The final installment in our graduate show photo essay series features work from Northtec’s graduate shows…
This instalment of our graduate show series includes a selection of students from Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design! The featured students will graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts.
Next in our graduate series are a selection of Art and Design students graduating from Ara Institute of Canterbury. The featured students specialised in Applied Visual Arts.
Continuing our photo essay series, here is a selection of works from Hungry Creek Art & Craft School!
Next in our photo essay series we have students from Elam School of Fine Arts!
Continuing our series, this next essay features graduating students from Dunedin School of Art’s Bachelor of Visual Arts and Graduate Diploma of Visual Arts.
Here is the second instalment of our 2017 Graduate Show series, featuring students graduating with a Bachelor of Design and Arts from Whanganui’s UCOL.
Artists Alliance is giving you a peek at Aotearoa’s up-and-coming artists by continuing our popular Graduate Show series! Our first post features graduating students from AUT’s Bachelor of Visual Arts, Bachelor of Visual Arts (Honours) and Master of Visual Arts degrees.
Tommo Jiang, a recent Elam Honours graduate has taken over Rose Tinted Flowers (22B Cross Street) with his work It’ll Be Alright, and in his words, it’s lit.
As part of the Artists Alliance Graduate Series, MIT Jeweller Macarena Bernal reviewed the 2016 MIT Jewellery Graduate Show, Made to Wear. This December, Royal Jewellery Studio in Kingsland was home to this young jewellery exhibition for the 3rd consecutive time, showing work by 5 students recently graduated… Read More