Here is the link to the tutorial / software / app resource from the presentation at St Dominic’s College. This has been and is being updated to reflect feedback and a better understanding of the purpose of the day.
Sally’s photographic series was selected for inclusion in this years ArtExpress exhibition at the Armory Gallery @ Olympic Park.
Think you’d like to spend a few days at Arthur Boyd’s Bundanon residence staying in accommodation designed by Glen Murcott? If you haven’t done so already, check out this video of Wyndham students at Bundanon and get a deposit back to the front office by 25th October. This is a great opportunity to be part of an exceptional immersion into some serious art-making.
“Employers are crying out for recruits who are creative. The notion that arts and music are not seen as ‘hard’ enough subjects is damaging to the economy.”
Here’s a thoughtful; albeit, relatively brief piece, on the value of creative thinking and creativity in education.
The notion that the Arts should sit below the post industrial hierarchy of English, Maths, Science and the Humanities is antiquated. Everything we have (man-made) comes from the minds of creative people. Simply ludicrous to undervalue it.
Read the full article here
I saw this at this years Semi Permanent. A great collaborative street project.
“The Hours Tower Mural Project is an ongoing art project at The 4217 in Surfers Paradise, Australia which aims to bring well known artists to the Gold Coast to collaborate together using the three storey high lift-shaft at The 4217 as their canvas.
Curated by The Hours, the project will regularly see two different Australian artists invited to paint a collaborative artwork on the huge lift-shaft, providing Surfers Paradise with a truly unique large scale and evolving piece of public art.
This is the first mural for the ongoing project, painted by Beastman and Jae Copp in April 2013.” @ Vimeo
For anyone following the Case Study on Lichtenstein this documentary should provide some very useful insights.
At the Visual Art Graduation Breakfast for the Body of Work 2012 submissions Daniel Repeti interviewed a selection of students about their HSC submissions. Featured in this video are Naomi Chilcott, Christina Egger, Paul Mills and Eleanor Saxon.