Solo Exhibition: 7 Stunden Ballonarbeit/7 Hour Balloon Work, Bondi Pavilion Gallery, Sydney, 5-22 September

Public Commission: Elemental Desires, Bendigo Art Gallery Collection

Performance: A Galaxy of Suns, Horizon Festival, Glasshouse Mountains, QLD, 31 August 6PM

Interview: Gyan Rocha, A Galaxy Of Suns: Michaela Gleave's Vision Is A Reality At Horizon Festival, Scenestr, 21 August

Exhibition: Coronal Mass, as part of The In Between, Dark Mofo 2019, The Long Gallery, Hobart, 14-23 June

Performance: Inside Out, Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne, 4 May, 12-7PM in gallery and online

Open Studio: TWT Creative Precinct Block Party, 12 April 5:30 - 9:30PM

Publication: MOP Projects: 2003-2016, edited by Daniel Mudie Cunningham, published by Formist Editions, p 152-153

Grant: Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Projects for Individuals grant

Exhibition: Let There Be Light, Justin Art House Museum, Melbourne, 14 February - 3 June

Publication: MOP Project 2003-2016, Formist Editions, p 252-253


Profile: Casey Carcel, Ocula 2018

Exhibition: Curiouser and Curiouser, curated by Julian Woods, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst, 14 December - 10 February

Public Commission: We Are Made of Stardust, Kelly's Garden, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart, launching 23 November

Art Prize: Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown Arts Centre, 27 October - 13 December

Performance: Voyager One, as part of Candlelight Vox Ensemble’s From Darkness to Light concert, Trinity College Chapel, Melbourne, 12 October

Performance: A Galaxy of Suns, SPECTRA Art + Science 2018, Adelaide, 12 October

Article: ‘A Galaxy of Suns’ live performance is music set to the arrangement of stars, Clare Peddie, The Advertiser, 11 October

Article: Spectra: Where Are Meets Science, David Knight, Adelaide Review, 2 October

Festival: Astrolight, Scienceworks, Melbourne, 8 September 6-8PM 

Fundraiser: Firstdraft, Sydney NSW, 31 August 6PM

Publication: What is Performance Art? Australian Perspectives Edited by Adam Geczy and Mimi Kelly, Power Publications

Interview: The Constellations, D-Lux Media, 107 Projects and podcast available on-line, 7 August 7PM

Exhibition: Time, curated by Hannah Mathews, QT Melbourne, as part of Melbourne Art Fair, 30 July - 5 August 

Grant: Career Development Grant, Australia Council for the Arts

Artist-in-residence: Robotic Telescopes, Student Research and Education conference, Hilo, Hawaii, 23 - 25 July

Art Fair: Art Athina, Athens, Greece, courtesy of Anna Pappas Gallery, 21-24 June

Fundraiser: BOXCOPY, Brisbane, QLD, 1 June 6-8PM

Exhibition: Under The Sun: Reimagining Max Dupain's Sunbaker, curated by Claire Monneraye, Gosford Regional Gallery, NSW, 14 April - 20 May

Open Studio: 2018 TWT Block Party, 31 Atchison St, St Leonards NSW, 23 March, 5-10PM

Exhibition: New Alchemists, curated by Alicia King, Flinders University Gallery, Adelaide, 17 February - 15 April



Exhibition: New Alchemists, curated by Alicia King, Devonport Regional Gallery, Devonport, Tasmania, 9 December - 7 January

Installation: The Altitude Project curated by Mirriam Williamson and Mahalya Middlemist, Linden Observatory, Linden NSW, 4 November 5:30 - 10:00 PM

Article: Linden Observatory Lights up for Art, Blue Mountains Gazette, 20 October

Review: Giselle Buetti, A Galaxy of Suns brings the stars to life, The Au Review, 12 October

Performance: A Galaxy of Suns, Melbourne Festival, Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne, 7PM 10 October

Book: Matthew Perkins, Red, Green, Blue: A History of Australian Video Art, Griffith University Art Museum, ISBN 9781925455496

Interview: Kathryn Gray, Enabling Enterprise, Insights from artist Michaela Gleave

Review: Will Cox, Keeping the Score, Broadsheet Melbourne, 26 October

Prize: A Galaxy of Suns selected as a finalist in the 2017 CHASS Australia Prizes

Exhibition: The Score, curated by Jacqueline Dougherty, Ian Potter Museum of Art, Melbourne, 1 August - 5 November

Exhibition: New Alchemists, curated by Alicia King, UQ Art Museum, Brisbane, 16 June - 3 September

Preview: Tracy Clement, New AlchemistsArt Guide Australia, 5 June

Installation: The Glistening, curated by Gail Preist, 107 Projects, 5-9PM 11 June

Art Prize: Hazelhurst Art on Paper Award, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, NSW, 20 May - 16 July

Exhibition: Under The Sun: Reimagining Max Dupain's Sunbaker, curated by Claire Monneraye. Monash Gallery of Art, Victoria, 6 May - 6 August

Performance: A Galaxy of SunsCementa, Kandos NSW, 8PM 7 April

Exhibition: Red Green Blue: A History of Australian Video Art, curated by Matthew Perkins, Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane, 30 March - 8 July

Article: Katie Milton, Cementa arts festival: building a cultured environment at Kandos, Sydney Morning Herald, 24 March 2017

Open Studio: TWT Creative Precinct Block Party, Video Interview, 5-9PM 24 March

Design feature: Cloud Spa (Dark Mofo) selected for inclusion in Texworld Paris trend publication

Article: Claire Monneraye, Under The Sun, SL Magazine, Autumn 2017, pg 10-11

Exhibition: Under The Sun: Reimagining Max Dupain's Sunbaker, curated by Claire Monneraye for the Australian Centre for Photography, State Library of NSW 18 February - April 17 and Monash Gallery of Art, Victoria, 6 May - 6 August

Article: Peter Munro, Sun sets on Max Dupain's Sunbaker as artists find new Australian icons by the beachSydney Morning Herald, 9 February

Exhibition: Intrinsic Properties, Inherent Vice, curated by Holly Williams and The Curators' Department, Belconnen Arts Centre, Canberra, 21 January - 5 March




Review: Postcard from... Bristol Biennial, Trevor H. Smith, Visual Arts South West, UK

Exhibition: LICHT!, Q Gallery of Art, Shorndorf, Germany, 17 September - 13 November

Public work: Aufstiege (Assents), curated by Joachim Fleischer, KulturRegion Stuttgart, Germany, 16 September - 9 October

Article: Der Staub, aus dem wir gemach sind, Jörg Nolle, Rems-Murr Rundschau, 15 September, p C1

Exhibition: Experimenta: Recharge - 8th International Biennale of Media Art, Anne and Gordan Samstag Museum of Art, Adelaide, 19 August - 23 September

International App release: A Galaxy of Sunscreated in collaboration with Amanda Cole and Warren Armstrong, available via the App Store and Google Play, 10 September

Performance: Bristol Biennial 2016: In Other Worlds, Bristol, UK, Staple Hill Tunnel, 4 & 8 September

Review: New Alchemists, Eliza Burke, Artlink Magazine, August 2016

Curatorial project: Tertium Organum by Peter Waller, as part of Contemporary Art Tasmania's Artist to Artist project, 20-28 August, opening 19 August 6-8PM

Exhibition: New Alchemists, curated by Dr Alicia King, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart, 22 July - 26 August

Exhibition: Space Material, curated by David Thomas, Foyer and Education Rooms, Monash University Museum of Art, 2-4PM 3 July

Article: New App lets you hear the stars sing, Jasmine Crittenden, Concrete Playground, 28 June

Australian App release: A Galaxy of Suns, in collaboration with Amanda Cole and Warren Armstrong, Dark Mofo release 10 June, available on the App Store and Google Play 21 June

Interview:  Exploring Dark Mofo's Dark Park, interview by Georgia Moodie, Radio National's Books and Arts, Wednesday 15 June, 10:15AM

Review: Dark Mofo 2016: an opening weekend of endurance, immersion and dark art, Clem Bastow, The Guardian, 14 June

Article: Tassie daughter Michaela, sings with A Galaxy of Suns, Paula Xiberras, The Tasmanian Times, 11 June

Performance: A Galaxy of Sunswith the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra Chorus, in collaboration with Amanda Cole and Warren Armstrong, Dark Mofo, Hobart, 5PM 10 & 11 June

Interview: Time For Art, Koren Helbig, Frankie Magazine, Issue 72, July-August 2016, pg 46

Article: The Stars Come Out to Play, Penny Thow, The Murcury, 9 June, Pulse pg 4

Article: Michaela Gleave - A Galaxy of Suns, Melissa Ogier, The Garb Wire, 7 June

Exhibition: Inappropriate Appropriate Ideas, The Curated Shelf: Kylie Johnson, Cath Robinson and Sarah Ryan, 25 Corby Avenue Hobart. 5pm 3 June

Preview: The Dark Side of Hobart, Briony Downes, Art Collector, Issue 76, April - June, pg 26

Art Fair: Art Athina, courtesy of Anna Pappas Gallery, Athens, Greece, 26-29 May

Exhibition: Experimenta: Recharge - 8th International Biennale of Media Art, Latrobe Regional Gallery, Victoria, 14 May - 3 July

Composition: Composer Vicki Hallett responds to the visual score Model For the End of the Universe (1-4), creating music based on image series

Exhibition: Geek Girls, curated by Rachel Parsons, The Block, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 19 April - 13 May

Open Studio: Living Art Weekend at the TWT Creative Precinct, St Leonards, Sydney, 12 March, 11am - 5pm

Exhibition: Experimenta: Recharge - 8th International Biennale of Media Art, Albury LibraryMuseum, NSW, 27 February - 17 April 

Exhibition: The Agency of Thingscurated by Kent Wilson, Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne, 19 February - 26 March

Installation: Faux MO, as part of MONA FONA, Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, 15-17 January

Performance: FBI SMACS, The Carriageworks, as part of Sydney Festival, Sydney, 10 January




Review: Robert Lort. Elemental Phenomena, Eyeline Magazine, Issue 84, p 87

Exhibition: Work, rest and PLAY!Hawkesbury Regional Gallery, NSW, 4 December - 7 February

Artist Talk: in conversation with the curators of As if light could be translated at Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney, Thursday 19 November, 6pm

Exhibition: As if light could be translated, curated by Art Proper: Annika Kristensen and Samantha Williams, Firstdraft Gallery, Sydney, 6 - 27 November, opening 6-8 pm Wednesday 5 November

Interview: Michaela Gleave and Cameron Robbins - interview with Chlóe Wolifson, Art Collector, Issue #74 October - December 2015, pp 78-81

Event: Astronomical viewing of the occultation of Venus, Royal Park, Parkville, Melbourne, Friday 9 October, 4:15 AM 

Solo Exhibition: Lines of Sight, in collaboration with Cameron Robbins, Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne, 9 - 31 October

Performance: 1 Room 13 Times, curated by Mark Feary, Spring Art Fair, Sydney, 9-12 September

Exhibition: Experimenta: Recharge, 6th International Biennial of Media Art, The Block, Queensland University of Technology, 25 August - 26 September

Article: Nicholas Forrest, Michaela Gleave Wins 2015 Churchie Emerging Art Prize, Blouin Art Info, 3 August

Winner: The Churchie National Emerging Art Prize, Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane, 31 July - 29 August, opening 6-8 pm 31 July

Exhibition: Not Singing: Poetics of Protest, curated by Bronia Iwanczak and Lynne Barwick, Affiliated Text, Sydney, 22 July - 6 September, opening 6-8 pm 22 July

Exhibition: Experimenta: Recharge, 6th International Biennial of Media Art, The Lockup Cultural Centre, Newcastle, NSW, 10 July - 10 August

Performance: Future Dreaming Stationpresented as part of Futures ArtBar, curated by Dara Gil, The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney, 26 June, 7-11pm

Radio Feature: No Brow, Sunday Arts Show, 4ZZZ Brisbane, 14 June, 3pm

Exhibition: Elemental Phenomena, curated by Naomi Evans, Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane, 8 May - 18 July

Artist talk: Griffith University Art Gallery, Brisbane, 11:30 AM 8 May

Lecture: UNSW Art and Design (CoFA), Sydney, BFA (Hons) Guest Lecture Series, EG01, 12-1 PM, 19 March

Finalist: Burnie Print Prize, Burnie Regional Gallery, Tasmania, 14 March - 10 May

Website launch: Website documenting The List at Campbelltown Arts Centre

Exhibition: Experimenta: Recharge, 6th International Biennial of Media Art, Arts Mildura: Palimpest, La Trobe Art Institute Gallery, Mildura, 6 March - 12 April 2016

Review: Keri Glastonbury, The Art of Self-Incarceration, RealTime Arts, Issue 125 February-March 2015, p 45

Review: Robert Nelson, Donna McRay, Kate Scardifield Explore Life and Death Propositions for Women, Sydney Morning Herald, 24 February

Exhibition: Taken to Task, curated by Dara Gill, Kudos Gallery, Sydney, 24 February - 5 March

Review: Dylan Rainforth, Project 15: DEATH/LIFEArt Guide Australia, February 6

Exhibition: Experimenta: Recharge, 6th International Biennial of Media Art, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, 27 November 2014 - 22 February 2015

Exhibition: DEATH/LIFE, curated by Sebastian Goldspink, Anna Pappas Gallery, Melbourne, 6 - 28 February


Download CV

To receive occasional updates on my projects please enter your email address below: