• Gallery Manager, MAY SPACE (formerly Brenda May Gallery), Sydney, Australia; April 2011 – present
  • Senior Gallery Assistant, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney, Australia; December 2010 – April 2011
  • Gallery Associate, Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney, Australia; March 2009 – September 2010
  • Gallery Assistant, Helium Foundation, London, UK; November 2007 – November 2008
  • Editorial Intern, Sotheby’s Preview Magazine, London, UK; June – August 2007
  • Digital Archivist, History of Art Department, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA; September 2004 – August 2006
  • Master of Arts candidate (Research in Art Theory), University of NSW, Sydney, Australia; 2014 – present
  • Master of Arts (Coursework in Art Business), Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London, UK; 2006 – 2007
  • Bachelor of Arts (History of Art + English Literature), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA; 2003 – 06
  • reminiSCENT, MAY SPACE, Sydney, Australia; 25 July to 11 August 2018
    reminiSCENT surveys contemporary artists initiating multisensory experiences through olfactory encounters. The artworks in this exhibition privilege the sense of smell over that of vision and emphasises language and memory as understood through bodily engagement.
  • Kitchen-Studio, Black Box Projects, MAY SPACE, Sydney, Australia; 10 October to 4 November 2017
    The artists of this exhibition take the space of the kitchen as the site of their performative artwork. Utilising the domestic gesture of cooking and preparing food, the artists interrogate a number of broad themes including the body, labour, and collaboration.
  •  Mouthfeel, Black Box Projects, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney, 9 June to 4 July 2015;  Parer Place Urban Screens, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 30 November to 10 December 2015; Screen Room, Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Darwin, 9 April to 7 May 2016; Upper CVPA Gallery, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, 5 February to 20 March 2018.
    The objective of this exhibition is to stimulate a synaesthetic response in the viewer through the observation of these films. The mouth is used by these artists to trigger the sense of taste and touch by the ingestion of edible and non-edible substances.
  • Sugar, Sugar, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney, Australia; 1 to 19 October 2013
    This exhibition featured contemporary art made exclusively with sugar by ten female artists. By embodying the ephemeral nature of the substance, many of the installations only lasted for the duration of the exhibition.
  • Art + Food: Beyond the Still Life, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney, Australia; 2 to 20 October 2012
    This exhibition considered the representation of food within the visual arts and beyond the standard still life tableaux.

Caruth, Nicole, Megan Fizell, and Andrew Russeth. “Gastro-Vision: The Best in Food-Art 2010.” ART21 Magazine 17 December 2010. Web.
Caruth, Nicole, Megan Fizell, and Andrew Russeth. “Gastro-Vision: The Best in Food-Art 2012.” ART21 Magazine 21 December 2012. Web.
Fizell, Megan. “Books Unbound.” IMPRINT 51.4 (Summer 2016): 18-21. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Cloaca.” Digestion. Spec. issue of FEAST journal 2 (2012): 6, 9-11. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Dance & drawing: ways of seeing trace.” RealTime 127 (June/July 2015): 21. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Eating Robert Gober’s Bag of Donuts.” ART21 Magazine 21 January 2014. Web.
Fizell, Megan. “Evidence of a Catastrophe.” Artlink 32.4 (2012): 72-73. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Fast Food through the Lens of Still Life Photographers.” Curator 12 November 2010. Web.
Fizell, Megan. “From palette to plate.” Appetite April 2012: 62-69. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Gastroporn, or The Sexualised Eater.” Runway #29[Porn] 25 November 2015. Web.
Fizell, Megan. “Glazed Images.” Acquired Taste: Food and the Art of Consumption. Fullerton: California State University, 2012. 19-20. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Ken and Julia Yonetani / Janet Tavener.” Artlink 31.2 (2011): 156. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Last Supper.” Ceramics Monthly 59.7 (September 2011): 42-45. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Love, Loss, Masculinity and the Absurdity of the Human Condition.” Journal of Australian Ceramics 50.3 (November 2011): 48. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Perfection, Repair and Use.” Ceramics Monthly 57.10 (December 2009): 54-57. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Performative and Interactive Aspects of Sugar in Art.” Sugar, Sugar. Sydney: Brenda May Gallery, 2013. 2-3. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Sugary masterpieces.” Appetite November 2013: 44-47. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Squashings, pressings, and stains: food as a medium in printmaking and works on paper.” IMPRINT 50.1 (Autumn 2015): 26. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Who Will Seek to Serve with Conscious Clear.” IMPRINT. 50.3 (Spring 2015): 6-7. Print.
Fizell, Megan. “Wire Mesh Steel Dresses.” Das Superpaper 17 (2011): 32-33. Print.
Fizell, Megan, Natalie O’Connor, and Louise Tegart. Slow Burn – A century of Australian women artists from a private collection. Sydney: Eva Breuer Art Dealer & S.H. Ervin Gallery, 2010. Print.


“The Still Life: Past & Present.”  The Last Supper: A Sustainability Talk, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, 12 April ’14.


Bennett, Jennifer. “Art that’s good enough to eat.” Wentworth Courier December 2009: 30-31. Print.
Birnbaum, Molly. “Good Enough to Eat.” ARTNews September 2009: 40. Print.
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Gorman, James. “Exhibition Hoping to Prove a Sweet Success.” Central Magazine 25 September 2013: 7. Print.
Jansen, Charlotte. “Eat It!Elephant 21 (Winter 2015): 62-71. Print.
Kaur, Karanjeet. “Eat your art out.” Time Out Bengaluru 7-20 June 2013: 19. Print.
Krueger, Ron. “Flint native shares art of food in new blog.” The Flint Journal 4 September 2009: D4. Print.
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Wan, Ren. “Eyes on Food.” Antipasto 11 (2013): 10-15. Print.
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