2019: PhD Neuroscience candidate, Australian National University
2016: Master of Neuroscience (Advanced), Australian National University
2014: Graduate Diploma in Psychology, University of New England
2014: Graduate Diploma in Philosophy, Macquarie University
2008: Bachelor of Visual Arts with Honours, Australian National University
Solo Exhibitions (selected)
2019: (Upcoming) Jess Herrington, Braddon Art Space, Canberra
2011: CAVE, WW Gallery, Hackney Downs, London, UK
2010: CAVE, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Manuka, ACT
2010: A particular excess, Platform Gallery, Melbourne, VIC
2009: Solid things and not so solid things, Iain Dawson Gallery, Paddington, NSW
2009: The, Ryan Renshaw Gallery, Fortitude Valley QLD
Group Exhibitions (selected)
2019: (Upcoming) Connections, Science & Art Collaborations, CSIRO discovery centre, Canberra
2018: Emotions Invented by the Internet, Verge Gallery, Sydney
2018: The Colour and the Shape, School of Art Gallery, Australian National University
2018: Emotions Invented by the Internet, Contour 556, Canberra
2018: Demo Night, Vision Science Society Conference, Florida, USA
2018: Abstract Digital, Art Not Apart festival, Canberra
2017: Night of Light, European Conference of Visual Perception, Berlin
2015: Women of Rock, Bootstrap Gallery, London, UK.
2012: Black Feast, WW Gallery, London, UK
2012: How to talk with a Mountain, Paper Mountain Gallery, Perth, Western Australia
2012: Artificialia, The Albany, London, UK
2011: Pagan Pop, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Australia
2011: Time for Tea, Satellite Exhibitiion during the 54th International Venice Biennale, exhibited with WW Projects, Venice
2011: Footprints, Belconnen Art Space, Canberra
2010: Just a little bit precious, M16 Artspace, Canberra
2009: Anonymous Drawings, Kunstraum Kreuzberg, Berlin, Germany
2009: Brett Whitely Travelling Art Scholarship, Brett Whiteley Studio, Sydney
2009: Sparkle and Shine, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Manuka
2009: Cube3, part of Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Australian National University, Canberra
2009: The Summer Show, Iain Dawson Gallery, Paddington, Sydney
2008: Left or Leaving, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, Manuka
2008: Off The Wall, a part of Art Brisbane 08, Southbank, Brisbane, Australia
2008: National Youth Self Portrait Prize, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra
2007: Wet/Dry, Albury regional gallery, Australia
Prizes, Grants, Awards and Residencies
2018: Augmented Reality in Medical Science Teaching, MHS Dean’s Stretegic Funding for Education Initiatives (jointly awarded with collaborator Dr Corinne Carle), Australian National University
2016: Synapse Residency, Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT)
2015: Out of round funding grant, Arts ACT, Canberra
2011: Artist in Residence, WW Gallery, Hackney Downs, London, UK
2010: ArtStart grant, $10,000 monetary award, Australia Council
2010: Visiting Fellow, Research School of Chemistry, Australian National University
2010: Artist in Residence, Serial Space Gallery, Chippendale, Sydney
2009: Finalist, Brett Whitely Travelling Art Scholarship, Sydney
2008: Emerging Artists Support Scheme, Molonglo Group Acquisition Award, Canberra
2008: National Youth Self Portrait Prize, $10,000 monetary award, the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra
2007: The Visual and Performing Arts award for Mixed Media, monetary grant, the Golden Key International Honour Society, USA
WW Gallery, London, UK
National Portrait Gallery, Australia
Bluetenweiss gallery, Berlin, Germany
Ruangrupa gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia
Molonglo Development Group, Canberra, Australia
Various private collections worldwide
2016: Fight or flight: crafting fear through film.
2016: The art of Ken and Julia Yonetani on view in the Last Temptation.
2015: Your brain on art: the work of Takeshi Murakami.
2015: Culinary relational aesthetics: a delicious fusion of art and science.
2015: How we evolved to be emotionally moved by art.
2015: Art and science collide in the work of James Turrell.
2015: The emerging field of neuroaesthetics analyses the brain in order to understand art.
2015: Book review: Fine art and perceptual neuroscience.
2014: Can knowledge be found in works of art?
2009: Frankie Magazine (online) www.frankie.com.au/whats-on/354-jessica-herrington-
2008: The Weekend Australian, 29th March, p.5
2008: The Canberra Times, 29th March, p.1