PhD candidate Andrew Hazewinkel is exhibiting in ‘The Piranesi Effect’ at the Ian Potter Museum of Art from February 20 to May 25. Andrew will also participate in a floor talk to accompany the exhibition on February 22, with curator Jenny Long and artist Michael Graf
Objects & Energies, an exhibition of work by three artists from different generational and cultural backgrounds who have approached non-objectivity as a means of structuring ideas, features SCA lecturer Joyce Hinterding, alongside Agnes Martin and Linda Matalon. On display at the NAS Gallery from January 31 - March 29, the opening is this Thursday February 20 from 6 - 8pm.
Grad School alum Jonny Niesche has work in ‘Sunny and Hilly’ on now at the brand new Minerva until March 15.
The PhD research of recent alum Dr Maria Fernanda Cardoso has been summarised by illustrator Andy Warner for Narratively, a New York based platform dedicated to ‘original, in-depth and untold stories’. Check out ‘The Mad Scientist of Sydney and her Shrine to Animal Genitalia’ and see Maria’s work in person as part of Uncovered: Hidden Pleasures of the Day, opening at Blacktown Arts Centre at 6pm on February 27 until April 4.
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery is currently showing Striking Contrasts, featuring current MFA candidate Nicola Walkerden and alum Jess MacNeil, and Selby Warren: Trunkey’s Tribe of One, curated by PhD candidate Roger Shelley. Both shows are open until March 16.
Also on now at Casula Powerhouse: Nahrain, inspired by ancient Mesopotamia and exploring the history, geography, environment and culture of the region, featuring work by MFA candidate Ella Condon.
Nothing Left Unsaid, an exhibition of new work by MFA candidate George Shaw, opens at Chrissie Cotter Gallery at 6pm on February 19.
Daisy Chain!, the first Marrickville Garage show of the year, opens on the 21st February 6-8pm as part of the 2014 Mardi Gras. Celebrating word-of-mouth and underground initiatives, Daisy Chain! includes Grad School students and alumni Heidi Abraham, Majella Barbe, Lionel Bawden, Trevor Fry, Sara Givins, Danica Knezevic, Nell, Sarah Newall, Reto Oechslin, Jane Polkinghorne, Yasmin Smith, Lachlan Warner, Justene Williams, and Yiorgos Zafiriou.
CINAMNESIA, a 16mm film by Nicola Walkerden, is an official selection for the Experimental Showcase at the Byron Bay International Film Festival, running from 28 February – 9 March.
ACP's 2014 Autumn Season, opening on February 28, features Adam Geczy's S/M Wonderland, exploring the crossroads of art, fashion, popular culture, and We Are Family, with work by PhD candidate Jane Polkinghorne as part of The Twilight Girls.
Image courtesy Jonathan McBurnie