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Janis Lejins and Luis Power create the Face of the ANU

Two students from Photography and Media Arts, Janis Lejins and Luis Power, were commissioned by the ANU Twilight Festival to create the first Face of the ANU. During the Twilight Festival they captured over 400 faces from the ANU community, young and old, and composited them together as the evening progressed. The result? Judge for...

News» Added: 2014-12-03 09:20 » Photography-and-Media-Arts

Marzena Wasikowska shortlisted for National Photographic Portrait Prize

Photography and Media Arts PhD candidate Marzena Wasikowska has been shortlisted for the National Photographic Portrait Prize 2015. The National Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition is selected from a national field of entries that reflect the distinctive vision of Australia's aspiring and professional portrait...

News» Added: 2014-12-03 09:17 » Photography-and-Media-Arts

School of Art graduates win Canberra Critics Circle Award

On Tuesday November 25, School of Art graduate students Ellis Hutch, Genevieve Swifte and Caroline Huff, along with graduate Blaide Lallemand, won a Canberra Critics Circle Award for their crowd funded exhibition Relative Constructions: The Poetic Lens and accompanying publication The Poetic Lens. This collective, Relative...

News» Added: 2014-12-03 09:01 » Photography-and-Media-Arts

Harriet Lee Robinson and Ruby Berry finalists for Talente 2015

We are delighted to announce and congratulate Harriet Lee Robinson, from the Gold and Silversmithing workshop, and Ruby Berry, from the Textiles, who were both invited to exhibit at the international Talente craft and design exhibition. This is particularly noteworthy as our students are the only artists selected from Australia. In total...

News» Added: 2014-12-03 12:56 »

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Graduating Exhibition Emerging Artist Support Scheme (EASS) Awards 2014

EASS Awards 2014 The School of Art is very proud of our Emerging Artist Support Scheme, otherwise known as EASS. Patrons of EASS come to a special preview of the graduating exhibition and offer a range of awards and prizes to our graduates - anything from subscriptions, cash and materials through to exhibitions and residencies. Both...

News» Added: 2014-12-01 14:07

Professor Helen Ennis elected as a Fellow of Australian Academy of the Humanities

We are delighted to announce and congratulate two Australian National University (ANU) scholars have been elected as Fellows of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, one of the highest honours in Australia for achievement in humanities. Professor Helen Ennis of the ANU School of Art and Professor Angela Woollacott of the ANU School...

News» Added: 2014-11-27 10:20 » Art-History-Art-Theory

Nellie Peoples wins the inaugural Designcraft Craft + Design Award

We are delighted to congratulate Nellie Peoples, a recent graduate and currently a graduate in residence in the Gold & Silversmithing workshop, on winning the inaugural Designcraft Craft + Design Award in conjunction with DESIGN Canberra 2014. Designcraft awarded Nellie Peoples the prize for her outstanding collaborative project with...

News» Added: 2014-11-26 09:44 »

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Reuben Bokaba wins the Chief Minister’s Prize

We are thrilled to announce and congratulate Reuben Bokaba, a student in the Textiles workshop, who won the Chief Minister’s Prize, which was announced at the opening of ‘Flagging our Future’ by Minister for Arts, Joy Burch.  Bokaba created beautifully executed garments which will go on display in the Legislative...

News» Added: 2014-11-20 15:49 » Textiles

Julie Brooke awarded 2013 J G Crawford Prize

We are delighted to announce and congratulate Dr Julie Brooke, who has recently been awarded on of the 2013 J G Crawford Prizes for her PhD thesis entitled: "Thinking Spaces: A Practice-Led Enquiry into Representations of Memory and Thought".  A Prize Fund in recognition of Sir John Crawford’s outstanding...

News» Added: 2014-11-20 15:09 » Art-History-Art-Theory

Lauren Kalman awarded the School of Art International Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residency Craft & Design Disciplines

We are delighted to congratulate and welcome Lauren Kalman, who was awarded the inaugural International Interdisciplinary Artist-in-Residency Craft & Design Disciplines at ANU School of Art. Lauren Kalman will be working across the Gold and Silversmithing workshop. Lauren Kalman is a visual artist whose practice...

News» Added: 2014-11-19 08:50 »

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