Margot Hardy Gallery
Access Printmaking Studio – Revisited Featuring works produced at the Access Printmaking Studio, at Western Sydney University's Bankstown campus in the 1990's
Wind SurfaceWind Surface (detail)1999Ruth CohnSilkscreen print on paper, A/P100cm x 70cm
- Margot Hardy Gallery, Foyer, Bldg 23, Bankstown campus, Bullecourt Ave, Milperra (View Map)
- 17 - 29 Mar 2020
- Mondays - Fridays, 9am - 5pm
'Access Printmaking Studio – Revisited' is an exhibition featuring works from Western Sydney University’s Art Collection, that were produced at the Access Printmaking Studio. This Studio was based within the Art School located on the University’s Bankstown campus during the 1990's.
This exhibition showcases works produced during international residencies by artists such as Ruth Cohn, Russell Ferguson and Hugh Merrill. It also displays works by Aboriginal artists, Treahna Hamm and Gordon Hookey, who produced prints at the Studio during collaborative workshops run by Theo Tremblay, a visiting lecturer from the Canberra School of Art.
Artworks produced during these residencies and workshops were purchased by or donated to the University.