The Fellows: Vice-Chancellor's Artist Fellowship Scheme Exhibition

Image credit: Jay Kochel, Karesansui 1, 2016

An exhibition showcasing the unique collaborations between artists from the ANU School of Art and Design and other ANU researchers from a wide range of disciplines is now showing. 

The Vice-Chancellor’s Visiting Artist Fellows Scheme (VCAFS) was established by the Australian National University to celebrate and encourage interdisciplinary research.

Since inception the VCAFS program has supported almost 30 artists working with academic colleagues in a remarkable range of disciplines, among them psychology, computer science, archaeology, anatomy, herpetology, chemistry, law, plant ecology and geology.

The VCAFS 2018 exhibition showcases the work of 16 current and past Fellows, including that of Photography and Media Arts lecturer Dr Kit Devine and her collaborator Dr Ben Swift, a lecturer from ANU Research School of Computer Science.

The reception for the 2018 Vice-Chancellor's College Artist Fellows Scheme exhibition reception is on 9 July. The exhibition ends 13 July.

Image credit: Jay Kochel, Karesansui 1, 2016
machine drawing, pen on chalkboard paint
on 300gsm Snowden
141 x 262.5 cm
(15 panels 47 x 52.5cm each)
469,281 objects
path length: 2,287,558.05mm

Date & time

10.30am 22 Jun – 5pm 13 Jul 2018


105 Childers Street ANU School of Art & Design


Dr Dan Stewart-Moore
(02) 6125 5841

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