The Sydney College of the Arts annual Degree Shows will be on display from mid-November to mid-December 2008. The Undergraduate Degree Show opens on Tuesday 18 November, 6.00 – 8.00pm.
Sydney College of the Arts PhD candidate, David Watson's exhibition Walking With Cars will run from 22 to 30 November 2008, at Brush Farm House.
PhD candidate, Helen Pynor will be exhbiting new works at Dominik Mersch Gallery until 22 November.
Master of Documentary Photography candidate, Niobe Syme was announced the winner of the Sydney Morning Herald Shoot the Chef student art prize.
Tom Arthur's The Fertilization of Drako Vülen's cheese pizza will be on display at the Art Gallery of New South Wales from 6 September to 23 November 2008.
SCA graduates Huseyin Sami and Rolande Souliere will showcase their work in the exhibition Point of Origin at Artspace.
Refusal of Reality, curated by inaugural visiting research fellow Tim Kellner, will open on Tuesday 9 September.
Chromatic Visions, an exhibition featuring photographs of Native North American culture by Edward S. Curtis, accompanied by works of Tracey Moffatt, Fiona Foley and John Nixon, will be on display at SCA during September.
The 4th Annual 3 Weeds Art Prize will be announced on Wednesday 10 September.
Andrew Newman and Ben Terakes explore the idea of the artist as romantic through new works on display at Firstdraft.
In YokoPeace (the space between us), a photographic installation, PhD candidate Kim Connerton performs as Yoko Ono and herself.
Deadspace and the Abattoir will provide students with the opportunity to exhibit their work regularly in an experimental student environment.
Sydney College of the Arts Graduate, Chantal Labbe is currently exhibiting her paintings, REgurgitators, in the Tripod Café, Darlington.
Utility, an annual exhibition of work by Object Art and Design students at SCA, explores the theme U-Beaut and the idea of an Australian vernacular.
Fader, a new installation-based work by Ryszard Dabek, draws upon the abandoned utopian architectural projects of Mid 20th Century Warsaw while engaging the material detritus of the era.
Julian Shaw's debut film Darling! The Peter-Dirk Uys Story will be released nationwide on DVD on August 4.
Art: Histories, Theories and Exceptions, a book by Dr Adam Geczy, has been published through Berg Publishers, Oxford and New York.
Andrew Burrell and Trish Adams announced as the recipients of the Australia Council for the Arts collaborative massive multi-user virtual environment arts project.
Sahar Hosseinabadi, a Master of Visual Arts candidate at SCA has been selected for the 1st International Roaming Biennial of Tehran.
New photographic work by Nathan David Kelly will be exhibited at the Cairns Regional Gallery in July.
Professor Ross Gibson invites you to have Conversations, at the 2008 Biennale of Sydney.
Joyce Hinterding and David Haines, will exhibit a new collaborative work titled Black Canyon and Earth Field, at the San Jose Museum of Art.
Without Borders, an exhibition curated by Glenn Barkley, a PhD candidate at Sydney College of the Arts, and Peter Fay, will be on display at MUMA, Monash University, until 21 June.
My Eyes Keep Me In Trouble, curated by the German artist Tilman, will open on Thursday 5 June.
Exquisite Corpse, a collaborative research project involving current students and Alumni from Sydney College of the Arts and Parsons the New School for Design, on display until 14 June.
The Fragile Absolute, an exhibition by MVA and PhD candidates from Sydney College of the Arts, will open this week at the Delmar Gallery.
samples (A Taxonomy of Objects), an exhibition by Karin Findeis, a lecturer in Jewellery and Object at SCA, will be on display at the University of Sydney’s Macleay Museum until 12 June.
Sydney College of the Arts senior lecturer, Dr Lindy Lee, will feature on this weeks Artscape – Artists at Work.
Sydney Underground Film Festival, Directed by SCA Graduate Stefan Popescu, is calling for entries for 2008.
Sydney College of the Arts PhD candidate, Melissa Laing’s exhibition celebrates and critiques a form of movement, international air travel, that has become embedded in our social and political world.
Celebrity Drug Disasters, a production partnership between Sydney College of the Arts graduate Dr Sean Lowry and Rob Taylor, have secured a soundtrack commission for an international promotional trailer release.
Photomedia student, Jennifer Norman explores current environmental issues through visually contradictory photographs of industry in her exhibition Alternate.
PhD candidate, Helen Pynor has been announced joint winner of the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photographic Award.
SCA has once again proved its reputation as a provider of high quality teaching at the University of Sydney.
New Zealand artist, Julian Dashper will be a Visiting Scholar at Sydney College of the Arts until 28 April.
University of Sydney graduate Fiona Lowry was announced winner of the richest portrait prize in the world this week.
Current student Vilma Bader has been selected as a finalist in the Sulman Prize for her painting Home Brewed.
Glass artist Lee Mathers has won a peer award, a place in a competitive graduate exhibition and a residency in Scotland all in the space of a few months.
Investigators into the role of the PhD in creative arts have received $100,000 towards their study.
Vlad da Cunha, a graduand of the University of Sydney, recently won the Luminaires competition for his photo essay, 17.07.07: a day on the life of Sao Paolo.