Bangalow artist Mark Richards is one of the artists featured in the SCU Visual Arts Honours Graduate Exhibition with his series of baby sculptures titled Snow Boy. His work is both about the search for identity and about consumer capitalism.
Bangalow artist Mark Richards is one of the artists featured in the SCU Visual Arts Honours Graduate Exhibition with his series of baby sculptures titled Snow Boy. His work is both about the search for identity and about consumer capitalism.

The graduates

The Southern Cross University Visual Arts Honours Graduate Exhibition 2009 features the work of eight artists. They are Alison Baily, Katie Cross, Tom Fitzgerald, Cedar Henderson, Joanna Kambourian, Michael Moynihan, Mark Richards and Dawn Thirlaway.

The exhibition is being held in V-block at the Lismore campus and runs from this Friday, November 20, to Friday, November 27, from 9am-5pm on weekdays and from 10am to 5pm on Saturday, November 21.


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