Alana Di Giacomo 

Lives and works in Fremantle, Western Australia.


2011 Master of Visual Art, Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, Australia.

2010 Postgraduate Diploma Visual Art, Victorian College of Arts, University of Melbourne.


2021  Outgrowth, Goolugatup Heathcote Cultural Precinct, Duncraig, Western Australia.

2020  Outgrowth, Goolugatup Heathcote Cultural Precinct, Duncraig, Western Australia 

      (postponed due COVID-19).

2019  Woven Field, Private residence, Perth, Western Australia.

2015   Time Away. Claremont, Perth, Western Australia.

2014   Howl. Group Show. Brunswick Arts Space, Melbourne, Australia.

2012   That’s Hats. School House Studios, Abbotsford, Melbourne, Australia.

2011   Don’t Drag Me into The Weight of This Mess. Seventh Gallery, Melbourne.

2011    Proud. Group show. VCA Masters Graduate Exhibition, Melbourne, Australia.

2011    VCA Post-Graduate Exhibition, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.

2006    Digital Heart. Ballan and Pannan Galleries, Melbourne, Australia.

2006 – 08 Freestyle: New Australian Design for Living. Collective tour exhibition. Organised by        Object gallery, Sydney. Presented in Melbourne, Sydney, Milan and London.

2005    SaloneSatellite. Zuii at Salone del Mobile Milano.

2005    Sapphire Inspired. Bathhouse Studios, New York City.

2006    Somewhere Between. Zuii. Object Gallery, Sydney.

2004    Sydney Morning Herald Exhibition. Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.


2020  Fremantle Arts Centre, Western Australia. 

2020  National Assistance Program for the Arts, Sydney Myer Fund & The Myer Foundation.


2020    Raindrops, Album artwork. Musician/ John Francis Carroll, Melbourne, Australia.

2018    Milestones, Album artwork. Musician/ John Francis Carroll, Melbourne, Australia.

2017    Coffee House Music. Album artwork. Musician/ John Francis Carroll, Melbourne.

2016    Blues Instrumentals. Album artwork. Musician/ John Francis Carroll, Melbourne.

2015    Musica Dalla Corsia. Album artwork. Musician/ John Francis Carroll, Melbourne.


2007    Australian Home Beautiful Product of The Year Award. Sydney.

2005    Wallpaper Magazine. The Wallpaper Design Awards. “Best of Category Award” Best 

      Young Designers (under 30).

2004    Sydney Morning Herald Young Designer of The Year Award. Runner-up. Australia.

2005    Bombay Sapphire Design Discovery Award. Australia, Runner-up.

2004    State of the Arts. Ten Designers to Watch. Australia.


2007    Pure Design Now: Book. Julien Calmettes. Publisher: Monsa Publications, Barcelona.

2006    YAD Young Asian & Pacific Designers. Joachim Fischer Publisher: Daab, Germany.

2007    & Fork: Book. Creator: Tom Dixon. Publisher: Phaidon, London.

2006    Freestyle: New Design for Living: Book. Publisher Thames & Hudson.

Alana Di Giacomo’s work has been acquired for a number of private and public collections in Australia and internationally.