Jacqueline F Gribbin is an Australian/British national who has lived in the N.T. since 2007. After graduating in the UK, she moved to Japan and trained as a Printer, living there for 11 years. In 2005 she was Printer-in-Residence at Singapore Tyler Print Institute and Senior Printer from 2006-2007. Jacqueline was Workshop Manager at Northern Editions Printmaking Studio for five years.
In 2012 she was invited to be Artist-in-Residence in Japan under a grant from the Agency of Cultural Affairs. Jacqueline collaborated with woodblock artist Ralph Kiggell in 2013 on a printmaking project with migrant children in northwest Thailand and worked with him in his studio in Bangkok in 2014. They exhibited at H Gallery in Bangkok in ‘Metamorphosis and Flux: An International Exhibition on Translation’, which toured to China, New Zealand and Artspace Mackay, Australia in 2015. She is currently lives and works in Humpty Doo near Darwin.