From this hill Annie O'Rourke Kennedy Prize
Work of Reclamation, 10 - 29 June 2021
St Helier's Gallery, Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne
Annie O'Rourke will hold her first solo exhibition at St Helier's Convent, in the Abbotsford Convent complex in Melbourne in June. 
 
DRAWN, Redland Art Gallery, 7 February - 21 March 2021
 
Drawn explores the edges of drawing – the places where this most fundamental of art forms intersects with and infiltrates other media. Artists Courtney Coombs, Piyali Ghosh, Helen Hardess, Aaron Perkins, Annie O’Rourke, Jude Roberts, Daniel Sherington, Sancintya Mohini Simpson, Branka Sinobad and Natalie Wood bring a local perspective to the international discussion about drawing’s boundless possibilities. Curated by Annie O’Rourke and Natalie Wood.
Courting Time, POP Gallery Brunswick St, 10-21 November 2020
 
"The slow painter openly courts time as a partner in the process of distributing paint on a canvas.'
- Stephen Westfall, Slow Painting
 
 
Courting Time explores the slowness of painting: the idea that the time invested by the artist in making a work, and the viewer in experiencing it, becomes implicit in every painting. The marks on a painting's surface record the persistence of the hand of the artist and become a visual representation of time.
Curated by Annie O'Rourke and Darcy Williams, this exhibition features works by 
Annie O'Rourke
Danielle Milne
Darcy Williams
David M. Thomas
Julie Fragar
Kahli Budd
Mitchell Donaldson
Natalie Wood
Savannah Jarvis
Exhibitions Postponed due to COVID 19
Two planned exhibitions, including a solo show at St Helier's Gallery, Abbotsford Convent, Melbourne, have had to be postponed due to COVID 19 restrictions. New dates will be advised as soon as available. 
Redland Art Gallery Exhibition 2021
Annie's work will be part of a group exhibition at Redland Art Gallery in early 2021. The exhibition will highlight the intersection of drawing with other media. 
Kennedy Art Prize 2019 

Annie's work, From this hill, was a finalist in the 2019 Kennedy Art Prize in Adelaide. Visit kennedyprize.com.au for more information. 

TRACE 2019 

Annie's work We live in a beautiful country was included in TRACE 2019, a festival that takes art out of the galleries and into various locations around West End. Proceeds from works sold benefitted Community Plus. Visit traceart.com.au for information. 

You can lead a horse to water 

Annie's work was shown in group exhibition, You can lead a horse to water, at Grey Street Galleries in August 2019.