Dawn Taylor Fly in fly out 2020 (detail). Porcelain, various textiles, plasticine, pewter, wire, stuffing, glue, 78 x 100.1 x 30 cm. John Curtin College of the Arts.
This is an opportunity for educators to gain insight into the Pulse Perspectives exhibition process, meet the AGWA Learning Team, and network with colleagues. Preview the exhibition at your leisure 4pm-5pm followed by light refreshments and cheese platters in AGWA's Centenary Galleries Ballroom.
Lilly Blue, Manager, AGWA Learning and Creativity Research said, "This year’s Pulse Perspectives exhibition reflects the hopeful, challenging, sensitive and intelligent young voices of 2020’s Year 12 students. The 30 works cross material disciplines and cover themes of environmental crisis, gender, family, loss, identity and lineage, exploring the nuances and wide scope of our turbulent and unpredictable times. The exhibition is a powerful window into the fears, hopes and concerns of young artists experimenting with practice and responding to creative influences. I am always struck by the incredible courage of these young artists to share intimate stories and honest reflections with such unbridled generosity."