Open Day 2014

Saturday 30 August

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  • SCA studio speed dating finds the perfect course match

    Find your perfect course match at Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) on Saturday 30 August. As part of the University of Sydney’s Open Day, art students exploring their options for tertiary study in 2015 are invited to join a Studio Speed Date for an introduction to the range of studio facilities and creative expertise on offer at SCA.

  • More to an image than meets the eye

    More to an image than meets the eys

    As society becomes increasingly desensitised to the daily deluge of images that are generated through digital technologies, a new exhibition at Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) explores how contemporary artists engage with the image in today’s world.

  • Fiona Lowry wins the Archibald

    Fiona Lowry wins the Archibald

    Congratulations to Sydney College of the Arts alumna Fiona Lowry who has won the 2014 Archibald for her portrait of renowned Australian architect Penelope Seidler.

  • Jonny Niesche wins SCA’s top art prize

    Jonny Niesche wins SCA’s top art prize

    At the opening of the FAUVETTE 2014 exhibition last night, Sydney College of the Arts announced emerging, Sydney-based contemporary artist Jonny Niesche this year’s winner of the annual Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship.

  • The shortlist for SCA’s top art prize

    Sydney College of the Arts has announced the artists shortlisted for its annual $28,000 art prize: Matthew Hopkins, Emily Hunt, Biljana Jancic, Jonny Niesche and Tony Schwensen. The 2014 prize winner will be announced at the opening of the finalists’ exhibition on Wednesday 9 July at the University of Sydney’s contemporary art school in Rozelle.