Graduate Grants Announced

The latest recipients of the Graduate Support Program Grants have been announced (Round 1, 2018)

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Her Name

Presented in partnership with Guildhouse, this exhibition draws together Kay Lawrence, Pierre Mukeba, Cynthia Schwertsik and Jane Skeer, in a sensitive contemplation on the fabric of female identity.

 

9 July – 4 August 2018

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Warps and Wefts

Contemplative and richly textured, this exhibition offers a range of lateral approaches to fabric and textile art from four exceptional artists working in a variety of mediums.

 

4 - 29 June

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Best Art School in Australia

Adelaide Central School of Art has been identified as the best art school in Australia for student experience according to the latest national Student Experience Survey (SES) findings released on 16 May 2018

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2018 Arkaba Commission Auction

We invite you to join us for this important fundraising event. Tickets $25+BF include a drink on arrival, cocktail food and entertainment. It will be a brilliant night.

 

Thursday 28 June, 6pm

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PICA Hatched 2018 Artists Announced

We congratulate Bachelor of Visual Art (Hons) graduates Lucia Dohrmann and Kelly Reynolds

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You are a Habitat

An exhibition of art from the Anthropocene. These artists ask you to reconsider your assumptions about humanity’s role within the biosphere: are we hunter or host, prey or parasite?

 

1 - 26 May 2018

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Open Day | 26 May 2018

Explore our award-winning campus, facilities and gallery. Even if you're not interested in studying art you are welcome to explore our heritage buildings.

 

Saturday 26 May, drop in anytime between 1pm - 5pm

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Afghan Box Cameras Are Easy!

Join us for our History Festival demonstration on Saturday 26 May with Dr. Andrew Dearman. Drop in anytime between 1pm and 5pm.

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The Obscure Camera

A curated group exhibition of exciting and experimental photographic work by a range of maverick photographers: Andrew Dearman, Dan McCabe, Cassie Thring and Justine Varga.

 

20 March – 20 April

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