School of the Arts, English and Media
In the School of the Arts, English and Media (TAEM) we create graduates who hit the ground running. Our students learn by doing. Our teachers are specialists in their fields passing on important knowhow in order to thrive within the Creative Industries.
2017's first Student Initiated Production is coming to the TAEM performance space in Week 2 of Autumn Session. The production will feature three performances; 'Addicted', '#illridewithyou' and 'A Lifestyle Choice'.
The directors and performers are current second and third year Bachelor of Performance students.
The production will run from Thursday 9 - Sunday 11 March at 8pm nightly. More information can be found on the TAEM Performances Website.
Grad student selected to exhibit work at PICA
Creative Arts grad Greer Harris has been chosen to exhibit her artwork at Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA). Greer was picked as one of only 35 graduates from art schools around Australia to display her work in the annual graduate show, ‘Hatched’.
Hatched, now in its 26th year, features work by recent graduates of the highest calibre from over 20 tertiary institutions around Australia. Students are nominated by their institution with an industry selection panel making the final choice.
The show not only puts a spotlight on the nation’s emerging art practices, but is also an important platform for the artistic careers of the grad students featured.
The exhibition will run at PICA from 6 May – 18 June. More information on the exhibition and a full list of the featured artists can be found on the PICA website.
Creative Writing and Journalism graduate Madelaine Dickie has released her debut novel Troppo.
It is a story of black magic, big waves and crazy expats, Madelaine said, a story that allowed her to combine her love of travel and her love of writing.
Although it took Madelaine the best part of a decade to write, she described the process as a “compulsion”, which propelled her through numerous rewrites and juggling the writing process with full time work.
Nicola Dowse, a double degree student studying Creative Arts and Communication and Media, is the first curatorial intern as part of a new five-year initiative between Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre and UOW’s Visual Arts program.
The new internship will provide the opportunity to develop the skills needed to work in a range of exhibition environments, as well as initiate independent projects.