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Cool Video of End of Year Sculpture Exhibition

I thought I would show a video that COFA Online has produced of COFA’s end of year exhibition, the COFA Annual 2009. This video showcases some of the sculpture students’ works, and the ‘host’ of the video makes it fun to watch. The link to my thoughts on online education, well this video is a part of COFA Talks Online, a series of videos showcasing events and interviews with artists and designers.

They are a free educational resource people can use. And there will be plenty more videos coming. I hope you have time to check them all out. Enjoy!

COFA Annual 2009 Exhibition Sculpture Highlights

Allan Giddy, COFA lecturer, and Director of the Environmental Research Institute for Art, takes us on a guided tour of some of the best sculpture works from the 2009 COFA Annual Exhibitionhttp://annual.cofa.unsw.edu.au/2009

Allan’s vibrant commentary takes us through the inspiration, meaning and impact of the sculpture and installation works against the backdrop of the excitement of the opening night of the COFA Annual Exhibition in November 2009.

Featured are the works of Alex Varvaressos, Katherine Corcoran, Edward Horne, Gemma O’Nions, Jessica Pickford and Perran Costi.

For a lot more videos, please visit the COFA Online Gateway.

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  1. January 30, 2010 at 1:29 am

    Incredible work, creativity, innovation, and thought. I loved watching the COFA Environmental Research Institute for Art. Thank you for sharing this!

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