Tele Visions, a series of live and broadcast events timed to coincide with the final shutdown of analog television, runs from 28 November - 3 December and features Grad Schoolers Jade Boyd, Angela Garrick, Emma Hicks, Harley Ives, Dean Tirkot, as well as alumni Agatha Gothe-Snape and Pia van Gelder. See the full program here
Griffith University’s Centre for Cultural research is calling for expressions of interest from postgraduates for ‘Broken Images: A symposium on early American photography in the Asia Pacific, 1850-1950’, being held from July 2 – 4, 2014. Please send expressions of interest with a 200 word abstract to Dr Prue Ahrens or Associate Professor Fiona Paisley. Travel assistance is available on application.
The launch for Runway Issue #23: [PROTOTYPE] is on Thursday 5 December at ArchiveSpace with a performance by Julian Day (MFA). Issue #23 contributors include Eloise Kirk (MFA).
PhD candidate Elizabeth Pulie’s solo show opens at Sarah Cottier on 5 December, alongside Sarah’s Summer Group Show, featuring Grad School alum Christopher Hanrahan, Koji Ryui, and Huseyin Sami and lecturers Matthys Gerber and Justin Trendall.
Sylvia Griffin (PhD) and alumni David Watson have work in Lost and Found opening at Articulate from 6 - 8pm on Friday 6 December.
The second Re:cinema exhibition opens at 25 East Gallery, Parsons The New School for Design, New York on Friday 6 December 2013 and runs until Friday 31 January 2014. The research project, conducted as an exchange between SCA and Parsons, is dedicated to examining the notion of the cinematic in relation to contemporary visual culture, and includes Grad Schoolers Jade Boyd, Ella Condon, Angela Garrick, Emma Hicks, Jane Polkinghorne, Andrew Robards and Adam Sebire, and alumni Jai McKenzie and Stefan Popescu.