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This video shows an interview with Shana about her exhibition from Down the Rabbit Hole at Spectrum Project Space ECU 12th February – 5th March 2021. This exhibition was the Culmination of her Master of Arts by Research Degree in Visual Arts

This video shows the making of the large drawing from the Down the Rabbit Hole exhibition in 2021

This video shows Shana’s artists’ books from 2010 – 2015

The audio from this video (below) aired on ABC radio national as part of the Books and Arts Program on 5th October 2015

It wasn’t the book, or even the Disney movie, that first sparked WA artist Shana James’s interest in Alice in Wonderland. Instead it was a 1971 American audio recording of the story, that was played on repeat in the artist’s childhood home.

This video shows the process of drypoint printing with information about the ideas behind the artwork.

The following video shows Shana printing a large scale drypoint ala poupee.

Creating a large scale linocut. Carving and printing. The finished work – six impossible things befor Breakfast has been hand-painted by the artist and is available from STALA CONTEPORARY gallery in Perth , Western Australia.

Pre-Covid Shana facilitated a linocut workshop in Ubud Bali, following video shows the workshop go to for more information

Shana printing linocuts from the Understanding Alice series.

The following video is a teaching STEAM project created by Shana James and taught in collaboration with Arif Satar for the City of Kwinana, rolled out in four schools.

Pre-Covid Shana ran this workshop every year in Ubud. For more detailed information go to:

Exhibition of Shana James and Ebony Russell plus Students of Ubud Art Workshops Linocut Retreat in Bali.