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Erica Seccombe wins the 2017 CAPO Fellowship

The Capital Arts Patrons Organisation’s top award, the 2017 CAPO Fellowship, has gone to ANU School of Art recent PhD candidate, and Lecturer in Foundation Studies Erica Seccombe. The award was announced by patron Paul McDermott at the Canberra Museum and Gallery at the CAPO Masked Ball on Saturday 22 October. Erica was...

News» Added: 2016-10-26 09:37 »

Foundation
Photography-and-Media-Arts

SOA 2016 Award winners

    The ANU School of Art is pleased to announce the successful recipients of the 2016 Graduate Materials Award in Visual Arts and the 2016 Graduate EASS Patrons HDR Award (formerly known as the EASS Patrons Graduate Scholarship). These awards assist SOA Graduate students who can demonstrate how the funding will assist their...

News» Added: 2016-10-26 10:11 »

Foundation
Furniture
Gold-and-Silversmithing
Painting
Sculpture

The Robert Foster Gold & Silversmithing Honours Scholarship

The ANU School of Art is proud to announce a substantial new scholarship: The Robert Foster Gold & Silversmithing Honours Scholarship Valued at $10,000 this scholarship is in memory of artist, designer and creator of F!NK & Co, Robert Foster. The Scholarships is available by application for those who apply to study at the ANU...

News» Added: 2016-10-24 09:08 »

Design
Foundation
Gold-and-Silversmithing

Gilbert Riedelbauch wins Distinguished Teaching award at ACUADS 2016

On Thursday 29th September at the annual ACUADS conference in Brisbane, Gilbert Riedelbauch was awarded the 2017 ACUADS Distinguished Teaching Award in the presence of colleagues from art and design schools and universities. As the Head of the School of Art’s first-year Foundation Studies program Gilbert has transformed this...

News» Added: 2016-10-05 10:39 »

Design
Foundation

ANU School of Art Students win big at Sculpture in the Paddock

Keith Bender and Anton Poon have both taken out awards for their works in this year's Sculpture in the Paddock. Sculpture in the Paddock was conceived by sculptors Al Phemister and Duncan Waugh as part of the 2013 YASSarts arts weekend. Part of the impetus behind the project was the fact that the Yass Valley Shire boasts an unusually...

News» Added: 2016-09-20 13:16 » Sculpture

Dr Hanna Hoyne wins a Helen Lempriere Scholarship 2016

Congratulations to Dr Hanna Hoyne for being a recicpient of a Helen Lempriere Scholarhsip this year. Dr Hoyne is an Alumni of the ANU School of Art Sculpture Workshop THE HELEN LEMPRIERE SCHOLARSHIPS The Helen Lempriere Scholarships are the realisation of a bequest by the late Keith Wood, honouring his wife, Helen Lempriere. Helen...

News» Added: 2016-08-31 16:40 » Sculpture

ANU School of Art Drawing Prize 2016 Winners Announced

Congratulations to this year's joint winners of the ANU School of Art Drawing Prize Julia Higgs and Peta Thurling. Many thanks to this year’s judge, Annie Cattrell. Annie is currently a visiting artist and the 2017 Stephen Proctor Fellow in the School of Art's Glass workshop. Many thanks also to this year’s...

News» Added: 2016-08-29 11:57 » Foundation

Erica Seccombe wins $20k Paramor art prize

ANU School of Art PhD candidate Erica Seccombe has won the inaugural Paramor Prize for Art and Innovation in Sydney. The prize, which includes a $20,000 grant, was for her work involving a large ink jet print that was created at the School of Art’s Inkjet Research Facility. The work is now permanently based at the Casula Power...

News» Added: 2015-02-10 09:50 » Photography-and-Media-Arts

Recognising David Hansen a past winner of Calibre Prize for an Outstanding Essay

To promote its ninth Calibre Prize for an Outstanding Essay, Australian Book Review has posted a number of past prize-winning or commended entries on its website, including two essays by the Centre for Art History and Art Theory’s David Hansen. Dr Hansen was a joint winner of the 2010 prize with ‘Seeing Truganini’,...

News» Added: 2015-01-14 10:31 » Art-History-Art-Theory

Valerie Kirk accepted for the Cordis Prize exhibition, Scotland

A massive congratulations to Valerie Kirk, the head of ANU Textiles workshop, who has been accepted for the Cordis Prize exhibition. Visual Arts Scotland has also announced that she has been shortlisted for the inaugural VAS Cordis Trust Prize for Woven Tapestry. The selected tapestries hail from as far afield as Norway, Belgium,...

News» Added: 2014-12-17 09:37 » Textiles

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