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Miriam Cabello is a Chilean-Australian interdisciplinary artist, curator, and academic educator, based in Sydney. She has exhibited internationally and nationally; her highlights include the Biennial of Contemporary Art, Florence, Italy; the first Australian bestowed at the international Annual Religious Art and Architecture Design Awards for “The Pugilist Passion–Black Jesus”. The United States Sports Academy’s 2014 Sports Artist of the Year. Her latest major group exhibition, LOSS, Casula Powerhouse, and commission, “Trinity Salute”, is held at St Luke’s, Enmore.
An entrepreneur at heart, in 1993, Miriam established MLC Powerhouse Design. In 2003, founded MLC Gallery. The inaugural exhibition exposed the conflict of the Iraqi war, displacement, and refugees. MLC’s interdisciplinary team collaborated to redesign, produce, manage and curate over 180 publicly acclaimed multimodal exhibitions. In 2016 Miriam won the EOI to launch her art studio/gallery in Newtown. Collaborating with the Sydney Peace Prize, the inaugural exhibition Layering Black examined the Global/Glocal #BlackLivesMatter protests, addressing trauma and building the communities’ resilience. Partnering with Vivid Ideas, her team produced one of the top five events. ‘Cause & Effect’, an interdisciplinary exhibition/installation of five CaLD artists, artist talks and two sold-out conferences for Vivid Ideas, City of Sydney.
As South West Sydney Health and Arts Coordinator, she leads the Strategic Implementation of Innovative Health+Arts projects/programs. In 2020, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Miriam created, delivered, and evaluated a new curatorial/educational model to bring the healing power of art within Liverpool Hospital’s Mental Health Unit’s walls by launching ‘The Art of Healing – A Curated Health Art Exhibition Program’. Due to the overwhelming success with a proven track record, Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital selected her transdisciplinary model for their cancer unit. Her pilot projects delivered throughout 2021 won the 2021 SWSLHD Quality Awards in the category – Enhancing the Patients’ Experience through Arts. NSW Health and South Western Sydney Local Health District.