Queensland College of Art’s threatened printmaking department has been saved, writes Tim Mosely.
Queensland College of Art PhD candidate Matthew Newkirk details the threat to the college’s printmaking department, other departments and the college’s broader future and reputation.
Superpowers #2: Three Hundred and Sixty-Five Days Under the Sun
words by Eugenia Flynn
artwork by Yasbelle Kerkow
Mei Sheong Wong explores a new exhibition at Adelaide’s unique venue, Mrs Harris’ Shop.
Discussing the big community steamroller event they have planned for this coming weekend – Sunday 15 November – are the cofounders of Stone & Quoin Studio at 6 Manton St Hindmarsh in South Australia: Simone Tippett (Union St Printmakers) and Damien Warman (stick to galley press).
Roslyn Kean discusses her new exhibition, Through Shadows.
By Monique Bosshard Curby
In this interview, Sheyne Tuffery discusses his experimental, exploratory approach to printmaking, working on multiple projects in his studio.
In this interview, Rhi Johnson discusses memory, narrative, and the challenges of reduction printing techniques.
In this interview, A.H.C. McDonald discusses how his work collides with dangerous Australia, with technical challenges along the way.