In Her Words Touring: Horsham Art Gallery (March - May 2019)

Touring: Deakin University Art Gallery (11 September - 18 October 2019), Wangaratta Art Gallery (2 November - 15 December), Swan Hill Regional Gallery (16 May - 12 July 2020) Logan Art Gallery QLD (31 July - 5 September 2020) 

In Her Words is a photographic exhibition focusing on women behind and in front of the camera. Women who are in control of their own story; whether they are speaking their own truth or re-enacting the accounts of others. In this exhibition we hear from women who are bold in the telling of their flaws, uncertainties and strengths; aiming to get to the core of the female experience, rights and challenges.

Horsham Regional Art Gallery brings together historical works from the Gallery’s Collection with key figures in contemporary Australian photographic practice, the exhibition explores migration, queer culture, Aboriginality, youth and childhood, the body, domesticity, place, identity and female repressions and expression. Through these images the photographers make bold statements about the societies in which they live and work.

Curated by Olivia Poloni

Artist: Hoda Afshar, Pat Brassington, Polly Borland, Zoe Croggon, Karla Dickens, Sandy Edwards, Joyce Evans, Cherine Fahd, Anne Ferran, Fiona Foley, Linsey Gosper, Janina Green, Ponch Hawkes, Eliza Hutchison, Carol Jerrems, Leah King-Smith, Honey Long and Prue Stent, Kirsten Lyttle, Tracey Moffatt, Jill Orr, Deborah Paauwe, Polixeni Papapetrou, Clare Rae, Julie Rrap, Simone Slee, Kawita Vatanajyankur.

This project has been assisted by NETS Victoria’s Exhibitions Development Fund, supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria.


One On One Bundoora Homestead Art Centre (May - July 2018)

One on One showcases nine jewellers and object makers who invite play and movement in their work. This exhibition features works that come to life with touch and through physical one-on-one interactions. Exploring the physical relationship between the object and the audience, visitors will be invited at allocated times to interact with works which can be played as instruments, manoeuvre to perform scenes or constructed to make puzzles.

Curated by Olivia Poloni

Artists: Chris Bahng, Katie Collins, Anna Davern, Mark Edgoose, Hendrik Forster, Wanda Gillespie, Annie Gobel, Wendy Korol and Claire McArdle.


Victorian Craft Awards 2017 Craft Victoria, Collins Place Gallery and Sofitel Melbourne on Collins (June – July 2017)

Honouring the late Victorian Arts Minister Lynne Kosky's public service and commitment to the arts, the Victorian Craft Awards are a biennial event supported by the State Government of Victoria and facilitated by Craft Victoria. In 2017 100 finalists exhibited over 3 venues to present Victoria’s excellence in craft and design.

Curated by Olivia Poloni


Fresh! 2017 Craft Victoria (February - March 2017)

Fresh! celebrates the next wave of Victorian graduates in contemporary craft and design. Showcasing the energy, skill and innovation of some of the best graduating students from craft, design and fine art disciplines throughout the state. 

Curated by Olivia Poloni

Artists: Katie Barter, Matt Fairbridge, Hannah Gartside, Katherine Hubble, Cara Johnson, Tessy King, Claire Lehmann, Michaela Pegum, Rachael Siklic, Bec Smith, Siteng Wei, Lauralei Wilson


Kate Rohde Luminous Realms Craft Victoria (November 2018 - February 2017)

Curated by Olivia Poloni

Arts: Kate Rohde


Ceremonial Craft Victoria (September - November 2016)

Ceremonial presents works that connect to traditional ceremonial practices and archetypal forms, alongside idiosyncratic personal rituals. The exhibition highlights the ritualistic qualities of craft practice – seeking meaning through material expression – and the place of ceremonial activity within a maker’s life. 

Curated by Olivia Poloni

Artists: Jane Badger,  Catherine Bell, Vicki Couzens, Adam John Cullen, Julia deVille, Pia Interlandi, Linde Ivimey, Trent Jansen, Yvette King, Llawella Lewis, Jenny Loft, Valerie Restarick, Naup Waup, Ken Wraight


Episodes: Australian Photography Now Dong Gang Museum of Photography Korea (July - September 2014)

Curated by Natalie King and Youngmi Park

Assistant Curator: Olivia Poloni

Artists include Polly Borland, Michael Cook, Destiny Deacon and Virginia Fraser, Paul Knight, Tracey Moffatt, Polixeni Papapetrou, Trent Parke, Patrick Pound, Martin Smith, Christian Thompson and William Yang.


A Monument with a Sculpture Setouchi Triennale Japan 2013

Solo exhibition by Jackson Slattery for the Setouchi Triennale on Shodoshima Island Japan

Project Managed by Olivia Poloni

Artist: Jackson Slattery


Trust Me Galerie Desaga Germany 2011

Curated by Olivia Poloni

Artists: Tony Garifalakis & jackson Slattery


Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow Nellie Castan Gallery 2010

Curated by Olivia Poloni

Artists: James and Eleanor Avery, Laresa Kosloff, Sanné Mestrom, Dorota Mytych, Izabela Pluta, Amelie Scalercio, Dorota Mytych and Matthew Watts


Elsewhere Nellie Castan Gallery 2008

Curated by Olivia Poloni

Artists: Natasha Frisch, Adam Pyett, Susan Wirth, Masato Takamasa, Anna Maria O’Keefe, Martin Smith, Amelia Scalercio, Lisa Radford


Side Stitch Blindside 2005

Curated by Olivia Poloni

Artists: Kate Just, Stephen Gallagher, Michelle Hammer


Pleasures and Terrors - The City Blindside 2005

Curated by Olivia Poloni

Artists: Natasha Frisch, Kit Wise, Pip Edwards, Geniene Honey and Paul White