Impressions Explorations in Printmaking, Arts Academy, Federation University

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This exhibition features a curated selection of artworks by second-year students, highlighting the foundational skills they have developed in Printmaking over the semester. Through diligent effort, these students have refined their styles and broadened their understanding of various artistic methods within Printmaking.

Additionally, they have deepened their knowledge of professional arts practice, honing their critical and evaluative abilities. Exhibiting their work beyond the university setting provides invaluable experience, further enriching their overall artistic education and experience.

Students exhibiting are:

Alyssa Goodwin, Jennifer Hart, Brielle Hogan, Clayton Keefe, Rachel King, Blythe Plier, Tahlia Roberts, Izzie Sterk.

Exhibitions in Unicorn Lane can be viewed day and night.

Content: City of Ballarat

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  • Actively welcomes people with access needs.

  • 13 Jul–21 Aug

Unicorn Lane

Ballarat Central VIC 3350

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