Australian artists’ archives revealed for the 40th anniversary of International Women’s Day[26 Febuary 2015]
A moving archive of contemporary¬¬ art, film and social history projects that reflect on past experiences of Australian women opens at Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) on 5 March to commemorate the 40th anniversary of International Women’s Day.
A dream at 13 comes alive on Friday the 13th[13 Febuary 2015]
Kiah Roache-Turner, an alumnus of Sydney College of the Arts, and his brother Tristan Roache-Turner will release their first feature film nationally on the big screen this Friday the 13th!
SCA graduates receive top art prizes in Clyde & Co Art Project[13 Febuary 2015]
Two of the four SCA graduates chosen to exhibit in the Clyde & Co Art Project in Sydney this year have taken out the two art prizes at the exhibition opening on 10 February.
A kick start for ten SCA graduates in Young Artists Initiative[30 January 2015]
Ten SCA graduates from 2014 are exhibiting in the Young Artists Initiative (YAI-14) at .M Contemporary in Woollahra, Sydney, from 31 January to 8 February 2015.
A trio of new art exhibitions opening at SCA Galleries exposes fresh insights to Aboriginal, Italian and Korean politics and culture.
Ben Quilty’s exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery[16 January 2015]
Works from Ben Quilty’s recent solo exhibition at London’s Saatchi Gallery features in anexhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery until 1 March.
Oliver Watts named curator for John Fries Award[5 January 2015]
Sydney curator, artist, writer and SCA lecturer Oliver Watts has been named the John Fries Award’s Guest Curator for 2015.