Baba Blog: based in the Tokyo neighbourhood of Takadanobaba - I will be immersing myself in the eccentricities of Japanese culture for three months
on an Australia Council for the Arts studio residency: February 20th 2014 until May 20th 2014.

Books and Arts Daily Radio National with Michael Cathcart

Skullbone Experiment. mp3.mp3

The Skullbone Experiment Travels to Sydney. Opening July 18th - 30th August at COFA Ivan Dougherty Gallery

September 11th. Return to Skullbone Plains in the Central Highlands of Tasmania with Film maker- photographer Matt Newton, artist Richard Wastell, and film-maker Dr Raef Sawford.  The documentary of the artist's retreat and exhibition by Roar Film will air on ABC Television. Date to be advised.
Until September 9th 2013 Investigations: work in progress by Research by Higher Degree students at the Tasmanian College of the Arts.
Skullbone diptych. Finalist 2013 City of Hobart Art Prize. 100 cm x 200 cm
Image below: Jamming on the Rue Fontaine oil on canvas 115cm x 130 cm 2013 exhibited in group show Rue de Belleville: Gallery Pompom 22nd June until July 18th 2013, Chippendale Sydney. Reviewed in Big Lamington: http://biglamington.blogspot.com.au/  " 2 points to Megan Walch who was my daughters top pick (one to watch there)"
Megan will be going 'bush' with artists Immants Tillers, John Wolseley, Phillip Hunter, Phillip Wolfhagen, Richard Wastell, Tim Burns, Vera Moler, Julie Gough and Joel Crosswell in February for a residency/retreat at Skullbone Plains in the Central Highlands of Tasmania, organised by the Tasmanian Land Conservancy and the Purves Environmental Fund.
Skullbone Plains image: By photographer Matt Newton
9 miniature works 'Oceania' are on display at Redcliffe City Art Gallery until January 21st 2013
Megan was awarded an Australia Council Studio in Tokyo for three months in 2014
Alias 2: Remix 183cm x 184 cm 2012 Winner of the City of Hobart Art Prize People's Choice Winner at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Studio History
Megan Walch's studio in Tasmania is a renovated boat-building shed from the 1940's. The original owner and builder Mr Ron Beltz constructed several large boats and number of smaller dinghies at this location.
Travel:

USA 19996-2001

Venice  1992