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          Art & Design graduate Joshua Reeves takes home TWT优秀奖

          在艺术家,被授予$ 5,000津贴为他的雕塑 中等偏下的屁股 at the A&D ANNUAL 19 Graduate Exhibition.



          根据找到的对象和创伤艺术家的雕塑曾荣获优秀奖2019 TWT。

          约书亚·里维斯获奖雕塑 中等偏下的屁股 was selected from over 150 student submissions presenting their final projects at the A&D ANNUAL 19.  


          “这项工作是故事,情感,并与开放性的俏皮困难时期迭代真理的复述,”我说。 “我喜欢让人们笑,我发现的笑话和幽默是致力于开辟各地家庭虐待和创伤谈话一个真正好方法。”


          Established in 2017, the TWT优秀奖 is awarded to the top graduating artist announced at the opening of the A&D ANNUAL 19.

          This year’s exhibition is the largest national showcase of graduate contemporary art and design with UNSW Art & Design students presenting work across four venues. The 展览 encompasses film, animation, photography, sound, digital media and graphic design, as well as painting, object design, sculpture, printmaking, and textiles.

          “UNSW Art & Design has an outstanding record for producing critically acclaimed artists and the ANNUAL 19 exemplifies this,” says Dean Ross Harley. “We are proud to produce the next generation of cutting-edge artists and designers.”  

          Mr Reeves’ winning artwork was selected by the 2019 judging panel, which included Art & Design Deputy Dean Marie Sierra, Deputy Head of School (Design) Dr Mark Ian Jones, academic Debra Phillips, and artist Caroline Rothwell.

          The TWT优秀奖 shortlist included Art & Design graduating artists Holly Dixon, Sian Kelly, Lisa Dwyer and designers Forough Najarbehbahani and Anqi Gao. Ms Gao was highly commended for her work Ocean Coffee Dream. 

          The A&D ANNUAL 19 Graduate Exhibition runs until December 14 at UNSW Art & Design Paddington.

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