SCA Galleries play an important role in the life of Sydney College of the Arts as a resource and educational device for students and staff. By providing the community with access to a range of challenging and innovative exhibitions and events, the galleries also provide an opportunity for SCA to develop a public understanding and appreciation of contemporary art.
The SCA Gallery is a site for staff, students, visiting professional artists, scholars and curators to develop, experiment and present research and artistic works to SCA and the broader arts community.
The Graduate School Program hosts up to 8 exhibitions a year which explore the concepts, technologies and practices emerging from the postgraduate degrees.
The Callan Park Gallery for Self-Taught and Outsider Art is part of the SCA Galleries complex. Its mission is to showcase Self-taught and Outsider work of the highest quality in an ongoing series of exhibitions.
|Sunday Punch||Heidi Abraham, Vicky Browne, Eugene Choi, Stefano Di Lorenzo, Chris Dolman, Nicholas Dorey, Chris Fox, Will French, Liam Garstang, Hossein Ghaemi, Robin Hungerford, Harley Ives, Anna John, Richard Kean, Clare Milledge, James Nguyen, Koji Ryui, Huseyin Sami, Kate Scardifield, Ben Terakes and Justene Williams||Thursday 11 February, 6-8pm
||Friday 12 February||Saturday 13 February|
|Roger Ballen||Roger Ballen||Tuesday 15 March, 6-8pm
||Wednesday 16 March||Saturday 30 April|
|Re-told Untold Stories||Phaptawan Suwannakudt|
Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts
|Professor Feng Feng, Head of Experimental Department, GAFA
Professor Liu Qing Yuan, Senior lecture, GAFA
Yang Xiaoman, lecture, GAFA
Yang Feiyi, lecture, GAFA
Curator: Professor Fan Lin, GAFA
|Postgraduate alumni exhibition||To be announced||Wednesday 11 May, 6-8pm||Thursday 12 May||Saturday 11 June|
|Fieldwork: Artist Encounters||Barbara Campbell
Maria Fernanda Cardoso
Williams River Valley Artists’ Project
Writer: Frances Dyson
Curated by Gary Warner
|Wednesday 6 July, 6-8pm
||Thursday 7 July||Saturday 30 July|
|Femflix||Animation program: Sarah Watt, Lee Whitmore, Ann Joliffe, Antoinette Starciewicz VNS Matrix;
Live action film program: Alison McLea,; Jane Campion, Twilight Girl, Jackie Farkas;
Special focus: The short films of Janet Merewether;
Contemporary installation: Elena Knox
|Wednesday 10 August, 6-8pm||Thursday 11 August||Saturday 3 September|
-Multimedia video works by Josh Wodak, Elaine Gan, Tim Collins and Reiki Goto;
-Sculptural and sound installations by Andrew Lavery, David Haines, Kath Fries, Sean O’Connell and Janet Laurence;
-Computer and field drawings by Penelope Dunstan and Paul Thomas;
-A collaboration between Prof. Ron Boyd, sedimentary geologist and SCA students;
-Works by SCA post-grads selected from an open call for works relating to this theme.
|Wednesday 5 October, 6-8pm||Thursday 6 October||Saturday 29 October|
|Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travelling Scholarship Exhibition||To be announced||Wednesday 5 October, 6-8pm||Thursday 6 October||Saturday 29 October|
|Degree Show||Bachelor of Visual Arts and Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) students||Tuesday 15 November, 6-8pm||Wednesday 16 November||Tuesday 22 November|
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