$10,000 award for Master’s student [29 April 2016]
Thanks to the support of Urban Art Projects, a student from mainland China commencing a Master’s degree at Sydney College of the Arts in 2016 will receive the $10,000 Urban Art Projects Award.
Lindy Lee’s Circle of Life [28 April 2016]
Late last year Chinese-Australian artist and Sydney College of the Arts lecturer Lindy Lee completed her biggest sculptural work yet, The Life of Stars, in China. The celebrated contemporary artist, with an incredible career that spans three decades, says the Shanghai public art project is one of her great accomplishments.
The 24/7 city, creativity and the lockout [27 April 2016]
Sydney College of the Arts alumnus Huseyin Sami will be illuminating the façade of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) for [[i||Vivid Sydney]] from 27 May – 13 June 2016.
The 24/7 city, creativity and the lockout [17 March 2016]
Bars, clubs and other places of mischief have an enormously important role in our societies and not just for the young.
SCA resident artist sets sail for her first Sydney Biennale [10 March 2016]
Over the last six weeks Sydney-based artist and SCA graduate Lauren Brincat has been in residence at the University of Sydney’s art school working on a mammoth installation for her first Sydney Biennale, which opens on 18 March.
Roger Ballen's Theatre of the Mind played out in Sydney exhibition [15 February 2016]
His raw, black & white images are alluring, fascinating and disturbing. He is one of the most important and exciting photographers of the 21st century. The intriguing work of Roger Ballen is coming to Australia, to Sydney College of the Arts (SCA), this March in the artist's first major Sydney exhibition.
Pop-up art for Sydney leg of Laneway Festival at SCA [20 January 2016]
Sunday Punch, a ‘knockout’ art exhibition, will be staged for the Sydney leg of this year’s St Jerome’s Laneway Festival at Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) on Sunday 7 February.
Wingara Mura - Bunga Barrabugu Summer Program at SCA [18 January 2016]
Sydney College of the Arts (SCA) welcomed twenty year 11 and 12 Aboriginal and Torrres Strait Islander students from all over the country this week for the annual Bunga Barrabugu Summer Program. Led by SCA lecturer Janelle Evans, the talented group of students engaged in a program of art-making that encompassed producing work in the Printmedia, Screen Arts, and Jewellery studios, as well as creating a group mural painting.