Know About Narelle Byrne
Narelle Byrne is a focus artist and photojournalist. She has worked internationally and locally in Human Rights and Social Justice Issues for over 20 years.
Narelle’s work fosters love and peace. It crosses channels of photo journalism, art, music, writing and public speaking.
Narelle has exhibited both in Australia and overseas in mixed media formats on human rights and social justice issues. The United Nations Association of Australia (UNAA) sponsored her exhibition "State Of Mind" at the Melbourne Convention Centre in 2004. In 2004 she was nominated for the United Nations Media Peace Award. She has presented and attended at a number of International Conferences on Drug Related Harm.
Narelle is currently completing her PhD on the role of the Dah Theatre, Belgrade in giving a voice to women left shattered by the effects of war.
The NB Gallery
Kew Gallery 2008 - 2012
Kew Gallery opened in 2008 and supported over 15 artists.
Williamstown Gallery and Photographic Studio 2012 - 2014
After relocation from Kew, the Gallery supported art exhibitions and art projects.
Kindred Studios Yarraville, October 2015
The Photographic Work is booked in advanced and takes place at Kindred Studios Yarraville.