Itching for university holidays to finish? Yeah, us neither. But the COFA Galleries are launching three new exhibitions, exploring areas such as new design thinking, the natural world, and contemporary Australian and Korean printmaking, making campus a more bearable place.
Establishing a strong rapport with a bunch of leading creative practitioners and researchers, non-for-profit organisation Tasmanian Land Conservancy, and the Chugy University for the Arts in Seoul, have exhibitions displaying critical and innovative approaches to their subjects.
Feral Experimental: New Design Thinking, The Skullbone Experiment, and Seoul – Sydney are showing this month, with a combined opening on Friday 18 July. Visit the COFA Galleries website for details.