Interface - Chris Ianssen
The paintings on exhibition use a combination of traditional knitting and weaving patterns with fragments of digital video interlace. Both these forms of geometric pattern are structures which hold personal memory and cultural practices and explore her Norwegian Heritage.
Campus as Place (NSW 2308) - Philip Pollard
Candidate Philip Pollard was the University Architect and has researched and documented the evolving landscape of the Callaghan Campus from 1990 to 2005. The photographic works illustrate many of the landmark buildings on campus and investigate the practices of architecture, landscape architecture, bushland regeneration and public art.
Extending the Boundaries - Chris Steele
This research investigates the role that new media plays in constructing the visual image in art.
Footprints in the Forest - Soozie Coumbe
Soozie Coumbe investigates the enigmatic space between nature, culture and place and re-interprets this 'space between' through an engagement with the physicality of nature.
Women Technology Utopia
24 large scale photographs explore the uniquely local and dynamic visual culture of Asia through representations of the female body and utopian technological visions.
BLACKWHITE at the University Gallery is an exhibition which acknowledges the talents of current students and graduates from degrees in Fine Art at the University of Newcastle.
The Honours year of the Fine Art degree represents the start of a new future for students of the University of Newcastle and a pathway to postgraduate study. Under the guidance of lecturers, they research in depth areas relevant to their own practice.
Illuminating the Scrolls: Illustrating Australian nature in response to the biblical texts of Lamentations, Ruth, Ecclesiates and Esther
Fiona Fennigwerth's research for the award of a PhD is an exhibition of watercolour works illustrating the text of the Ancient Hebrew Bible. The set of four series of watercolours each focus on a particular Australian habitat.
Doing, Being, Becoming... Occupational Therapists - 4th Year Occupational Therapy Student Works
For the second year, the 4th year Occupational Therapy students will be presenting their work in the University Gallery. The students work in pairs to present a piece of visual art-work under the theme 'occupation'.
Dystopia, Utopia, Fantasia: a journey into the unknown
This series of painting and digital prints explores the early history of Newcastle, and takes the viewer on a journey to Newcastle's penal settlement between 1801 and 1813.
Ben Quilty is one of the most acclaimed artists working in the contemporary Australian art scene today. He was the winner of the Brett Whiteley Travelling Art Scholarship in 2002 and a finalist in the Archibald Prize in 2008, 2006, 2005 and 2004.