Lives and works in Sydney, New South Wales.
Alice Whish is an established and respected jeweller. In addition to being a maker of delicate and intricate works, she is involved in a number of community art projects. Currently, she is working with women from Northeastern Arnhem Land to raise the profile of Aboriginal women's craft and their shell and seed necklaces, through exhibitions, exchanges and conferences.
She has presented solo exhibitions throughout Australia and New Zealand and has been an active participant in group exhibitions, nationally and internationally since 1984. In 2009 she has work in Bravura: 21st century Australian Craft and Design, the Art Gallery of South Australia. Past exhibitions include, Transformations: the language of craft,National Gallery of Australia, andSighting the Past, Macleay Museum, Sydney University in 2005–2006. Alice has work in private and public collections including the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, Art Gallery of South Australia, the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery in Launceston and the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney.
Alice holds a Bachelor of Visual Art from Sydney College of the Arts, Sydney University, a Master of Art in Gold and Silversmithing from RMIT and a Master of Higher Education from the University of New South Wales.
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