Join us for an exhibition of artworks by acclaimed Australian artist Jasper Knight, curated by seven Knox students as part of the Young Curators program.
Knox Grammar School
The Young Curators program, an initiative by 3:33 Art Projects, has given these students the opportunity to hand-pick a number of Jasper Knight’s bold and colourful industrial landscapes for display at Knox.
The exhibition also includes works capturing the buildings and spaces of Knox.
Jasper Knight is a frequent finalist in the Archibald, Sulman and Moran prizes multiple times, most recently his portrait of artist Jason Phu was a finalist in the 2019 Archibald Prize.
Exhibition entry is free and open to the public.
Dates: Tuesday 12 - Friday 29 November 2019
Opening night: Thursday 14 November 2019, 6.30pm - RSVP by 8 November at http://bit.ly/industrial-evolution
Location: Junior Academy and Performing Arts Centre foyer (Senior School, Woodville Ave, Wahroonga)
This exhibition is presented as part of 3:33 Art Project’s Young Curators program.
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