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LOCO - 2012 Graduate Exhibition


Work from the School of Visual and Performing Arts BCA, MCA, MFA and PhD examination folios of 2012.

Start Date

Nov 23, 2012

End Date

Nov 30, 2012


Academy Gallery, University of Tasmania, Inveresk campus.

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LOCO - 2012 Graduate Exhibition

Opening speaker: Kerry Finch MLC, Independent Member for Rosevears

Exhibition opening: 5.30 to 7pm Friday 23 November

Exhibition dates:  23 November to 30 November

Exhibition curator: Melanie Kershaw

Exhibition Assistant Curator: Merle Tonts

Exhibition artists: James Ballard, Robyn Barnet, Victoria Bhojwani, Erin Bouckley, Carol Boyd, Daniel Brasher, Glen Butler, Bogil Choi, Nicola Coote, Jack Facer, Susan Goodall, Shane Gould, Justin Groves, Nor Karmila Hamzah, James Harrison, Alarna Hingston, Binna Hong, Rebecca Howard, Alice Hutchison, Rhiannon James, Harry Kent, Zahnia Kentish, Gulcan Kilinc, Mitchell Langley, Yu Juan Lee, Andrej Lightheart-Apse, Aaron Lyall, Samuel Lynch, Judith Maslin, Brenton Matthey, Jesse McCormack, Nur Atikah Sari Mohamed, Christopher Morgan, Suzannah O’Sullivan, John Parish, Samuel Parry, Sally Plowright, Rebecca Reedman, Troy Ridgway, Darryl Rogers, Serena Rosevear, Amelia Rowe, Noor Rahman Saini, Dylan Saville, Shahrizuan Shaharuddin, Thomas Smith, Patrick Sutczak, Gyorgy Szerencsi, Robin Tanner, Bonnie Taylor, Hong Teng, Ryllton Viney, Brittany Walker, Vanessa Wallace, Rachael Williams, Diane Yow

LOCO presents a survey of the best and most dynamic work from the School of Visual and Performing Arts BCA, MCA, MFA and PhD examination folios of 2012. The LOCO exhibition gives a wonderful overview of the 2012 graduate portfolio presentations.

Audiences will experience a variety of mediums and themes, as explored by graduates from many of the current SVPA courses.  Works on exhibition include painting, drawing, print media, sculpture, ceramics, and performing arts, with students represented from local, national and international backgrounds.

The diversity of LOCO demonstrates the vibrancy and cross-cultural exchange constantly taking place at the Academy of the Arts. 

image credit: Amelia Rowe, And good girls drag their arses too, 2012, steel armature, polystyrene, expanding foam, aqua resin, wool 115 x 70 x 90cm