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SOA PhD candidate Leah Bullen wins Jasco Start Your Studio Scholarship, Leah Bullen, Vivarium (detail), 2016 » read more
Johanna Butler, Nights in White Satin, 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Amy Campbell, Information Anxiety, 2016 (detail). Photograph: Brenton McGeachie.
Sarah Crisp, Laundry light (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Talfryn Davies Morning Light off Rangataua Bay (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Adrian Davis-Norman, Avoiding Death, 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Romany Fairall, Untitled (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Caitlin Gifford, Untitled (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Iftikhar Hassani, Agony of a Refugee Child, 2016
Anna Hedstrom, Bin Roof (studio) (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Kirrily Humphries, Sweeter than Cherry whine (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Chaemin (Minnie) Kim, Dice (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Eva Krepsova Ben in his studio (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Mila Lopez, Elemental Collision (detail), 2016.
Albert Ng, Bleeding hearts, 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Rachel Powell, Back in the net (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Louella Raynolds, And It Must Have Been Awful for the Horses (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Benjamin Shingles, Prayer for (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Thomas Wood, Enigma (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
Mei Wilkinson Big Bad (detail), 2016. Photograph: Brenton McGeachie
ANU SOA&D Painting alumnus Yioryios Papayioryiou creates large-scale sculpture for ANZ, Yioryios Papayioryiou, ANZ – Cobalt Blue, Black, Neutral Grey, Cadmium Orange & Gold, 2016 » read more

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The Painting Workshop provides stimulating courses and quality facilities for students to explore painting and related media, informed by painting’s rich history. In both graduate and undergraduate programmes, our staff focus on preparing students for careers as practising professional artists. Undergraduate courses expand student's creative and technical skills and lay the foundations for the development of critical judgement. We encourage a diversity of creative thinking fostered through individual tutorials, group critiques and reviews. Painting at ANU is recognized nationally as vibrant, diverse and dynamic. Our graduates have developed successful careers nationally and internationally in the visual arts as artists, teachers, gallery professionals and in related creative fields

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Craig (CJ) Taylor

Michael Edwards

Riley Beaumont

Johanna Butler

Amy Campbell

Sarah Crisp

Talfryn Davies

Adrian Davis-Norman

Romany Fairall

Zhang Fang

Caitlin Gifford

Iftikhar Hassani

Anna Hedstrom

Kirrily Humphries

Chaemin (Minnie) Kim

Eva Krepsova

Mila Lopez

Jack Musich

Albert Ng

Rachel Powell

Louella Raynolds

Shanti Shea An

Benjamin Shingles

Taylor Singh

Teresa Spedone

Christine Tunnah

Mei Wilkinson

Thomas Wood

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