|EXHIBITIONS IN 2017|
|6 - 16 December||Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours) |
Presenting the final examination works of students graduating from the Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours) program in 2017. Featuring the work of Nick Barlow, Shannon Cadman, Alysha Fewster, Chloe Hey, Rosemary Reynolds and Deborah White.
|22 Nov - 2 December||The Museum of Us|
The 2017 graduates of Visual Communication Design present The Museum of Us - a collection of work that doesn’t just represent the individual, but the group as a collective.
|1 - 18 November|
Michelle Catanzaro: IN/SITE
1 - 18 November
|Sally Bourke & Nicole Chaffey: Yarn|
A visual conversation between two established practices investigating the limits of the painted surface interlaced with questions of personal identity, connectivity, history and human nature.
|11 - 28 October||Virtual Wright: Exploring the Hollyhock House|
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Aline Barnsdall (“Hollyhock”) House in Los Angeles is one of the architect’s largest and most enigmatic works. Using new computer models of the house, this exhibition undertakes a design-based exploration of its invisible or forgotten properties.
11 - 28 October
|The Essence of Shelter|
Five students studying Architecture explore techniques for primitive housing construction using materials readily available in the Australian bush. The exhibition surveys the results of a challenging design brief: to construct a shelter that would last a year and support a group of five people.
20 September - 7 October
|Rae Richards: Overtime|
An exhibition celebrating the work of Newcastle-based artist Rae Richards. Richards was a member of the celebrated Low Show group of painters that brought modernism to the Newcastle in the early 1960s.
20 September - 7 October
|Paul Munro: Afterwork|
Now in his second decade of painting, Paul Munro’s work moves between the observation of the landscape around him and the minutiae of fragments that are part of nature or that have fallen out of a constructed idyll.
|9 August - 2 September|
Brett McMahon and David Banney: Baroque and Beyond
|19 July - 5 August||Penny Dunstan: Shadowlands II|
This PhD exhibition responds to open cut coal mining and its transformation of local agricultural land.
|19 April - 15 July||Balnhdhurr - A Lasting Impression|
Celebrating twenty years of print production at the Yirrkala Print Space in the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Art Centre, located in the remote Aboriginal community of Yirrkala in Northeast Arnhem Land, NT.
|22 March - 8 April|
The Art of Collecting
|15 February - 18 March |
CONSALVO | LANKAS | MAHER
Wed - Fri 10am - 6pm, Sat 12 - 4pm
or by appointment
See the University Gallery Archive website for all past exhibitions from 2010 to 2017. View exhibition images and download catalogues.