Georgia Hayward is an emerging contemporary artist based in Meanjin/Brisbane whose practice explores contemporaneous sociology, human connection and the subsequent role of community consciousness. Working across an array of disciplines including text-based art, photography and installation, her practice philosophically contemplates the role of relationships as a fundamental aspects of the human condition. 

Her works are imbued with vulnerability and intimacy as she draws on her personal histories and the contributions of her wider communities through participatory engagements. Georgia’s conceptually powerful and emotive works aim to expand a shared consciousness to encourage greater social connection and empathetic understanding.

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Education
2020 Bachelor Fine Arts (Visual Arts) - Queensland University of Technology
2020 Bachelor of Business (Management) - Queensland University of Technology

EXHIBITIONS
2020 'HOLD/SWAY', QUT Graduate Exhibition
2020 'Ambient/Existent/Emergent', Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery Biennial Emerging Artist Prize
2019 'Corporeity', Frank Moran Gallery, Brisbane
2019 Facets Art Exhibition, Toowoomba
2018 Facets Art Exhibition, Toowoomba
2018 Heartland Exhibition, Blackall
2017 Facets Art Exhibition, Toowoomba
2016 DDSW Creative Generations Excellence Awards in Visual Art, Toowoomba Regional Gallery
2016 USQ Future Visions Art Awards, Toowoomba

Awards & Achievements
2020 Finalist for the TRAG Biennial Emerging Artist Prize
2019 Recipient of the May McLean Hancock Memorial Scholarship
2018 Winner of the Lisbeth Hopkins Prize for the Arts 
2018 Winner of the FOGA Prize for the Facets Exhibition in Toowoomba
2016 Recipient of the Lindy Statham Memorial Award for Contribution to The Arts
2016 Winner DDSWQ Regional Encouragement Award for the Creative Generation Excellence Awards in Visual Art 
2016 Overall Winner for the University of Southern Queensland ‘Future Visions’ Art Awards

Professional Experience
2020 QUT Graduate Exhibition Management & Website Development 
2020 IMA Volunteer 



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