2008.11-2008.20 Kudos Exhibitions
11. The Sight Of Greek Sound
Exhibition Opening: 5.00-7.30 PM, Tuesday 29 April
Exhibition continues until May 3
Shane has been photographing Sydney’s multicultural music program ‘café carnivale’ since 2001. His photographs are the only historical record of the incredible talent amongst Sydney’s many multicultural communities.
12. Infinite Possibilities 2
Exhibition Opening: 5.00-7.30 PM, Tuesday 6 May
Exhibition continues until May 10
A series of paintings exploring alternate environments and a sense of mystery, isolation and suspense.
Jewellery and Object Design by COFA staff & postgraduate research students Diane Appleby, Merilyn Bailey, Brenda Factor, Yoshiko Ito, Joungmee Do, Kamila Shepherd, Susanna Strati, Szuszy Timar, Bic Tieu, Zoe Veness.
Curated by Wendy Parker
Exhibition Opening; 5.00-7,.30 PM, Tuesday 13 May
Exhibition continues until May 17
Jewellery and objects @ COFA.
14. A Graphic Investigation of the Atlas as a Narrative Format for the Visual Communication of Cultural and Social Data
Richard C. T. Gregory
Exhibition Opening: 5.00-7.30 PM, Tuesday 20 May
Exhibition continues until May 24.
Exhibition Opening: 5.00-7.30 PM, Tuesday 27 May
Exhibition continues until May 31
(Nam- in- ma ) a Gadigal word meaning ‘show’
Naminma is an exhibition featuring emerging and established indeigenous artists currently studying at COFA. Presented by Nura Gili Indeigenous Progrmas, Naminma celebrates continuing connection to land, culture, community and place and will be held during UNSW’s Indigenous Week celebrations.
16. KUDOS TO KUDOS
Curated by Marcel Cooper
Exhibition Opening: 5.00-7,.30 PM, Tuesday 3 June
Exhibition continues until June 14
10 year Birthday Celebration!
Showcasing both artists at the beginning of their careers alongside some of Australia’s leading contemporary artists.
Opening night features live performances.
17. Kawaii Pop
Exhibition Opening: 5.00-7.30 PM, Tuesday 17 June
Exhibition continues untiil June 28
‘Tanabata’ festival inspired installation. Tanabata is a summer holiday in Japan, celebrated on the 7th day of the 7th month (traditionally of the lunar calendar). the story of Tanabata is of 2 lovers, Orihime a weaving princess (the star Vega) and Hikoboshi a cowherd (the star Altair), who are separated by the milky way, and only allowed to meet once a year on this day.
18. Shadows of the city
Danella Bennett, Evan Brooks, Pero Kolak and Natalie Stonestreet
Exhibition Opening: 5.00-7.30 PM, Tuesday 1 July
Exhibition continues until 5 July
Investigating the disconnected experience of the contemporary urban landscape .
19. Take a seat
3rd Year Applied/Object Students.
Exhibition Opening: 5.00-7.30 PM, Tuesday 23 July
Exhibition continues until July 26
Re-defining the Chair in new scenarios, designing in sustainable contexts.
20. Possible Curries
Exhibition Opening: 5.00-7.30 PM, Tuesday 29 July
Exhibition continues until August 2
Delivering you from art’s continual disappointment.