School of Creative Arts and Media

Events | Art | Hobart


January

Kerry Gregan, Shovin, 2007, oil on canvas, 152 x 152.5 cm

A decolonial geographic

An exhibition that recalibrates the idealised and Romantic view of landscape

Exhibition  Hobart 

February

March

April

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The Green Brain

Public lecture of the Australian Music and Art Research Group

Public Lecture  Hobart 

May

June

Ella Condon, Tracing Moonlight - thumbnail

Dark [Other] Times

Due to environmental issues which have arisen as a result of recent flooding, the below event has had to be closed.Is our present moment one of rupture, rapture, or revulsion?

Exhibition  Hobart 

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Panopticon II | Dark Mofo

Curated by John Vella and presented by Dark Mofo and the School of Creative Arts, University of Tasmania.

Community  Hobart 

July

Plimsoll - Antonia Aitken, Untitled II (holdfast iterations), 2018, hand and lasercut plywood and woodcut print on mulberry paper, 120 x 180cm - thumb

Antonia Aitken - PhD examination

This project aims to acknowledge the complexity within place relationships that bear witness to the imprint of settler colonialism

Exhibition  Hobart 

Plimsoll - David Edgar, face, charcoal on paper, 105 x 105cm, 2016

David Edgar - PhD examination

An exhibition that critically interrogates Husserl’s phenomenologic theory of conscious experience, and applies it in new practical ways in the field of drawing.

Exhibition  Hobart 

Nathan Taylor Untitled III, 2017 -thumbnail

Nathan Taylor - PhD examination

A studio-based research project that examines the pictorial compositions of contemporary food imaging.

Exhibition  Hobart 

August

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Janine Miller - MFA examination

The project’s objective is to challenge the derogation of postmenopausal women who are often considered to be worthless in contemporary Western society.

Exhibition  Hobart 

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Ron Wilson - MFA examination

This ensemble of nine paintings, engages with the migrant narrative of the members of the popular Hobart band, at a moment suspended between nostalgia for a past homeland

Exhibition  Hobart 

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Tim Sidebottom - MFA examination

This research engages with the vessel form as a sculptural device to distil a sense of reverence and mystery encountered in Tasmanian landscapes

Exhibition  Hobart 

September

Nadege - systematic - Plimsoll

Systematic

An exhibition showcasing eight Australian artists whose works engage with the creative potential of systems to critique, re-imagine or re-invent their workings

Exhibition  Hobart 

October

Nadege - systematic - Plimsoll

Systematic

An exhibition showcasing eight Australian artists whose works engage with the creative potential of systems to critique, re-imagine or re-invent their workings

Exhibition  Hobart 

November

An Artist’s Impression of MONA as a Ruin 2, silver coloured pencil and graphite pencil on paper - thumbnail

Helen Wright - PhD examination

A studio-based project seeks to challenge the picturesque conventions governing the depiction of ruins in the past

Exhibition  Hobart 

December

An Artist’s Impression of MONA as a Ruin 2, silver coloured pencil and graphite pencil on paper - thumbnail

Helen Wright - PhD examination

A studio-based project seeks to challenge the picturesque conventions governing the depiction of ruins in the past

Exhibition  Hobart 

Angelica Mesiti, Silent polyphony

Seeing Voices

A NETS Victoria and Monash University Museum of Art | MUMA touring exhibition

Exhibition  Hobart