Dr Yvette Watt (Australia)

Yvette Watt's art practice spans more than 20 years. She has held numerous solo exhibitions and has been the recipient of a number of grants and awards. Her work is held in important public and private collections including Parliament House, Canberra, Artbank and the Art Gallery of WA.

Yvette Watt was recently awarded a PhD from Tasmanian School of Art, University of Tasmania, where shealso holds a position as an Associate Lecturer in Painting. She is a member of the Animals and Society (Australia) Study Group and a committee member of theUTas Animals and Society Study Group.

Yvette has been actively involved in animal advocacy since the mid 1980s. She was a founding member of Animal Rights Advocates (Western Australia) and Against Animal Cruelty Tasmania and is currently Vice President of Animals Australia and President of the Community Legal Centre for Animal Welfare.

Yvette lives and works in Hobart, Tasmania.

Powerpoint (PPT, 20.95MB) of Yvette Watt's recent work.