Posts tagged with Exhibition

  1. Sally Smart interview: Staging the Studio

    Sally Smart in her studio. Photo: Giulia McGauran.

    In Staging the Studio, Sally Smart brings together artworks and ideas that form an incredibly perfect circle. Here, she explains.

    precinct.vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/2017/09/24/sally-smart-interview-staging-the-studio

  2. Proud: an exhibition for students, by students

    Brahmony McCrossin, Untitled (2017).

    Sean Michael Mcdowell is one of four VCA Art students who have curated Proud 2017, an annual exhibition showcasing work by current students. Find out why Sean …

    precinct.vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/2017/09/13/proud-an-exhibition-for-students-by-students

  3. Confronting the feel, smell and taste of blood

    You Beaut, Hotham Street Ladies, 2014. Image courtesy of the artist

    Would you drink from a cup made from blood once infected with HIV? The inaugural exhibition from Science Gallery Melbourne challenges our deeply held beliefs about …

    precinct.vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/2017/07/31/confronting-the-feel-smell-and-taste-of-blood

  4. A maverick on fabric: the strange, unconventional art of Jenny Watson

    Detail from Jenny Watson’s The Pretty Face of Domesticity, 2014, oil and synthetic polymer paint on velvet striped shantung.

    By Sasha Grishin, Adjunct Professor of Art History, Australian National University Is Jenny Watson Australia’s equivalent to Tracey Emin? Watson is about a decade older; she is …

    precinct.vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/2017/07/25/a-maverick-on-fabric-the-strange-unconventional-art-of-jenny-watson

  5. The guitar changed the world … but how did the world change the guitar?

    Such is the ubiquity of the guitar that its popularity can be taken for granted, its history overlooked. The period between the 1890s and 1940s was crucial …

    precinct.vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/2017/06/19/the-guitar-changed-the-world-but-how-did-the-world-change-the-guitar

  6. Melbourne’s 9 X 5 exhibition … the time is NOW

    Micky Allan's 9 X 5: Early Morning near Maria Island [detail]. Pigment print, synthetic polymer resin, collage on rag paper.

    More than 300 contemporary visual artists have contributed original artworks for the 9 X 5 NOW exhibition at the Victorian College of the Arts, which runs from …

    precinct.vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/2017/06/09/melbournes-9-x-5-exhibition-the-time-is-now

  7. Artist Kirsty Budge in her own words

    Alumna artist Kirsty Budge. Image courtesy of Daine Singer.

    New Zealand-born, Melbourne-based artist Kirsty Budge is a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, recipient of the 2014 Stirling Collective Award for Painting and …

    precinct.vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/2017/06/09/artist-kirsty-budge-in-her-own-words

  8. 9 X 5 NOW at the VCA: see the artworks

    Meet 9 X 5 NOW curator Dr Elizabeth Gower, as she unboxes some of the 300+ works contributed by Victorian College of the Arts artists and …

    precinct.vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/2017/06/05/9-x-5-now-at-the-vca-see-the-artworks

  9. Restless works by Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists

    Megan Evans, Fox, found taxidermy fox, glass beads, cotton, steel star pickets, and Hero, found antique ship in case, glass beads, cotton, steel star pickets

    Restless, at the Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne, exhibits recent works by Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists as a counterpoint to the “welt” paintings by Gordon Bennett (1955–2014). …

    precinct.vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/2017/05/23/restless-works-by-indigenous-and-non-indigenous-artists

  10. Art and science loom in the jellyfish bloom

    Sea-change (detail) by Penelope Davis made with silicon, nylon thread and plastic. Photo: Simon Strong/Artist supplied.

    The work of VCA Art alumna Penelope Davis blends art and science to form a commentary on the impact of climate change. By Kate Stanton, University …

    precinct.vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/2017/05/09/jellyfish-where-art-meets-science

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