John Olsen: Goya’s Dog spans eight decades of the artist’s practice, from the 1950s, when he first visited Spain, to the present.
Presenting a selection of recent works by more than 30 international contemporary artists, EuroVisions features a vibrant cross-section of leading tendencies in art from Europe.
Hope in Hell is a rich visual account of one of the oldest and best-preserved examples of colonial Sydney architecture, the Darlinghurst Gaol.
In the 1920s and 1930s, Rayner Hoff was the most gifted – and controversial – public sculptor in Australia.
The fascinating story of how a deredlict wing of Darlinghurst Gaol became the Cell Block Theatre.
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Graduates of the NAS holding a degree, diploma or certificate of the NAS, including graduates of the art department of East Sydney Technical College, Sydney Technical College and Alexander Mackie College of Advanced Education (between 1975-1977); and former students who have successfully completed at least one year of full-time study on any of the award courses included above.
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