Emerging Contemporaries

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Emerging Contemporaries

3 February - 19 March 2022

Sarah Barlow | Elliane Boulton | Noel Davar | Solomon Gates | Dom Gowans | Roz Hall | Brandon Harrison | Adeline Higgins | Abbie Holbrook | Tessa Hoser | Shen-Ju Hsieh | Ronnie Jordan | Alex Khoo | Daniel Licastro | Oliver Owens | Sue Peachey | Ailish Power | Kate Rice | Bronwyn Sargeson | Lucy Stackpool | Eliza Styles | Moea Vonsy | Cathy Zhang

Emerging Contemporaries is the Craft ACT National Award Exhibition for early career artists. This exhibition plays a pivotal role in supporting and transitioning artists into professional practice and placing Australian artists in view of the national cultural collecting institutions, industry and audience.

Craft ACT is always looking for new talent to nurture and to add to our growing community. For Emerging Contemporaries, we select emerging designers and makers from numerous local institutions including; Sturt School for Wood, Canberra Potters Society, Canberra Institute of Technology, University of Canberra, the ANU School of Art + Design, University of New South Wales and the CAPO Craft ACT Emerging Artist award. 

Selected artists:
Sturt School for Wood: Noel Davar, Brandon Harrison and Moea Vonsy
Canberra Potters Society: Shen-Ju Hsieh and Tessa Hoser
Canberra Institute of Technology: Elliane Boulton and Lucy Stackpool
University of Canberra: Alex Khoo, Daniel Licastro and Eliza Styles
ANU School of Art + Design: Abbie Holbrook, Kate Rice, Dom Gowans, Bronwyn Sargeson, Roz Hall, Adeline Higgins, Oliver Owens, Cathy Zhang and Solomon Gates
University of New South Wales: Ailish Power and Sarah Barlow
CAPO Craft ACT Emerging Artist award: Sue Peachey

Image: Roz Hall, Kinetics of Uncertainty Collection, Photo Brenton McGeachie