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.
D.I.Y - Student Initiated Project
A Student Initiated Project: 4 short works. Supported by Merringong Theatre Company and the School of Arts, English and Media (TAEM)
When: 8pm, Thursday 19th - Saturday 21 July 2018
Where: Performance Space, Building 25.168
Tickets: Tickets: $15 Full | $12 Conc./Alumni | $8 TAEM Students
Imagined Realities: Student Initiated Project
Imagined Realities is an ambitious curatorial project, showcasing the extraordinary diversity of media employed by twenty-three Visual Art, and Visual Art and Design students across two gallery spaces. it celebrates and explores our perceptions of the world around us. Supported by the School of Arts, English and Media (TAEM)
Curators: Erin Montgomery, Cody Luke and Rhonda Murray.
Opening Reception: Friday 27th July 12:30pm
When: Friday 27th July - Saturday 11th August
Where: TAEM & Blutack Galleries, Building 25
Free Entry, all welcome!
Spinning World (世界を紡ぐ)
Dr Agnieszka Golda and Dr Jo Law present their multi-sensory project incorporating textiles, electronics and graphene at the Powerhouse Museum.
Magnified: A Science Art Exhibition
Explore the discoveries of local researchers and raise vital funds for motor neuro disease research at Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute (IHMRI).
Catherine McKinnon up for prestigious Miles Franklin Literary Award
Illawarra author, playwright and TAEM academic Catherine McKinnon has been included in the longlist for one of Australia’s most important literary prizes and a purse of $60,000, for her novel Storyland.
Update: Cath has been shortlisted for this award!
Picture: Adam McLean via Illawarra Mercury
Staff spotlight: Professor Sue Turnbull
Sue has a passion for teaching and sharing her knowledge with students, and loves that she can learn from them, too. Sue helps students find their why at UOW