Darren Jorgensen

Darren Jorgensen teaches communication and art history at the University of Western Australia.


Yurtu Ardla
16 Apr 2019
George Gittoes and the social turn in Afghanistan
Darren Jorgensen on Australian art in a war zone 
Big Ideas
Fly In Fly Out artists of Western Australia
On artist residencies and site-specific projects that don’t always go as planned
We don’t need a map: a Martu experience of the Western Desert
Fremantle Arts Centre 
17 November 2012 – 20 January 2013
Curators, Erin Coates, Kathleen Sorensen and Gabrielle Sullivan
This Asian Century
No Place without Other Places: Spinifex Arts Project at fifteen years
University of Western Australia lecturer Darren Jorgensen examine the Spinifex Arts Project from its inception with reference to a new exhibition happening August-October 2012 at John Curtin Gallery and asks the big question: "What would it mean if Aboriginal artists were not tied to language groups, communities, art centres and regional styles?"
Indigenous: Indignation
Revealed: Emerging Aboriginal Artists from Western Australia
Curator: Thelma John Gallery Central, Perth 24 October - 12 November 2011
Pattern & Complexity
Chris Pease
Goddard de Fiddes Gallery, Perth 8 February - 5 April 2008
Art Mind Beauty
Strange Strolls
Strange Strolls Curator: Perdita Phillips Participating Artists: Begum Basdas (Istanbul), Paulo Bernardino and Maria Manuela Lopes (Lisbon), Viv Corringham (London), Robert Curgenven (Katherine), Lawrence English (Brisbane), Aaron Coates Hull (Wollongong), Minaxi May (Fremantle), Roxane Permar (Shetland Islands), Perdita Phillips (Fremantle), Virve Pulver and Aili Vahtrapuu (Estonia), Ric Spencer (Fremantle), Kieran Stewart (Perth), Dorothee von Rechenberg (Switzerland), and Walter van Rijn (Netherlands) 18 November - 18 December 2005 Moores Building, Fremantle
Art History: Go Figure
Stockroom Kyneton NAVA Samstag Bendigo Art Gallery