Michal Glikson has been exploring peripatetic painting since 2006. Using an immersive social/anthropological approach, she finds her subjects in situ, by sketching from life, into scrolls of paper which she carries. She draws on her training in Persian miniature to deliver stories of people and environments she encounters. Michal has studied at the ANU School of Art and holds degrees in Theatre, Political Science, and a Master’s degree in Fine Art from the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India. She continues to practice across cultures and has taught at the National College of Art, Lahore, Viswa Bharati University of Santiniketan, and ANU. Her scrolls have been exhibited in multiple countries and her virtual tour of the Australind Archive brings together outcomes of her practice-led PhD research project, Towards a peripatetic practice: negotiating journey through painting.
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