Indian Link article on the ‘Mythopoetic: Women Artists from Australia and India’, exhibition currently in three of the Queensland College of Art galleries.
The exhibition Mythopoetic: women artists from India and Australia takes place across three galleries located at Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art.
Today at the Griffith University Art Gallery, David M Thomas will talk about his art practice and the project Every day I am a day older, featured in the exhibition.
Dr Chris Bennie, Queensland College of Art (QCA) Alumni, recent QCA Sessional Academic and current Exhibition and Public Programs Officer for Griffith University Art Gallery is the recent award recipient of Gold Coast Art Prize 2012.
All graduate exhibition information is also available on the Griffith University site.
An exhibition of film and video works that explore the notion of artistic homage through documentation, interview and through poetic experiments made for the screen, touching on issues of trust and permission, naturalness and performance, mortality and ephemerality.
Congratulations to the 2012 award winners of the 25th Churchie National Emerging Art Awards held at Griffith University Art Gallery, Queensland College of Art, South Bank, July 27, 2012.
Chris Bennie is a contemporary artist, curator and QCA alumnus. He is currently employed at Griffith University as a Lecturer in New Media and as Exhibitions and Public Programs Officer in the Griffith University Art Gallery.
Griffith University Art Gallery Public Programs presents: ‘The When and Where of Photography.’