EXHIBITIONS and EVENTS

Robyn's first public showing of her art was in 1986 at the Australian Museum, just six years after she discovered her talent and passion.

 

Since then she has featured in over 200 exhibitions in Australia including Sydney Opera House, National Maritime Museum, Australian Museum and Art Gallery of NSW. Internationally her work has been shown in New York, Singapore, Helsinki, St Petersburg, Milan, Cairo, Dubai and in the UK.

 

Two of her gowns are in the permanent collection of the Powerhouse, Museum, Sydney.

 

If you are interested in hosting an exhibition, or having Robyn as a guest speaker,

please contact her. 
 

First exhibition, Australian Museum, 1986

Fairfield City Museum and Gallery

Fairfield City Museum and Gallery

September 2014

Frill Neck Lizard gown

Frill Neck Lizard gown

Frill Neck Lizard gown

Frill Neck Lizard gown

Frill Neck Lizard gown - collar

Frill Neck Lizard gown - collar

The Hon. Linda Burney

The Hon. Linda Burney

Opening by the Hon Linda Burney, Member for Canterbury

Miss Universe gown

Miss Universe gown

On loan from the Powerhouse Museum

Miss Universe gown

Miss Universe gown

On loan from the Powerhouse Museum

The Hon. Linda Burney and Robyn

The Hon. Linda Burney and Robyn

Aboriginal Wedding Gown

Aboriginal Wedding Gown

On loan from the Powehouse Museum

Miss Earth Australia gown

Miss Earth Australia gown

2012

Miss Earth Australia

Miss Earth Australia

Back of gown

Indigenous Runway Project

Indigenous Runway Project

Designed and painted by Robyn. Manufactured by Teresa Gratowski of Pacific Breeze.

Miss Teen Australia and Miss World

Miss Teen Australia and Miss World

2004

Miss Teen Australia and Miss World

Miss Teen Australia and Miss World

Rear of gown

Teresa Gratowski and Robyn

Teresa Gratowski and Robyn

Teresa has collaborated with Robyn to design gowns for an exhibition in Melbourne in 2014. Teresa is wearing one of her designs which has been hand-painted by Robyn.

Linda Campbell and Robyn

Linda Campbell and Robyn

Portrait of David Lennie

Portrait of David Lennie

Beverley Wenster and Grace Shanti

Beverley Wenster and Grace Shanti

Teresa Gratowski and Grace Shanti

Teresa Gratowski and Grace Shanti

Jamal Farah and Robyn

Jamal Farah and Robyn

2007 Reserve Gallery, Sydney. Filmed and edited by Todd Tai.

Native Institute Exhibition 2013

Native Institute Exhibition 2013

Their Voices, They Whisper to Me

Their Voices, They Whisper to Me

Self portrait Printed banner 200cms x 70cms (78.7ins x 27.6ins)

Where It All began

Where It All began

Printed banner 200cms x 70cms (78.7ins x 27.6ins)

Joey

Joey

Printed banner 200cms x 70cms (78.7ins x 27.6ins)

Blue Eyed Boy

Blue Eyed Boy

Printed banner 200cms x 70cms (78.7ins x 27.6ins)

Mother and Child

Mother and Child

Printed banner 200cms x 70cms (78.7ins x 27.6ins)

The Ghost Gum Spirits

The Ghost Gum Spirits

Printed banner 200cms x 70cms (78.7ins x 27.6ins)

Hiding

Hiding

Printed banner 200cms x 70cms (78.7ins x 27.6ins)

Sprits to Walk the Land

Sprits to Walk the Land

Printed banner 200cms x 70cms (78.7ins x 27.6ins)

A Better World

A Better World

Printed banner 200cms x 70cms (78.7ins x 27.6ins)

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P1050102 - Copy.JPG

Native Institute Exhibition

Native Institute Exhibition

Native Institute Exhibition

Native Institute Exhibition

Whose Story

Whose Story

Promotional material for exhibition

Whose Story

Whose Story

Established in Blacktown in 1823 (after being relocated from Parramatta) to 'educate' and 'reform' Aboriginal children during colonisation, this potent site on the corner of Richmond Road and Rooty Hill Road North represents the origins of the institutionalisation of Australian Aboriginal people. The site is a profound symbol of race relations and cross-cultural interaction in Australia. In dialogue with the community, local historians and academics, and led by artist-provocateur Brook Andrew, Aboriginal artists, Daniel Boyd, Robyn Caughlan, Karla Dickens, r e a, Leanne Tobin and Jason Wing created a group exhibition in response to the Blacktown Native Institute site.

 

NAIDOC week. Robyn's Designs

NAIDOC week. Robyn's Designs

University of Western Sydney

NAIDOC week

NAIDOC week

Robyn

NAIDOC week

NAIDOC week

Robyn's paintings on back wall.

Fabric design

Fabric design

At launch of Warrami Exhibition.

The Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

Robyn's 2001 painting,  Crossing the Blue Mountains, was featured in the Darug Connections display at the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens at Mt Tomah, NSW. Her painting was used for the cover illustration for the information booklet and in other publications by the Botanic Gardens. Her work has also been used for signage in the Gardens.

Robyn's artwork is often used to publicise exhibitions and events

Robyn Caughlan NAIDOC week
Robyn Caughlan NAIDOC week
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