Fine Arts Students’ Work Now Showing at Watt Space Gallery
The Fine Arts Honours 2012 exhibition features the final work of five artists who have completed their studies with cohesive bodies of work, now presented for exhibition and examination.
Bliss Cavanagh's project investigates the therapeutic potential of multi-sensory environments in relieving the compulsions of Tourette Syndrome.
Emily Coutts considers the social construction of public and private spaces, through subtle works that utilise the expressive characteristics of materials such as felt and wood.
Jayde Nicholls traces the nostalgic forces of collective memory through her haunting photographs of an abandoned Drive-in Theatre.
Shan Turner-Carroll crowns members of his family in a series of photographic portraits that embrace the strength of primordial spirit.
Delicate enclosures of printed paper have been assembled by Teliece Wallace to explore the complexity of family bonds and homes that are not always inviting.
Honours 2012 is part of the University of Newcastle's 2012 student exhibitions showcasing student work.
The exhibition is open to the public. Entry is free.
WHEN: 31 October - 18 November
WHERE: Watt Space Gallery
Cnr Auckland & King Streets
Newcastle 4921 8733
Open Wed-Sun 11am-5pm