SCA lecturer Julie Rrap’s exhibition Blow Back opens tonight (7 June) 6-8pm @roslynoxley9 . The exhibition continues till 7 July. 🌬👏 @julierrap #julierrap
Tomorrow Saturday 2 June, is the last day to see New Contemporaries, 11am -4pm. Closing drinks 2.00pm-4.00pm. Performances 2.00pm- Brooke Leigh, Drawn Out 2.30pm- Szymon Dorabialski, Ode to Obe 3.00pm- Chris Fox, Apparatus Suspension #scaalumni #scagalleries
SCA alumni Jonny Niesche’s collaborative project for the Vivid Festival, Virtual Vibration, opened last night and can be experienced from 6.30pm-11pm until June 16. Congratulations @jonnyhonky ✨💖👏#jonnyniesche #scaalumni Virtual Vibration transforms the facade of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) with an evolving image that brings together the cheerful dissonance of psychedelia with the formal concerns of high modernism. The large-scale projection mapping of the installation is a highly collaborative creative work produced by the Spinifex Group in conjunction with Australian artist Jonny Niesche and composer Mark Pritchard It explores the art of Jonny Niesche whose beguiling compositions offer shifting, sensory experiences produced by subtle acts of reflection, transparency and movement. Mark Pritchard’s accompanying score adds an epic, monumental sound to this beautiful and mesmerising experience.
Congratulations to SCA graduate and lecturer Amanda Williams who was awarded the MAMA Art Foundation National Photography Prize 2018 👏 The exhibition of 12 finalists work is @mamalbury until 22 July. image: Amanda Williams, Cooleman Plain Karst, Kosciuszko National Park, (Know who you are at every age), 2017-2018. Unique gelatin silver photograph on diabond with custom Kosciuszko Ash timber frame
Congratulations to recent SCA graduate Tracey Clement who was awarded the Blake Established Artist Residency Prize for her work ‘Metropolis Experiment’, 2018. 👏 The Blake Prize is at @casulapowerhouse until 1 July. Tracey is also exhibiting in SCA New Contemporaries at @sca_sydney until 2 June
Applications are now open for SCA’s $28,000 Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship! The Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship supports an SCA graduate to continue the development of their practice through international travel. The $28,000 prize is awarded on the basis of an application and visual assessment by a panel of judges. Drawing from the wealth of talent from recent graduates, the Fauvette exhibition features five finalists and has cemented a strong reputation for quality in contemporary art. The recipients and finalists include some of the most prominent contemporary artists in Sydney. Application close, 5pm Tuesday 12 June. More info, http://sydney.edu.au/sca/alumni/fauvette-loureiro.shtml image: Nick Dorey, Duet//Conjunction//Islands in the Stream, 2017, installation detail. Winner, 2017. Photo: Ian Hobbs.
Opening tonight 6-8pm: ‘New Contemporaries’, showcasing the work of 14 recent graduates from our postgraduate programs. Images (L-R): Harley Ives, Chris Fox, Zoe Marni Robertson #scagalleries
Final hours to see SCA graduate Kate Scardifield's exhibition Soft Topologies at UTS Art Gallery. The exhibition closes at 6pm. @katescardifield @uts_art 👏
Congratulations to SCA alumna Gail Hastings who was awarded the 2018 Redlands Konica Minolta Art Prize’s Established artist category and to SCA alumni Adrian McDonald who was awarded the Emerging artist category 👏👏 - Curated by SCA alumna Nike Savvas, the exhibition titled Extreme Prejudice, includes works by SCA alumni Agatha Gothe-Snape, Lindy Lee, Jonny Niesche, Elizabeth Pulie, Huseyin Sami, Richard Dunn, Hayley Megan French, Kath Fries, Zoe Marni-Robertson and Consuelo Cavaniglia. - The exhibition is the National Art School Gallery til 12 May. - Image: Gail Hasting, colour circle: four colour scheme for a room, 2018, lead pencil and acrylic polymer on wood, 120 x 240 x 3cm, courtesy of the artist.
Tonight from 6pm in the SCA Galleries we're celebrating the achievements of our research candidates completing degrees in February: Jade Boyd, Stephen Burstow, Tanya Richards, Cecilia Castro, Melissa Chalker, Melissa Chahine, Cybele Cox, Romi Graham, Therese Keogh, Bujuanes Livermore, Susie Nelson, Audrey Newton, Biljana Novakovic, Kenzee Patterson, Eleni Tsomis. Exh on Friday 23, 11am-5pm & Saturday 24, 11am-4pm. Image: Cybele Cox, Beautiful Boys, (detail) 2018