Visual Arts students’ exhibition of graduation work
Students' final presentaton and graduation ceremony takes place
After three years of study that includes clay modelling, wood and stone carving, casting techniques, and drawing and colour work, our latest cohort of students has graduated.
Emerson’s Visual Arts course helps students discover their creative capacities in visual arts and sculpture; we provide students the space in which their own impulses in art can clarify and mature.
After three years of study that includes clay modelling, wood and stone carving, casting techniques, and drawing and colour work, our latest cohort of students has graduated. Their graduation presentation, which took place on 17 June, was opened by tutor Rudolf Kaesbach and followed by a short presentation of their work by each of the students.
Jasmine Perinpanayagam created sculptures and paintings of each of the seven planets:
Rachel Aharon completely refurbished the yurt and created a trail around it, to create the ‘experience of space’ as part of her project:
Alex Wright talked about the ‘four elements’ and his work represented an experience of the elements – earth, water, air and fire.
Felipe Vignolo presented his work on a piece of land behind Emerson’s pond, incorporating a path through the campus as ‘land art’:
The event was followed by a barbeque and a ceremony which took place in Ruskin Hall. Ronald Templeton talked about the students’ three year journey, and their accomplishments within that time.