2010 News Archive

  • Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship 2010 Recipient Announced

    Fauvette

    Justene Williams has been announced as the recipient of the 2010 Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship. The exhibition of finalists work will be on display in the SCA Galleries until Friday 24 September.

  • Sydney Underground Film Festival 2010

    SUFF

    The 2010 Sydney Underground Film Festival, directed by SCA graduate, Stefan Popescu and MFA candidate, Katherine Berger, will open tonight at The Factory Theatre and continues to Saturday 11 September.

  • Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship

    Helen Lempriere

    The 2010 Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship will feature the work of SCA graduates Marley Dawson, Robin Hungerford, Kenzee Patterson and Jelena Telecki, PhD candidates Clare Milledge and Giles Ryder and MVA candidate Agatha Gothe-Snape.

  • Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship Finalists Exhibition

    Fauvette Loureiro

    The Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship Finalists Exhibition will open on Wednesday 8 September, 6 to 8pm in the SCA Galleries. The exhibition continues to Friday 24 September 2010.

  • Above, Below And In-between

    Tanya Richards

    Above, Below and In-Between, an exhibition by SCA graduate Tanya Alexandra Richards is on display at the UWS Art Gallery from Thursday 12 August to Friday 22 October 2010.

  • Johannes Kuhnen: A Survey Of Innovation

    Johannes Kuhnen

    Johannes Kuhnen: a survey of innovation presents the story of Johannes Kuhnen’s practice as it has evolved over more than 30 years. Associate Professor Helge Larsen will open the exhibition at Sydney College of the Arts on Wednesday 4 August, 5:30 to 7:30pm. The exhibition continues to Saturday 28 August 2010.

  • Sydney College Of The Arts - Faculty Response To The Green Paper

    SCA

    A response by the Faculty of Sydney College of the Arts to the University of Sydney Green Paper.

  • Zelda Stedman Lectureship In Visual Art Practice

    Stedman Lectureship

    Sydney College of the Arts is proud to announce that it has become the beneficiary of funds from the late Zelda Stedman bequest.

  • An Oeuvre Both Abundant And Diverse - Curated By Brad Buckley

    Debra Dawes

    The first in a series of exhibitions that will showcase alumni of the Sydney College of the Arts Painting Studio from the early 1980s to the present. An Oeuvre both Abundant and Diverse will be on display in the SCA Galleries from Wednesday 5 May to Friday 11 June 2010.

  • Journey To The Centre Of The Mind

    Jack McGrath

    A new stop motion animation has been directed by Master of Visual Arts candidate, Jack McGrath.

  • Thirteen Australian Outsider Artists - Curated By Philip Hammial

    Tony Convey

    The Australian Collection of Outsider Art in conjunction with the Self-Taught and Outsider Art Research Collection (STOARC) presents Thirteen Australian Outsider Artists, on display in the Callan Park Gallery to Wednesday 19 May 2010.

  • On The Waterfront: Four Artspace Studio Residency Artists

    On the Waterfront

    An exhibition bringing together a selection of new and existing works from Marita Fraser (Vienna and Sydney), Maria Ionico (Sydney), Sean Rafferty (Sydney) and Craig Smith (London, UK) who are all currently undertaking residencies at Artspace. On the Waterfront will be on display in the SCA Galleries from Tuesday 13 to Friday 30 April 2010.

  • APA People

    APA People

    An exhibition of figurative artworks by artists of Arts Project Australia, Melbourne, will be on display at the Callan Park Gallery until Wednesday 31 March 2010.

  • Animal or Vegetable

    Joseph Cavalieri

    Animal or Vegetable, an exhibition by SCA visiting artist, Joseph Cavalieri, will open on Tuesday 30 March, 5 to 7pm, at Sydney College of the Arts.

  • Test Site 2

    Test Site 2

    The Fine Art graduate and doctoral students in Visual Arts and Culture at York University are conducting experiments for Test Site 2, investigating the impact of their work on new audiences. The exhibition will be on display in the SCA Galleries from Wednesday 17 March to Friday 9 April 2010.

  • Jess MacNeil and Huseyin Sami

    Jess MacNeil

    An exhibition of works by two past recipients of the Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship, Jess MacNeil (2006) and Huseyin Sami (2005), will be on display in the SCA Gallery to Friday 26 March 2010.

  • Sediments Of Haptic Play

    Tanya Richards

    SCA Master of Visual Arts graduate, Tanya Alexandra Richards work will be on display at the Maitland Regional Gallery, until Sunday 28 February 2010.

  • Art after Camouflage

    Camouflage

    SCA Lecturers, Associate Professor Ann Elias and Tanya Peterson will host a session, Art After Camouflage, at the College Art Association 2010 Annual Conference in Chicago.

  • Ubuntu

    Ubuntu

    Ubuntu, an annual sale of donated art by outstanding Australian artists, will be held at Sydney College of the Arts during February 2010.

  • Dominik Mersch Gallery Award 2010

    Locust Jones

    Master of Visual Arts candidate, Locust Jones has been announced as the 2010 winner of the Dominik Mersch Gallery Award, an annual award in collaboration with Sydney College of the Arts.

  • Artstart Grant

    Claude Jones

    Sydney College of the Arts graduate, Claude Jones, has been awarded an Australia Council for the Arts Grant of $9,675 to fund a marketing strategy for the New Year.

  • Terry Burrows

    Terry Burrows

    Terry Burrows, the Technical Supervisor of the Painting Studio at SCA, will have a solo exhibition at Flinders Street Gallery, Sydney, during January 2010.