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What's it really like to study Fine Art webinar

About the webinar

Join us to gain first-hand insights into what it's like to study fine art in a dynamic creative community.

Presented by Prof Kathy Temin, Head of Fine Art and Dr Spiros Panigirakis, Deputy Head of Fine Art, you'll hear all about our highly experimental studio-based courses and find out what it's like to work one-on-one with some of Australia’s most successful artists.

This course will let you focus on hands-on practice or allow you to develop your knowledge as a specialist in Art History and Curating.


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Professor Kathy Temin

Kathy Temin has exhibited nationally and internationally since 1990.

In 2009 her work was the subject of a 20-year survey exhibition at the Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne.

PhD VCA/Melbourne University, MFA VCA/Melbourne University, BFA Victoria College, Melbourne.

Dr Spiros Panigirakis

Spiros Panigirakis is an artist and educator that is based in Melbourne.

He has taught across the Theory Program, Sculpture, Painting and Drawing Departments. In 2011 he completed a practice-driven PhD in the Faculty of Art Design and Architecture at Monash University. Entitled STUDIO CONDITIONS, the research was a site-driven art project that explored how institutional structures and subjective identities frame one another. As a visual artist Panigirakis works with groups in both a curatorial and collaborative capacity. He is interested in how presentational devices, furniture and organisational frameworks influence the construction of meaning, form and sociability. He was a founding member of the artist-run initiative CLUBSproject Inc. He is represented by Sarah Scout, Melbourne.

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