RMIT graduates ‘It was like a Fever’ @ No Vacancy Gallery

3 12 2011

Continuing the fun that is the graduate show fiesta – this time the RMIT Gold & Silversmithing (Bachelor of Fine Arts, 3yrs) graduates and Honours in ‘It was like a Fever‘ at No Vacancy Gallery.

installation image

Participating artists are (in alphabetical order by surname):

  • Ruby Aitchison
  • Katie Jayne Britchford [blog]
  • Clementine Edwards
  • Allona Goren
  • Yasmin Hackett [blog]
  • Wendy Korol
  • Lin Lin
  • Claire McArdle (Honours) [see my post about her recent solo exhibition; site]
  • Joelle Peters
  • Khyran Randall-Demllo – really liked the pieces below

    Khyran Randall-Demllo

  • Sarah Wallace – her Miro pieces certainly channelled the artist (I picked up the influence before reading the titles)
  • Aurelia Yeomans [kit and caboodle profiles]


Check out my story on the 1st and 2nd year exhibition ‘Got a Nice Ring to it‘, to see some of their work from last year.

It was like a Fever‘ is at No Vacancy Gallery until 4th December 2011.

Update (12th December): Katie Jayne Britchford has some great images on her blog too!



2 responses

5 12 2011
Mark Holsworth

I saw the exhibition – it was more like miniature contemporary sculpture than jewellery.

5 12 2011

I was thinking something similar actually – and so wondered what about the silversmithing projects/skills was more collectively attractive than the jewellery ones…
And was wondering if the sculptural aspect will be even more accented in the new degree structure.

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