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The recipient of the first British School (Rome) Scholarship was announced Wednesday 28th November 2012. Artist Mary Jean Richardson was awarded this scholarship aimed at helping emerging South Australian artists undertake a three month residency at the British School at Rome, Britain’s leading humanities research institute abroad and one of the most prestigious foreign academies in the Italian capital.
The Australian Experimental Art Foundation (AEAF), Cibo Espresso Australia and the Helpmann Academy will offer this scholarship to an emerging artist every year for the next five years. Emerging artists can find out more information here.
Vivonne Twaites, curator of the exhibition Build Me A City spoke to Cath Kenneally about her new exhibition held at the Australian Experimental Arts Foundation.
For more details, see their website.
Christine Morrow, director of the Australian Experiemental Art Foundation, joined Cath Kenneally in the studio to talk about the Scholarship she has helped initiate to allow an emerging South Australian artist to spend three months in Rome at the British School.
Lee Salomone tells Cath Kenneally all about his unique exhibition. Cath begins by setting the scene of the gallery and what you see as you enter the exhibtion.
other voices/altre voci continues at the aeaf till 25th October (check web site for details)
A Universe of Small Truths is an exhibition at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation showcasing the works of established artist, Julie Henderson.
Julie is a doctor of Visual Art Practice and is lecturer in sculpture and installation at the University of South Australia.
Julie speaks to Jennie Lenman about how she has used the space to create a field of objects and what they mean to her.
Broadcast 28 July 2012.