Degree Shows

SCA Undergraduate Degree Show

The SCA Undergraduate Degree Show showcases some of Sydney’s most talented emerging artists in a vibrant display of artistic experimentation.

At the end of each academic year the SCA campus comes to life as over 3000 people descend on Callan Park for the Degree Show opening celebrations, featuring work by students completing the Bachelor of Visual Arts and Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours).

Works by over 120 third year students will be on display across the campus in each of the studio areas: Film and Digital Art, Jewellery and Object, Painting, Photomedia, Printmedia and Sculpture.

In addition, SCA Galleries will host the work of 40 students completing their Honours degree. This capstone experience prepares students for the commercial art sector and provides opportunities to have their work viewed by collectors, curators and gallery directors.

Join current, past and future students, industry contacts, family and friends to celebrate the hard work of our graduating cohort and the creative talents of the next generation.


The 2015 Degree Show and the Dean’s Awards were made possible by the generous support of Artereal Gallery, The Art Scene in association with Chroma, Derivan and Faber Castell, Canal Road Film Centre, Dominik Mersch Gallery, St Jerome’s Laneway Festival and Tilly’s Art and Office Supplies.

2015 Degree Show Catalogue

The SCA Degree Shows catalogue documents the work of final year students. To order a copy of the publication, please submit your payment online by clicking here.

Once your payment has been processed, we will be in contact with you to arrange postage or collection of the catalogue.

You can also view a PDF of the catalogue.

Please email to purchase past catalogues

Postgraduate Examination Exhibitions

SCA has four annual postgraduate exhibition periods which exhibit the works of students graduating from the PhD, MFA, MSA, and MMI degrees.

Held in February, June, September and December in the SCA Galleries, the achievements of our students are celebrated at a Thursday evening launch event, with the exhibition open to the public for viewing over the following Friday and Saturday.