Michele Morcos is a multimedia visual artist with a studio practice in Sydney, Australia. She graduated from UNSW Art & Design (Collage of Fine Arts) in 1999 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting/drawing) and a BA Honours in Art Theory.
Michele has exhibited her work in seven solo exhibitions and over twenty group exhibitions throughout Australia. She has been selected twice as a finalist for The Brett Whiteley Art Scholarship and also for major prizes such as the Mosman Art Prize.
During the past 1o years, Michele has worked and taught in a number of art galleries including ADC: Australian Centre for Design in Sydney. She has also completed a number of Artist-in-residence programs in Australia & overseas. In 2016 Michele collaborated on a public art project with DoeandDoe to create a ten minute hand drawn animated film for Transport NSW’s Wynscreen project, while exhibiting a new collection of works for her seventh solo exhibition at Koskela Gallery in Sydney.
Currently Michele has an artist studio on Australia st in Camperdown, and has just exhibited a new installation artpiece for Art Month 2018 in the red project: a group exhibition curated by Alison Clark for North Sydney Council’s Coal Loader Site in Balls Point Waverton.