Image: Ashleigh Keller, I'm waiting for the wind to blow (detail), photo by Michael Haines.

17 February - 19 March 2022

Graduating artists from Flinders University and the University of South Australia

Artists:

Susie Althorp, Emily Anderson, Talitha Benson, Chloe Bentley, Lauren Bzowy, Georgia Clark, Hannah Coleman, Camille Fitzgerald, Rosemary Helmis, Bianca Hoffrichter, Christopher Houghton, Lucy Keatch, Ashleigh Keller, Catrina Leske, Samuel Matthewman, Leslie Matthews, Tina McKenzie, Emily Megaw, Sydelle Mullen, Caroline Oakley, Holly Phillipson, Holly Rysdale, Izzi Selfe, Miriam Sims, Asha Southcombe, Cecilia Tizard and Claudia Turon.

Location:

ACE Open, Lion Arts Factory, North Terrace, Adelaide

Opening Hours:

Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 4pm

Price:

Free

Access:

Please contact us if you would like to attend and have access needs admin@aceopen.art.

The Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition is an annual celebration of the strongest creative voices emerging from South Australia’s contemporary art scene. 

Twenty-seven visual artists from Flinders University and the University of South Australia will showcase their graduate works at this prominent arts event hosted once again at ACE Open.

Art lovers are invited to take in the eclectic and bold collection of works from Thursday 17 February until Saturday 19 March 2022. A range of disciplines will be on display at the event, including ceramics, painting, jewellery, photography, printmaking, video, installation, sonic art, sculpture, fashion and performance art.

Exhibiting artists will be eligible for 18 awards valued at over $71,000, to be presented on the opening night of the exhibition. The Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition remains one of the most significant opportunities for emerging creatives in the country.

This event has a long-standing history of providing a launch pad for the next generation of South Australian creatives, while also providing a snapshot of the future of contemporary art in our state. Prepare to be moved by the drive and passion of the artists on display.