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Margaret Whitlam Galleries

Past & Present An exhibition of WSU's PhD candidates past and present

Interwoven Landscapes: Time is the essence from which we are made

(detail)
Bronwyn Berman
2014
Paper contact printed with material from the Nepean and Lachlan rivers; handmade twine
550cm x 180cm
 

Interwoven Landscapes: Time is the essence from which we are made

(installation view)
Bronwyn Berman
2014
Paper contact printed with material from the Nepean and Lachlan rivers; handmade twine
550cm x 180cm

Past & Present Exhibition

By Dawne Fahey

Past & Present Exhibition

By Dawne Fahey

Past & Present Exhibition

By Dawne Fahey

RSVP by Wednesday 30 October to Monica McMahon by phone on 02 4620 3450 or email monica.mcmahon@westernsydney.edu.au

Venue
Margaret Whitlam Galleries, Female Orphan School, Parramatta (South) Campus, Western Sydney University (View Map)
Date
1 Nov 2019 - 31 Jan 2020
Open
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, 10am – 4pm and the first Saturday of each month, 11am – 4pm (excluding long weekends and public holidays).

For an invitation to the exhibition, please see Past & Present Invitation (PDF, 909.81 KB)

Past and Present – an exhibition highlighting multimedia works by past graduates and current PhD candidates at Western Sydney University.

The exhibition is a fusion of the current arts practice of PhD candidates and those that have recently completed their PhD; as well as works by past graduates that are represented within the University’s Art Collection.

Artists featured include Liam Benson, Rachel Bentley, Bronwyn Berman, Janice Bruny, Dawne Fahey, Adam Hill (Blak Douglas), Felicia Kan,, Juan Klaver, Gillian Leahy, Ellen Malanos, Jan Pilgrim, Emily Rytmeister, Enrico Scotece, John South, Savanhdary Vongpoothorn, Nathan Waters and Justene Williams.

Join us at the opening on Saturday 2nd November at 1.00 pm for light refreshments, followed by artists presenting floor talks in the gallery about their work.

 For information on getting to the Margaret Whitlam Gallery, and on parking, click here.