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studio art

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Gillian Crothers

on 12 September 2013

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Transcript of studio art

And one more thing...
Studio Art
Ben Quilty
This is a link to an article from the Sydney Morning Herald on Quilty and his practice
This is a link to a documentary on Ben Quilty
link to Ben Quilty's website
This is a link to Patricini's website
Ben Quilty (born 1973 in Sydney) is an Australian artist who won the 2011 Archibald Prize. He has built a career on painting the booze fuelled world of Australian suburban bloke’s culture.

Quilty grew up in Kenthurst in Sydney's north-west. He lives and works in Robertson, New South Wales. He is a graduate of the Sydney College of the Arts at the University of Sydney.Quilty also graduated from the University of Western Sydney with a Bachelor's degree in Visual Communication.
Patricia Piccinini arrived in Australia in 1972 with her family. She initially studied economic history before enrolling at art school in Melbourne. Since 1991 her work has been exhibited around the world, including the Berlin Biennale 2001 and in Songs of the Earth in Kassell, in 2000.

Piccinini works in a variety of media, including painting, sculpture, video, sound, installation and digital prints. She enjoys exploring what she calls ‘the often specious distinctions between the artificial and the natural’. The concepts that underpin modern science, such as genetic engineering and other forms of biotechnology, appear to fascinate her.
Link to Patricia Piccinini's biography.
Link to Patricia Piccinini's artist statement
Unit 3 Area of study 1:
Exploration Proposal
Unit 3 Area of Study 2:
Design Process
Unit 3 Area of Study 3:
Professional Art Practices and Styles
Unit 4 Area of study 1:
Folio of Artworks
Unit 4 Area of Study 2:
Focus, Reflection and Evaluation
Unit 4 Are of Study 3:
Art Industry Contexts
Course Summary and Assessment Dates
Gallery worksheet
Example of Student
Exploration Proposal
Exploration Proposal
What do you need to do?
Design Process
Appropriation and copyright
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