Jodie Goldring is an artist and educator who works with primary school students, young adults with disabilities, and community groups of all ages. She is committed to promoting individual and social well being through collective art-making practices, and values local community projects as drivers of lasting and meaningful connection. She was Artist-In-Residence for Glenlyon Biolink Walking Trail during November 2018, where plants along the walking trail were used in a number of weaving related workshops and art making. Jodie facilitated the workshop Collaborative Nourishment; weaving objects and stories, and exhibited the collaborative outcome, at the Care Symposium exhibition, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne, 2019.
Jodie Goldring will be exhibiting in the Care Exhibition Program at Mildura Arts Centre, supported by Regional Arts Victoria, in late 2020.
Jodie Goldring Glenlyon Biolink Walking Trail work in situ, 2018
Jodie Goldring conducting the workshop Collaborative Nourishment; weaving objects and stories, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne, 2019.