ANU- Emerging Artist Support Scheme Exhibition

Date: 17 Aug 2017 7:00pm - 07 sep 7:00pm (GMT+10:00) Sydney

Alliance Française exhibition award. 17 Aug - 7 Sept 2017

Opening 7pm Thursday 17 Aug - Drinks and Cheese & Bread
Free entry - Artwork for sale
Five Canberra emerging artists from ANU ANU School of Art & Design with different styles will exhibit their work Alliance Française de Canberra.
This exhibition showcases different mediums ceramics, photography and mixed media.
Amy Campbell
Amy is a local emerging artist, working with mixed media collage to produce works which are wild, chaotic and colourful. She is intrigued by the use of unconventional supports which blur the boundaries between the disciplines of painting, sculpture and installation. Amy graduated with First Class Honours from the Australian National University’s painting workshop in 2016. She lives and works in Canberra, and has been actively exhibiting her work for several years, with her first solo exhibition debuting at Canberra Contemporary Art Space in July 2017.
Katrina Leske
Katrina is a talented ceramist from Canberra and got two awards last year The Keane Ceramics Tertiary Student Award, and The Cesco People’s Choice Award.
Gemma Simpson
Gemma has a Bachelor of Visual Arts from the Australian National University (ANU). She is a passionate ceramicist. This sculptural practice is for her “an alternative expression of the need for function”. She loves to create colourful objects which enable you to think ‘outside the box.’
Claire Williams
Claire is graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Photography) with Honours from the Australian National University in 2016. She was the recipient of four separate EASS awards, and is an artist in residence at Photoaccess Gallery. She uses an experimental photographic technique of developing large format negatives for twenty-four hours. This technique allows her to reflect on the photographic medium, its processes, and the way in which portraits are seen and interpreted.
Georgia Sutherland
Georgia aims to draw attention to the overlooked aspects of nature: Objects or organisms which are marginalised or forgotten due to their lack of size, aesthetic appeal, or poor cultural standing. In this project, I focus on lichens and mosses,

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