Joe Hurst

 

Joe Hurst is a multi-disciplined Artist who works in design, construction, sculpture, printing and painting. Joe has been an Artist for over 30 years and has been involved in many exhibitions both nationally and internationally. Joe has exhibited in Budapest, Hungary and New Zealand. 

 

 

Joe has completed commission pieces for the Department of Aboriginal Affairs (NSW Government), NSW Premiers Department and several set designs for TV stations as well as theatre companies, dance, drama and puppetry.

 

Joe designed a sculpture, measuring 4.5 metres high for the New Indigenous Exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney. He designed the Sea of Hands for both Reconciliation weekend and Olympic weekend in the Royal Botanical Park. Joe designed Eulogy, Kev Carmody's CD cover for Festival Records and was the supervisor at Bula Bula Co-operative - Ramingining, Arnhem Land.

 

Joe designed The Rocks Boatshed, a party hub for the Corroboree Sydney festival of Indigenous arts and culture on the lawn of the MCA. Joe has recently created a public art sculpture, Nawi, for the Inner West Council Gadigal Wangal wayfinding project. 

 

Joe is a long time member of Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative.