BA (Hons), MA, PhD (in progress)
Brie has been a tutor in the Bachelor of Photography Commercial & Art majors.
She has been a lecturer for the past 15 years, and also teaches at RMIT, Melbourne. Brie has previously lectured at the Victorian College of the Arts, School of Photography, Film & Television Foundation courses, Melbourne, (AU) Victoria University (VUT), Melbourne, (AU) RMIT School of Media & Communication, (AU), RMIT, School of Fashion & Textiles (AU).
Brie Trenerry is a local artist who has worked primarily with video and multi-media for the past 20 years and has exhibited extensively both in Australia and internationally. She co-founded Moonlight Cinema Adelaide, Kings ARI in Melbourne and worked as a video consultant for ACCA and as guest artist at the Melbourne Arts Centre. She was the recipient of the RMIT Siemens Fine Art Award in 2002. Recent exhibitions include, Very Unco, at the Torrance Museum, Los Angeles, 2017, Art + Film: Beautiful and Deathly Nature: New World Gothic, curated by Erin Coates, Museum Contempoary Art (MCA), Sydney, Hobiennale, Elapse, curated by Will Heathcote, Hobart, Tasmania., Double Blind, First Site gallery RMIT, Melbourne, Total Field, Australian Experimental Art Foundation (AEAF), Adelaide 2015, Nervous Tension at Careof, Milan curated by Anabelle Lacroix. Trenerry is currently the recipient of an RMIT scholarship undertaking a PhD in Screen Cultures at the RMIT School of Media and Communication. She is also the curator of the MARS gallery video space in Windsor.
Brie's subjects/expertise is in Video art, expanded cinema, screen based Installation, video production, post production, Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X.
Photography Studies College (Melbourne) is a division of Photography Holdings Pty. Ltd.
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