Graduate School Gallery Program

The Graduate School Gallery hosts up to 8 exhibitions a year which explore the concepts, technologies and practices emerging from the postgraduate degrees.

The program is developed by a student committee (the Graduate School Student Committee) in conjunction with the Program Curator. The Committee accepts proposals from all postgraduate students, and provides these students with the opportunity to test ideas, experience the curatorial process, prepare and deliver an exhibition, and build professional and academic networks within the Graduate School community.


New Materialism

9 – 27 September
Official opening: Tuesday 9 September, 6 – 8pm

The New Materialism exhibition accompanies the 2014 Graduate School Conference, being held at SCA on September 9. The conference engages with New Materialism in Contemporary Art, an emerging trend in 21st century thought in several fields of inquiry, including philosophy, cultural theory, feminism, science studies, and the visual arts. Defined around the primacy of matter and its properties and actions, New Materialism re-works long-held assumptions about the nature of the stuff of the universe.


(15 October to 7 November)

Featuring new work by Jessica Bradford, Claire Conroy, Laura Grace, Yvette Hamilton and Daniel Hollier