Alex Maciver (WA) 2013 FAC Print Award supported by Little Creatures Brewing winner and FAC artists in residence. 2014.

Alex Maciver (WA) 2013 FAC Print Award supported by Little Creatures Brewing winner and FAC artists in residence.

Lacey McKinney (USA) paints portraits of people in the landscape. Throughout her residency McKinney considered the impact from local light and atmospheric conditions compared to that of her native New York. 2013.

Lacey McKinney (USA) paints portraits of people in the landscape. Throughout her residency McKinney considered the impact from local light and atmospheric conditions compared to that of her native New York.

Lacey McKinney (USA) paints portraits of people in the landscape. Throughout her residency McKinney considered the impact from local light and atmospheric conditions compared to that of her native New York. 2013.

Lacey McKinney (USA) paints portraits of people in the landscape. Throughout her residency McKinney considered the impact from local light and atmospheric conditions compared to that of her native New York.

Lacey McKinney (USA) paints portraits of people in the landscape. Throughout her residency McKinney considered the impact from local light and atmospheric conditions compared to that of her native New York. 2013.

Lacey McKinney (USA) paints portraits of people in the landscape. Throughout her residency McKinney considered the impact from local light and atmospheric conditions compared to that of her native New York.

Kieron Broadhurst (WA) created a studio project that negotiated the bleed between popular culture and self-identity and functioned like a social networking site. Returning to FAC for Shareparty 2.0, Broadhurst again asked people to share something with him, from which he created a book. 2013/2014.

Kieron Broadhurst (WA) created a studio project that negotiated the bleed between popular culture and self-identity and functioned like a social networking site. Returning to FAC for Shareparty 2.0, Broadhurst again asked people to share something with him, from which he created a book. 2013/2014.

Kieron Broadhurst (WA) created a studio project that negotiated the bleed between popular culture and self-identity and functioned like a social networking site. Returning to FAC for Shareparty 2.0, Broadhurst again asked people to share something with him, from which he created a book. 2013/2014.

Kieron Broadhurst (WA) created a studio project that negotiated the bleed between popular culture and self-identity and functioned like a social networking site. Returning to FAC for Shareparty 2.0, Broadhurst again asked people to share something with him, from which he created a book. 2013/2014.

Kieron Broadhurst (WA) created a studio project that negotiated the bleed between popular culture and self-identity and functioned like a social networking site. Returning to FAC for Shareparty 2.0, Broadhurst again asked people to share something with him, from which he created a book. 2013/2014.

Kieron Broadhurst (WA) created a studio project that negotiated the bleed between popular culture and self-identity and functioned like a social networking site. Returning to FAC for Shareparty 2.0, Broadhurst again asked people to share something with him, from which he created a book. 2013/2014.

Nina Juniper (WA) explored ideas of architectural space, the public realm and spatial history. Through the analysis of socio-architectural interactions and the materiality of architectural space, her work describes place of transit and dysfunction. 2013.

Nina Juniper (WA) explored ideas of architectural space, the public realm and spatial history. Through the analysis of socio-architectural interactions and the materiality of architectural space, her work describes place of transit and dysfunction.

Nina Juniper (WA) explored ideas of architectural space, the public realm and spatial history. Through the analysis of socio-architectural interactions and the materiality of architectural space, her work describes place of transit and dysfunction. 2013.

Nina Juniper (WA) explored ideas of architectural space, the public realm and spatial history. Through the analysis of socio-architectural interactions and the materiality of architectural space, her work describes place of transit and dysfunction.

Lien Pei Ju (Taiwan) As part of her FAC residency in conjunction with Asialink, Lien collaborated with artists and musicians, working on original compositions and playing an ancient instrument, the Pipa. 2013.

Lien Pei Ju (Taiwan) As part of her FAC residency in conjunction with Asialink, Lien collaborated with artists and musicians, working on original compositions and playing an ancient instrument, the Pipa.


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