Current Exhibitions 28 May- 15 June 2014

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Sculpture Exhibition by Heidi Mainey, Amy Swan, Michelle Schmitzer and Kass Bangle

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What Birds Are These

by Kate Burton 

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Works from Berlin

by Skye Jacobson

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MEND

Group Fibres and textiles exhibition by Diane Gray, Julie Ingle, Suannah Wellham, Emily Sinclair, Jessica Sinclair, Fiona Farquhar, Kathryn Rothery, Michaela SwanIMG_0671IMG_0680IMG_0733IMG_0692IMG_0705IMG_0706IMG_0708IMG_0699

Innocence

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Photographic Update of Current Shows

The Mad Scientist’s Study- Emma Collins
You Have been cordially invited to a viewing of the work study of the internationally renowned ‘Shrinkologist’- but beware, if you upset this scientist you may find yourself permanently added to her collection!!

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Mixed Media- Natalie Engdahl
In her final year of Bachelor of Fine Art, Natalie is an artist comfortable working in across a variety of mediums. This exhibition showcases an eclectic collection of works, including fibre based sculpture, quirky still life painting and printed media.

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Street Stories- Tim Buchanan

Street Stories is an exhibition that explores the relationship of the photographer and subject through the analysis of the reaction to the lens.

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Ulterior Connections- Curated by Michaela Swan
Explorations of connections to the body, people, places or technology. A group wearables exhibition showcasing students work from the University of Newcastle and Hong Kong Baptist University.

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Ceramics Showcase 2013- Co-ordinated by Nadia Aurisch and Maddyson Hatton
This Exhibition is a showcase of sculptural, conceptual and figurative works from the ceramics classes of the University of Newcastle Semester 2, 2013.

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5-29 September: Australiana

Congratulations to the winners of the 2013 Annual Student Art Prize!

The first place prize of a $2500 travelling scholarship was awarded to Simon Clark for his textile work You’re cutting my grass
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Highly Commended ($500 Prize) went to Thomas Hadland for his photographic work Light Series IV: picture 1
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Another Highly Commended ($500 Prize) went to Kathryn Camm for her untitled mixed media work.
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Dylan Smyth was also commended for his photographic, landscape works.
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There’s lots of other fantastic work, so be sure to get in and check out the show!

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14 August – 1 September

At the Bauhaus
Solo exhibition of photography work by Allan Duncan

Rome Sketch Book
Group exhibition of work from the Roman Architectural Sketchbook course in Rome, arranged by AIM Overseas, Co-ordinated by Kathleen Glover

Good Night Sleep
Solo exhibition of drawings by Amy Hamilton

Continuum
Solo exhibition of printmaking and sculptural work by Jasmine Hanlon
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24 July – 11 August

Children of the Shed
Sculpture exhibition coordinated by Michelle Schmitzer

Vessels
Ceramics exhibition curated by Nadia Aurisch and Adam Sullivan

Pretty Trials Die Hard
Solo exhibition of paintings by Jacqueline Larcombe

Shadows
Solo exhibition of drawings and sculptures by Barbie Procobis

The needle in the haystack: a textile exhibition
Solo textiles exhibition by Sophie Parker

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13th – 30th of March

Quadrennium
Lara Brichacek, Heidi Emerton, Jordan Fardell & Meg Mancell

Ritualism in Modern Society
Harold Barnes, Tim Buchanon, Shana Dennis, Brooke Fraser, Naomi Grooteman, Amy Hamilton, Jasmine Hanlon, Joel Jeffrey, Mel O’Dell, Andrew Styan, Adam Sullivan, Lauren Summerhayes, Thomas Wickert

Out of the Dust of the Earth
Jeni Prickett

Death by Association
Begona Pretorius

Distortions
Mary Van Gils

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