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Closing Event: QCA HDR Represent | A 2021 Retrospective

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POP Gallery, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University

381 Brunswick Street

Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006

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We invite you to the closing event of the Queensland College of Art Higher Degree Research candidates on Friday, 24th September 2021.

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This exhibition showcases the ongoing work of the current Doctoral cohort at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. These diverse artworks are the result of extensive practice-based research by the following 24 artists:

Abraham Garcia

jean claire martin

Paula Payne

Annique Goldenberg

Tyza Stewart

Ree Hegh

Claire Tracey

Deborah Eddy

Matthew Newkirk

Pascale Schmid

Kathryn Blumke

Jacques Van Der Merwe

Aaron Perkins

Merete Megarrity

Yanqiao Jiang

Nina White

Priscilla Bracks

Rachel Wellisch

Sharna Barker

Mandy Quadrio

Karen Stone

Yifan Pan

Crisia Constantine

Anthony Elliott Baker

The rationale for this show is to bring together a dispersed cohort that has survived the isolation of covid, funding cuts and studio changes. Together we represent a collective of artists deeply engaged in post graduate research as evidenced through these creative outcomes.

This exhibition has been coordinated by QCA HDR Representatives, jean claire Martin & Claire Tracey, and is proudly sponsored by GUPSA.

Come and support our cohort at the closing event, Friday 24th September. There are two viewing times, 6pm and 7pm.

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POP Gallery, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University

381 Brunswick Street

Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006

Australia

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QCA Galleries are a facility of the Queensland College Art. Exhibitions, guest lectures and artist talks are programmed throughout the year with exhibition opportunities available to students, staff and external exhibitors. Exhibitions are free and open to the public.

We aim to foster experimentation and innovation while providing a forum for research, ideas and exchange. Exhibition programming varies across our four gallery spaces, with a primary focus on contemporary art and design, research, curatorial projects and connections between artists from South East Queensland and beyond.

QCA Galleries are comprised of four exhibition spaces – the Project Gallery and Webb Gallery, both located at the QCA South Bank campus; the White Box Gallery located at the QCA Gold Coast campus; and Machinery Street Galleries, off-campus in Bowen Hills.

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