Jane Skeer graduated from Adelaide Central School of Art in 2015, her work Quiet Square was selected for Hatched: The National Graduate Exhibition at PICA, Perth. In 2018, she was Artist in Residence at The Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, Royal Adelaide Hospital, and Loreto College. Skeer was awarded the 2018 Emerging Visual Artist of the Year at the Adelaide Critics Circle. In 2019, Skeer was a finalist in the North Sydney Art Prize, Pro Hart Art Prize, Advertiser Contemporary Art Award, the Churchie National Emerging Art Prize at IMA, Brisbane and exhibited her largest installation to date, Twine, Walkway Gallery, Bordertown. In January 2020, Jane Skeer was awarded the ACE Open/Kochi Biennale Foundation, four-week residency in Kerala, India and she has just completed a four-week residency on Kangaroo Island supported by Country Arts SA and Catherine Murphy, Palace of Production.