Ben Brown, Emily Hasslehoof, Ross Radiation, Julie Doye, Glenn Smith, Nadia Jellymonstar, Ben Hutchings, juliet Ramone, MichaelGraham, Marcella Mitchell, Anton Emdin, Louise Graber, David Puckeridge, Pteri Dacht-ullman & Lark
A SYDNEY COLLEGE OF THE ARTS
CERAMICS STUDIO EXHIBITION
Clare Bond, Joy Bye, Laelia Douglas Brown,
Beverley Gallop, Jan Howlin, Trevor Fry,
Jia-haur Liang, William Lungas, Mee-Sun Park,
Jesse Rasmussen, Adam Ridgeway,
Rayathip Seignarack, Mitchell Svenson,
Hsin-Yi Teng, Yi Hui Wang.
The artists explore contemporary use of enamel, wax, rust, precious and non-precious materials with an emphasis on landscape both physical and metaphysical.
Image: Wade Marynowsky ‘The sound of one bunyip clapping’ (detail)
November 9th – 22nd, 2006
An Absurd Group Show.
Image: Paul McNeil, 'The Munter' (detail)
October 11th – November 1st, 2006
An exhibition of Paul McNeil's art inspired by gang and surf culture.
Image: Tassia Joannides (detail)
September 20th – October 4th, 2006
An exhibition of jewellery and objects by associate designers of the Metal Design Studio, JamFactory Contemporary Craft and Design, Adelaide. 2006. Artists Exhibiting: Tassia Joannides, Meghann Jones, Michelle Kelly, Meghan O’Rourke.
Image: William Lungas, 'Dense' (detail)
'Clay Station 8'
August 31st – September 13th, 2006
Group show of post graduate, honors and teachers from SCA ceramic department.
Image: Meng-shu , 'Cocacolinasation' (detail)
August 5th – 19th, 2006
Horus and Deloris & Sydney Design Week 06.
Image: Adam Laerkesan, 'Windchaser' (detail)
'After the Winter'
July 6th – 26th, 2006
Sculpture by Adam Laerkesen, Painting by Martin McEwen and Photography by Wendy Shaw.
Image: Koji Ryui, 'Milk Tree Society' (detail)
'Koji Ryui | Déjá Vu'
May 31st – June 28th, 2006
The exhibition features Sydney based artist Koji Ryui’s sculptural works. Diverse range of commonplace materials are transformed using a series of invented and adopted methods exploring structural possibilities.
Image: William Lungas, 'Archi-type series 1' (detail)
'William Lungas | Palimpsest'
April 26th – May 24th, 2006
When ancient manuscripts were reused many times over, the layers of inscription created became known as a palimpsest; a reconstructed record of time. Visit the artist's page here.