Photography students plucked from crowd

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YOU have until this weekend to catch up with  “Plucked,” a  selection of works from the ANU School of Art 2013 Graduation Exhibition as part of Belconnen Community  Services’ contribution to the Emerging Artist Support Scheme (EASS).

“Farewell No 1” by Tiffany Roweth
“Farewell No 1” by Tiffany Roweth
Each year ‘gallery@ bcs’, as part of its ‘Springboard’ series, selects four graduating artists from one department of the ANU School of Art to put together a group show.

This year they  have selected four artists from the Photography and Media Arts department: Ashleigh Clayton; Tiffany Roweth; Sarah Nathan-Truesdale; and Sophie Penkethman-Young.

According to gallery director, Ben Drysdale, each artist has explored ideas of the visual image in relation to “memory, fantasy, and the ethereal, and perception”.

“Plucked,” at gallery@bcs , in Belconnen Community Centre, Swanson Court, Belconnen 9am-4:30pm Mon-Fri.

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