Saturday, August 31, 2013

Photogram project at JHH

Currently on exhibition at the John Hunter Hospital is a project by Advanced Diploma of Fine Art Photomedia students. The piece was created during a visit on the grounds of the hospital where discarded items were collected. Inspired by these treasures, the students then continued to collect items from TAFE to produce the final work.

Artists/StudentsKelly Barlin, Ashlee Bucholtz, Paul Carr, Maggie Hall, Tara Keher



Monday, August 26, 2013

LAUNCH exhibition opening

Please come to our opening of LAUNCH - the first of our Advanced Diploma exhibitions for the year featuring Ashlee Bucholtz, Joy Laoli, Georgia Mason, Sarah Stein, Kathryn Taunton, Emilie Tseronis and Sharon Williams.

The opening is on Wednesday 28th August from 5:30pm and will be a relaunch of our Front Room Gallery, now located fully within the Newcastle Art School.


Wednesday, August 14, 2013

TVET photo and art exhibit

Until August 23rd upstairs in the Front Room Gallery is a great exhibition of students in our TVET course. These artists are high school students who attend TAFE courses at the Newcastle Art School in digital photography and fine art.

 
The work features projects, portraits, digital effects, great thematic images and strong technique.

Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Reg Russom Prize

 
 
Congratulations to Brooke Wann who won the 2013 Reg Russom Drawing Prize. Judge John Barnes, Director of Cessnock Regional Gallery, selected her work from drawings by students of the Newcastle Art School and the University of Newcastle.
 
An encouragement award sponsored by Eckersley's Art Supplies was awarded to Tara Keher for her drawing.

The Reg Russom Drawing Prize is for a figurative drawing and celebrates the Newcastle artist and Head Teacher of the Art School, Reg Russom. The prize was first offered in 1955.
 
 
 

Tuesday, August 06, 2013

Workshop Week at TAFE

Workshop week is a time to try something new. The usual path is deviated from and we throw ourselves into the deep end of some strange and fascinating new methods of mark making. Sometimes old, sometimes new, sometimes borrowed and sometimes blue (that's the cyanotype workshop)

The workshop I conducted with Clare Weeks was all about making a time lapse animation. We had a lovely group of eager participants. The process can be time consuming but our group dove in head first and came up smiling. Several hundred images later and each member of the group had a completed animation by the end of the day. Some of which are displayed below for your enjoyment.

Thanks to the artists Sharon Williams, Patrick Maverty and Nicholas Grimes


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