Dr Eugenia Raskopoulos
Diploma of Arts (1979)
Since her first solo exhibition in 1984, Raskopoulos has exhibited nationally and internationally and has been included in the collections of most major state galleries in Australia and the National Gallery of Australia. She has had solo exhibitions at the Art Gallery of NSW, Australia Centre for Photography, Arc One Gallery, Melbourne, William Wright//Artists, Sydney, Gallery 4A, Performance Space and Artspace.
Raskopoulos’ practice engages with the power structures of culture and language and operates within an interdisciplinary zone that synthesizes photography, video, performance and installation.
Bachelor of Visual Arts (1989)
Nike Savvas’ extensive career developed internationally whilst maintaining an Australian presence. Recently Savvas held a solo exhibition at Leeds Art Gallery, Liberty and Anarchy (2012-2013) and released a monograph, ‘Nike Savvas Full of Love Full of Wonder’ (Black Dog Publishing, London, 2012). Exhibitions include ‘Visual Music’ (MoCA, Los Angeles 2005), Indian Triennale (New Delhi, 2005 - Jury Prize). Savvas’ work featured in ‘New Contemporaries’ (Camden Arts Centre, London) and ‘Primavera’ (MCA, Sydney). Notable Awards and Collections: MCA Primavera Acquisitive Art Award, ACT Creative Arts Fellowship, Australia Council Fellowship, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Auckland Art Gallery. Major commissions: AGNSW (2014), Nike Town, San Francisco (2013), MCA, Sydney (2013), and Deutsche Bank Sydney (2005).
Master of Visual Arts (2004)
MacNeil is a London based Australian artist working predominantly in painting and video. She has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Fauvette Louriero Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship in 2006 and the Anne & Gordon Samstag International Visual Arts Scholarship in 2007. She has exhibited widely in both Australia and overseas and her work is held in public collections including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, and the Australia Council for the Arts as well as numerous Australian and international private collections.