I saw this exhibition of 38 finalists work which delves into the myriad different ways that paper can be employed in making art. In 2017 the conceptual theme for Banyule Council’s Arts and Culture Program is ‘water’. The award features a wide assortment of works on paper and various techniques of production. Extensive printmaking processes
Have seen much to inspire me in the NYC art scene Coney Island Bushwick Paul Klee at Metropolitan Museum of Art Jasper John’s at MOMA
Here it is my interview with Ruth O’Leary https://vimeo.com/131331546 Ruth O’Leary is a Melbourne based artist whose work combines performance, video, painting and drawing installation to examine female identity and camouflage.
I took my sceptical self to the VCA Open Day, and was most impressed by what I saw. Having already visited MADA, and RMIT, I thought my mind was firmly made up, as to where I might hope to continue my further study. A brand new ceramic and sculpture facility mightily impressed, as did the
I went along to RMIT”s open day, with some trepidation. It was thirty five years, since I’d walked these hallowed halls. The place was jammed, roads closed, and an army of helpers wearing red tshirts, had descended on the usually austere end of Swanston St. Upon locating the building housing the Fine Art Degree talk
It was big , unwieldy and eminently untransportable . How to get it to VU ? certainly not on a slow moving Sandringham line train . I could just hear the shouts of indignation , and rude expletives as I tried to wedge it sideways onto the commuter train at 8.03 am monday morning .