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The ANU School of Art is for anyone interested in a professional career in the visual arts, craft and design. Find out more at http://soa.anu.edu.au
The Australian National University School of Art is a leading arts institution in Canberra, Australia. We offer specialist training in Art Theory, Ceramics, Furniture, Glass, Gold and Silversmithing, Painting, Photography and Media Arts, Printmedia and Drawing, Sculpture and Textiles through each of our proud workshops in their world-class facilities. We have some of the best teachers who are internationally respected and highly practiced in their fields. Our constant stream of visiting artists from Australia and around the world expose you to the latest trends and processes right here in Canberra. If travel is your thing, our strong international connections enable you to travel and study at some of the most prestigious art schools around the world. Set at the heart of Canberra’s thriving art scene, amongst Australia’s premier national institutions and the leading research environment of The Australian National University, the School of Art provides an exciting and challenging place to study in visual arts, craft and design.
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The SOA remembers Sylvie Stern as one of Canberra’s most dynamic and passionate arts broadcaster, event organiser, and patron and supporter. Her work on 2XX was a standout contribution to the discourse on all arts practice including the visual arts and design. Many of the SoA staff, students and alumni had the opportunity to discuss their work and ideas with Sylvie on Art n Soul and Art Beat. Sylvie was generous and motivated when it came to the arts and our Canberra way of life. She was a natural force of integrity and inspiration and we take this opportunity to acknowledge the heartfelt work she did for the arts in Canberra. She will be sorely missed.
We're on the look out for students who'd like to take over our Instagram account as a Student Instagrammer for a week in second semester! If you're interested, please PM us on Facebook or Instagram and let us know your workshop, what year you're in, and your Instagram username.
Oil and Water is an ethnographic study of Han in Xinjiang by Tom Cliff, ARC Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Culture, History, and Language. Exhibition now on in Photospace, book launch 4pm Tuesday July 5th!
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Professor Anne Marsh is visiting Canberra in September and is working on an ARC project ‘Women, Feminism and Art in Australia since 1970’. The project will investigate the impact of feminism on contemporary Australian art, revealing the roles and interactions between gender, race, class and ethnicity. Anne is inviting artists and academics to submit material to be considered for an edited and illustrated anthology of scholarly essays, manifestos, documents and stories. For more information, email email@example.com
ANU Painting: Alumni & Friends PhD candidate Anne-Marie Jean and alumna Dionisia Salas are joined by artists Rachel Fairfax and Janna van Hasselt for this exhibition by women who are all mothers for the first time in 2016. 'The First Year' opens in the ANU School of Art Gallery Foyer at 2pm this Saturday July 2nd!
Here's the new water jet cutter in action! It's the only one in Canberra. Thanks ANU Glass Workshop, Canberra for the demo! More info here: http://soa.anu.edu.au/newsstory/new-water-jet-cutter-installed-anu-glass-workshop
In the lead up to the Federal Election, have a read of these facts and figures from the National Association for the Visual Arts, including a breakdown of the major political parties arts' policies.
Three incredible PhD shows opening now - Congratulations Dan Stewart-Moore, Qian (Fiona) Peng & Hsin-Yi (Julia) Yang!
Two fantastic job opportunities: Canberra Glassworks is seeking an Artistic Program Coordinator and an Administration Assistant. Both due next week!
Reminder! The Visual Arts Graduate Season Exhibition 2 opens TONIGHT - with work by Qian (Fiona) Peng, Hsin-Yi (Julia) Yang (ANU Ceramics Workshop), and Dan Stewart-Moore (ANU Sculpture Workshop). See you there!
PIN SIX - ANCA's annual exhibition of wearable miniature artworks opens this Thursday June 30 at Australian National Capital Artists Inc!
A seriously amazing opportunity for any artist interested in tapestry weaving! The Australian Tapestry Workshop has three weaver trainee positions going - applications due July 22.
This week we'll be celebrating three PhD submissions by Fiona (Qian) Peng, Hsin-Yi (Julia) Yang (ANU Ceramics Workshop) and Dan Stewart-Moore (ANU Sculpture Workshop). Join us for the opening at the ANU School of Art Gallery on Wednesday June 29!
An exciting opportunity for digital artists to win a trip to Indonesia!
If you're in Sydney, get along to The Gunnery on Monday June 27th for this meeting about the future of the Australian arts sector, presented by National Association for the Visual Arts and Artspace Sydney.
So many of our ANU Glass Workshop, Canberra alumni are in Reflections at Parliament House, Canberra - now on in the Presiding Officers’ Exhibition Area.
The Bends is now on at PhotoAccess - curated by ANU Centre for Art History and Art Theory alumna Claire Capel-Stanley and Lucy Caldwell and featuring ANU Photography and Media Arts Workshop grad Matt Higgins and Printmedia+drawing Technical Officer Nicci Haynes. This Saturday (June 25), join the curators for a chat and to make a giant cyanotype!
Tomorrow (Friday June 24th) is the first day of 'Oil and Water: Being Han in Xinjiang' by Tom Cliff, ARC Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Culture, History, and Language. Martyn Jolly, head of ANU Photography and Media Arts Workshop will be joined by Stephanie Hemelryk-Donald from Liverpool University to launch the book on July 5th.
ANU Gold & Silversmithing Workshop graduates Nellie Peoples and Zoe Brand come together for this exhibition at Bilk Gallery - opening tomorrow (Friday) night!
Final days to catch the Visual Arts Graduate Season Exhibition 1 with Kelly Austin, Greg Hodge and Carolyn Young at the ANU School of Art Gallery. It's open 10:30am - 5pm Friday or 12-5pm on Saturday.
If you're wandering around ANU, check out these prints by Carolyn Young on the Ellery Cres side of our building!
Attention media artists, sound and fashion designers! Expressions of interest are now open for DLUX MediaArts' next Is This Art event, as part of The Sydney Fringe. Get in touch by 18th of July!
Check out the installation video of SoA PhD graduate Jay Kochel's new exhibition 'avarice : auspice' at Canberra Museum and Gallery, now showing until 18 September. More info: http://www.cmag.com.au/exhibitions/jay-kochel-avarice-auspice
Great review of We who love: The Nolan slates at UQ Art Museum, curated by ANU SoA's Chris McAuliffe and including facsimiles made in the ANU Inkjet Research Facility. Thanks Art Guide Australia!
Belconnen Arts Centre is going wild this week with three animal inspired shows: Habitual Creatures by Tom Buckland, Rebecca Selleck and Sian Watson, Pigs and Dogs by Shan Crosbie, and Dis-Place by Daniel Savage. All ANU SoA alumni, all opening this Friday 24th June!