Dr Jazmina Cininas



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Contact Details

+61 3 9925 2767



Building: 049
Level: 02
Room: 012

City campus


College of Design and Social Context


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Key activities

Dr. Jazmina Cininas lectures in the printmaking stream of Fine Art: Print Imaging Practice (PIP). In 2014, Jazmina will be delivering and co-ordinating largely first year courses while continuing with ongoing postgraduate supervisions. Jazmina is also the 2014 curator for the PIP and RMIT Project Space Summer Residency and fundraiser, and ECR proxy for Dr Larissa Kosloff on the School of Art Research Committee.

Personal website: www.facebook.com/thegirliewerewolfproject


Semester 1 2014: City Campus: On campus Tuesdays and Wednesdays.


PhD 2014, MA (Fine Art) 2002, BA Hons. (Fine Art) 1995.

Industry experience

Jazmina Cininas is a practicing artist, curator, arts writer and lecturer whose ongoing Girlie Werewolf Project has been exhibited nationally throughout Australia and has also toured to Lithuania. Her work has been shortlisted for over 60 awards and has been included in exhibitions and publications throughout the world.

Jazmina is regularly invited to give talks on her practice at tertiary institutions throughout Australia, as well as cultural events such as the Stranger With My Face Horror Film Festival in Hobart, Tasmania, and Monsterfest at Cinema Nova, Melbourne.

Curatorial projects include the touring group exhibition Enchanted Forest: New Gothic Storytellers for Geelong Gallery, as well as the group show Antipodean Bestiary and The New Pretty solo exhibition by LA artist, Erik Mark Sandberg, both at RMIT Project Space. Jazmina also instigated the Print Imaging Practice Summer Residency at RMIT Project Space/Spare Room in 2004, now in its tenth year, and is returning to curate the 2014 residency.

See also Re-enchantment: www.abc.net.au/tv/re-enchantment/

Public collections featuring Jazmina’s work include:

National Gallery of Victoria, National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of South Australia, Victorian Arts Centre, Gladstone Regional Art Gallery, Silk Cut Foundation, City of Banyule collection, Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, Alice Springs Art Foundation, City of Fremantle, LaTrobe Regional Gallery, Warrnambool Art Gallery, Australian Print Workshop, Edith Cowan University WA, RMIT University collection, Charles Darwin University, Maroondah Art Gallery, Geelong Gallery, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery and Jingdezhen University, China.

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