Watt Space Gallery would like to thank Les Porter Photo Services for Sponsoring this years 2017 Annual Student Art Prize.
Since 1964 Les Porter has been regarded as a leading provider of photographic supplies for professional & amateur photographers, schools & universities and is master at Black and White Processing & Printing. He has Darkroom facilities available to students & provides a helping hand to produce quality photographs.
Watt Space Gallery wishes to say Thank you to Helen and Chris Ford of Signarama Newcastle for their sponsorship of this years 2017 Annual Student Art Prize.
SIGNARAMA Newcastle is your full service business sign centre. They use the latest technology and highest quality products to produce custom signs. Watt S
Located at 810 Hunter Street Newcastle, New South Wales
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The Watt Space Gallery would like to say Thankyou to Port Waratah Coal Services for their continued sponsorship of this years 2017 Annual Student Art prize.
Port Waratah Coal has been a major sponsor of the Watt Space Gallery Art Prize for a number of years giving emerging student artists the opportunity to further their own artistic careers.
Watt Space Gallery would like to thank the The Press Book House Cafe for their sponsorship of this years 2017 Annual Student Art Prize.
If your looking for some yummy eats and fabulous coffee in a cozy and cool location then be sure to pop into this great cafe. And… It is oh so conveniently located directly across the road from the NEW University Campus and Watt Space Gallery in the cultural hub of Newcastle city.
Watt Space Gallery would like to give a massive THANKYOU to Piggs Peake Winery for their continued support of the Watt Space Gallery. This wonderful winery has generously donated some beautiful wine for our opening night event for this years 2017 Annual Student Art Prize.
Piggs Peake is a boutique winery located in the Hunter Valley NSW, two hours drive North of Sydney.
The cellar door is open to the public seven days a week where you can meet the winemakers in person.
697 Hermitage Road, Pokolbin NSW 2320, Australia
Phone: +61 2 6574 7000
words in semblance
an interactive literary exploration reading between the lines on the Newcastle Map
The event will run in conjunction with the 2017 Student Art Prize, taking place on Saturday, September 2 from 1pm to 3pm and involving Creative Writing students Kait Fenwick, Claire Albrecht, Alison Kelly and Jodi Vial.
The event, in keeping with the Art Prize theme of “semblance”, will explore that notion within a literary context and from within the framework of the geological and psychological map of Newcastle. There will be live readings staged during the event as well as interactive exhibits and opportunities to connect with the notion of semblance as it relates to the spatial, personal and historical experience of living in Newcastle.