Rachel Viski is a graphic designer and artist located in Wagga Wagga, NSW. As well as delivering public art projects, she creates visual marketing communications material for artists, small to medium sized businesses and individuals for use across digital and traditional mediums.
Her most recent work is the creation of the graphic wall treatments in Wagga Wagga’s Rural Referral Hospital Children’s Ward. Rachel has contributed to various marketing and communications projects throughout the Riverina while employed in her current position at Council.
She has had a hand in conceptualising and designing the Civic Centre Christmas tree, creating the two installations in the Baylis Street Sister City Walkway and project managing the multi-award winning Waggafest Short Film Competition. Rachel contributes heavily to the community as cocreator of Melahomies – a unique social movement inspiring cultural change and behavior surrounding sun safety. As a Melahomie, she works closely with the Amie St Clair Melanoma Trust to deliver community education sessions, promote various visual marketing collateral and advocates getting naked for regular skin checks.
In 2015, Rachel helped to raise over $20,000 to assist in finding a cure for melanoma.
She is also mum of a sparkling, talkative, two-yearold, Matilda.