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Left: Swimming with the fish, Lord Howe Island
Below: Photo of Nick by Greg Weight
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ABOUT NICK

I have exhibited annually at Gallery East in Clovelly, Sydney since 2000;  at the Historic Houses Trust Members’ Lounge, The Mint, Macquarie Street Sydney in 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012 and 2013; at the Historic Houses Association in Juniper Hall, Sydney in 2014 and at the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust in 2015,

A group exhibition - The North Head Project at the Manly Art Gallery and Museum in 2017. The Weswal Gallery, Tamworth exhibited my work in 2020 & 2022. The Manly Art Gallery and Museum held my Waterways exhibition in 2020.

Until 2015 I was the Deputy Executive Director of the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust, opening up  a number of former Defence sites around Sydney Harbour, such as Middle Head, Georges Heights and Chowder Bay in Mosman, Cockatoo Island, Woolwich Dock and the former Artilliery School at North Head. Prior to that I worked on many urban design projects at Keys Young, including Geelong Waterfront, Maroubra Beach Masterplan, Darling Harbour, Australian Technology Park Redfern

I wrote and illustrated  “Warm House Cool House” a book about  designing to suit Australia’s climates, the revised edition was published by UNSW Press/Choice Books in 2012.

I taught in Architecture at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria 1977 - 1979. I lecture Sustainable Architecture Practice at the University of Sydney.

More information about Nick Hollo:

http://zoneonearts.com.au/nick-hollo/

https://www.daao.org.au/bio/nick-hollo/biography/

Issue 20, Oz Arts Magazine  www.ozarts.net.au

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