20 August – 19 NovemberAustralian Muslim Artists 2021 ExhibitionNovember 19, 202128 days to go.
No Added Sugar exhibition
- Fatima Killeen becomes first woman to win Muslim art prize
- Fatima Killeen – one of the country’s most highly regarded Muslim artists is the recipient of the Australian Muslim Artists Art Prize 2021.
- Collision exhibition reviewed in the Canberra Times by Sasha Grishin
- Fatima Killeen – Printing the collograph plate “No to War”
- Opening of the Collision exhibition by Fatima Killeen in the City News
- SBS Arabic 24 interviews Fatima about her new exhibition “Collision”
- Collision article by Muhammad Bakir in Watanpress newspaper
Read articles & reviews
National Museum of Australia
Moroccan Mile Markers
Faith, Fashion, Fusion
Islamic Museum of Australia
- Arabic calligraphy
- Australia Council for the Arts
- Australian Muslim Women's Art Project
- Australian War Memorial
- book exhibition
- Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre
- Fatima Killeen
- High fashion
- Human Rights Commission
- Islamic Museum of Australia
- Moroccan art
- Moroccan explorer
- Muslim Women
- National Museum of Australia
- No Added Sugar
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Canberra City News – Helen Musa CLICK HERE to read the article
“Serene beauty and urgent tone have a powerful message” Read the review HERE or CLICK on the image below.
Fatima working in her printing studio at home.
The Collision exhibition opening is at 6pm on Friday 6 September at the Belconnen Arts Centre gallery and runs for 2 months until late October.
In January 2018, Fatima was recorded in an interview in Arabic discussing her work, art awards and the acquisition of her artworks by a number of Australian institutions. Click on the image below to listen to the SBS Radio Arabic … Continue reading
A short video about my art produced for AwacerTV in Morocco
Across the last few years my work has been displayed at museums in Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne. Two large works along with my life story and other personal items have been on permanent display at the National Museum’s Australian Journeys exhibition since the exhibit opened in 2009. One of the works, … Continue reading
Fatima Killeen and Benita Tunks in front of the ‘The shroud has no pockets’ and ‘Awakening of an old flame 1 & 2’.
In 2004 the Canberra Islamic Centre (CIC) produced a government sponsored video about the centre and its members. I was one of three people interviewed to show how the centre interacts with the community. A seven minute excerpt showing footage in my studio and some of my artworks is … Continue reading
Fatima Killeen Rumiyat: Dreaming of Paradise 2007 Etchings, dry roses, found objects on wood 3 pieces 30cm (L) x 25cm(W) x 10cm(D) each The world of Rumi is unique. It is a sanctum where religion, status, race or political forces … Continue reading