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November 29, 2016
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Sensory Narratives

  • Picture: Josh Geelen

The Graduate Exhibition is Adelaide Central School of Art’s most important annual event. This year it will present a significant body of outstanding work from 30 graduating Bachelor of Visual Art [Honours] and Bachelor of Visual Art students (its largest cohort to date).


Sensory Narratives opens this Saturday (Dec 3),  from 4pm – 6pm at the Adelaide Central School of Art -Glenside Cultural Precinct, 7 Mulberry Road, Glenside. All welcome. The exhibition is showing December 5 – 22, and gallery hours are weekdays 9 – 5pm and Saturdays 1 – 4pm.

Sensory Narratives will take over all three floors of the Teaching and Studio Building and Adelaide Central Gallery with more than 200 works, ranging through paintings, drawings, sculpture, mixed media works, installation works, textiles, film, sound and photography.

Rachel Kent, Chief Curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, will judge and present the 2016 Awards for Excellence at the exhibition. She also speak at the public opening event on Saturday 3 December, when The Hon. Leesa Vlahos MP (Minister for Disabilities, Minister for Mental Health and Substance Abuse) will open the exhibition.

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