In the press: Sydney Morning Herald

“Sheila Cruthers never finished school, but by the time she died in 2011, aged 86, the former shop girl from regional Western Australia had made a major impact on the lives of women artists”. Sydney Morning Herald’s Jenna Price writes about Sheila Cruthers and how the Sheila Foundation came to launch

The Sydney Morning Herald: The art world angel, her son, the countess and the detectiveRead the article

Read more

“The Australian slang term ‘sheila’, a derogatory term for a woman, is a relic of another, more sexist time. But, like other contested words, it has been reclaimed and reappr

What’s it like for a young woman artist trying to make her way in the artworld of today? Bella Chidlow is a recent art school graduate interning with the SHEILA Foundation. Here