Jacqui Driver was born in New Zealand, 1960.
Jacqui Driver is a Sydney-based artist who works with lithography, sculpture, and installation. She has been exhibiting nationally and internationally for many years and her work is held by The National Gallery of Australia, as well as Artbank and numerous other public and private collections. Jacqui has been a lecturer in printmaking at UNSW Art and Design since 2004, teaching 2D studies at ACU since 2012 and teaches in the National Art School Printmaking department delivering the undergraduate lithography intensives. For many years she worked as a lithographic printer for artists in Australia and in Dublin, Ireland.
1991 – “Attitude: Graduate Diploma Exhibition” , at Canberra School of Art, Australia
1992 – “The Land: The National Heart Foundation Portfolio of Prints” , at aGOG, Canberra, Australia
1992 – “The print, the press, the artist and the printer”, at Drill Hall Gallery (ANU), Canberra, Australia
2019 – “Woman on the Edge”, at AIRspace Projects, Sydney, Australia
2020 – “Edge of Disquiet”, at Gaffa Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2021 – “Periphery”, at Alternating Current Art Space, Melbourne, Australia