Projects

 

A selection of projects and other random, curious and wonderful things Fenella has been involved with - narrating an app, being on the jury for various awards and anything else that comes to mind.

 
 
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Sydney Brutalism Tour 

Take a tour with me through Sydney's brutalist heritage as I narrate the stories of the finest examples of Brutalism, built between 1962 and 1985. The tour covers 50 sites, including Sirius Apartments in Sydney, buildings in University of Sydney and NSW campuses, civic and residential buildings in Parramatta, Sutherland and as far as Penrith. The tour builds appreciation of brutalism and raises awareness of buildings that face an uncertain future, and worse, demolition. Download the free Geotourist app from the Apple and Google Play app stores to take the GPS-led tour on your smartphone.

 
 Australian Furniture Design Awards 2015 - Judge   Interview with Stylecraft. 

Australian Furniture Design Awards 2015 - Judge
Interview with Stylecraft. 

 National Architecture Awards Jury 2016 

National Architecture Awards Jury 2016 

 School of Life -  Faculty member

School of Life - Faculty member

 

Chrissie Amphlett #itouchmyselfproject

I was one of the ambassadors for the I Touch Myself Project a few years ago, supporting women with breast cancer.

 

Artbank

I was interviewed by Artbank about one of the works in their collection by Australian photographer, Kurt Sorensen.

'The River Turon', 2012 and 'Sofala 1872' series, 2012

 
 Nick Stathopoulos  Title: Art does belong. Portrait of Fenella Kernebone Medium: acrylic and oil glaze on canvas Dimensions: 138 x 138cm   Finalist in Archibald prize, 2012.

Nick Stathopoulos

Title: Art does belong. Portrait of Fenella Kernebone
Medium: acrylic and oil glaze on canvas
Dimensions: 138 x 138cm

Finalist in Archibald prize, 2012.