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Oblique perspective a new take on city

Monday, 28th October, 2013

TAFE library manager, Vicki Taylor, surveys the “Urban Angles” TAFE library manager, Vicki Taylor, surveys the “Urban Angles”

Broken Hill’s buildings are the subject of one of two new exhibitions that have just opened at the TAFE Library.

“Urban Angles” is the culmination of works created this year by students studying Information, Digital Media and Technology, from Certificate II to Diploma.

They photographed the city’s architecture at unusual angles to create interesting abstracts.

The students looked for clean, graphic lines and bright colours in various buildings, inside and out.

A “People’s Choice” prize will be awarded by a public vote.

“It is an interesting perspective of Broken Hill,” said IT Head teacher, Alison Burt.

“It is also our way of participating in the Fringe Festival.”

“Space Terrarium”, the other exhibition on shown at TAFE, features the graphic art of students Virginia Taylor, Raphael Sherriff and Joanna Doley.

Their works are in pastel, ink and Conte on textured card. 

The college library is open daily and everyone is welcome to attend the exhibitions which will run until the end of the year.

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