2-31 May 2017
Blood Moon solo exhibition at Stranger With My Face International Film Festival, Studio Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart
The first solo exhibition for Jazmina Cininas in Tasmania, Blood Moon features a roll call of female werewolves from throughout the centuries, spanning early modern werewolf trials, hirsute wonders, furry femme fatales and the recent generation of cinematic PMS werewolves. Proudly part of the Stranger With My Face International Film Festival, directed by Briony Kidd with a focus on female filmmakers in the horror genre.
Andrew Harper, "Feast of Dark Marvels", The Mercury: Tasweekend: Visual Arts (review), 25 May 2017
7pm 18 February - 7am 19 February 2017
What Big Teeth You Have! at Melbourne White Night Festival, RMIT Storey Hall
As the sun sets and Melbourne lights up for White Night, the façade of RMIT Storey Hall annex will be transformed into a giant billboard of morphing female werewolves. With enormous, billboard-scale gratitude for this opportunity to show my work in a new light - literally - and to assisting filmmaker Ollie Clifton for helping me make the most of this opportunity. Official details at the following link:http://www.rmit.edu.au/events/all-events/special-events/2017/february/what-big-teeth-you-have
Appearing in the current issue of Craft Arts International! With many thanks to Sasha Grishin and Craft Arts for such a generous feature.
14 May - 3 July 2016 Eventide, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
Relief Printmaking exchange portfolio, curated by Rona Green and on show in Mornington
1 June - 29 July 2016 Contemporary Paper, Port Jackson Press, Melbourne
Featuring a smörgåsbord of artists, Contemporary Paper forms part of Port Jackson Press' major involvement with the Print Council of Australia's Year of Print. In a departure from werewolves and linocuts, I'll be exhibiting a series of mini artist's books make from recycled envelopes. Full exhibition details at the Port Jackson Press website here: http://portjacksonpress.com.au/events/celebrating-the-year-of-print-1st-june-19th-july-2016
29 June - 18 July 2016 Where the wolfsbane blooms, The Art Vault, Mildura
To co-incide with my forthcoming residency at the fabulous The Art Vault, I'll also be exhibiting a selection of works from my PhD project and beyond that return attention to archaic lore in which enchanted flora or potions brewed from poisonous flowers caused women to transform into wolves. Explanatory wall texts provide insights into the floral iconography in an exhibition that exploits and subverts the cliché of the quintessentially feminine floral motif.Be sure to pop in if you happen to be passing through Mildura