As a multidisciplinary artist, Renee Dixson uses storytelling to draw on her cross cultural and personal experiences. Currently working with both film and photography, Renee finds these to be the most immediate and engaging method of connecting with her viewers. She takes them on a journey with her, exploring memories, ideas, past reflections and future hopes. This has become the base for her social art project “Stories About Hope”.

Currently, Renee is undertaking her Master’s degree in Museum and Heritage studies at the Australia National University. Previously, Renee has completed a Graduate Diploma in Curating and Cultural Leadership at the University of New South Wales.

Renee has been an Intern in the Conservation Department at the Art Gallery of NSW. She has been a finalist of a number of group exhibitions in Australia. Renee is interested to explore how art can bring social change and heal trauma.

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