University of Western Australia Art Collection, Gift of the Friends of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery and the James RH Watson Watercolour Fund 2008. © The Artist. Photograph by Rob Frith

Kirsten Hudson, still from Requiem / (Kalyakoorl), 2020, 16mm cameraless film (telecined using DIY frame by frame optical printer), 4min 8sec, © Courtesy the Artist