New Zealand artists Sarah Tuck and Jess Holly Bates performed ‘The Offensive Nipple Show’ at the Sydney Fringe Festival on the weekend. When they heard about the Sydney College of the Arts being threatened with closure (and the occupation to save it) they wanted to pose for this photo! Theatre goers Bridie, Peta and myself … Continue reading NZ artists Sarah Tuck & Jess Holly Bates
Another truly wonderful Gallery shows their support for Sydney College of the Arts! Rachel and I popped in to visit Glass Artists’ Gallery in Glebe this morning and catch up with some lovely supporters of SCA. Maureen Cahill AM (left) is Gallery Director of Glass Artists Gallery, and Gauge. This gallery has been at the … Continue reading Glass Artists’ Gallery supporting glass artists
Alexandra Nixon: Doing some watercolour in the supra offices. I am Real artist!
Cartel Artspace 4 September We here in Thailand know what dysfunctional is and can see that this is a major error on the management of SCA. Its great to see action being made and are up to Occupy day 13. Let Sydney College of the Arts Stay #LetSCAStay
The Braidwood Arts Community just showed some beautiful support this weekend painting a massive banner and taking this photo. So great to see the support and passion for the arts spreading throughout regional areas too!
Articulate Projectspace 6 September ART MAKES A DIFFERENCE: The University of Sydney has advised applicants that due to the decision to terminate merger negotiations with the University of NSW and review of Sydney College of the Arts’ entire curriculum and degree offerings in 2017, the University will not make offers for study in the … Continue reading Art makes a difference
Dear SCA Occupiers, I am writing at the behest of the Inner City Teachers’ Association to congratulate the courageous stance you and your fellow students are taking in defense of Sydney College of the Arts. We understand you are demanding the university guarantee it will let SCA stay at Callan Park, drop its proposal for … Continue reading Inner City Teachers’ Association
The Central Council of the Public Service Matte Rochford View on Instagram Association of NSW voted last night to support the Let SCA Stay campaign, the occupation and to support staff in any action they take. They also pledged $1000 for the campaign. Cecilia Castro from the occupation addressed the council and received a warm … Continue reading Public Service Association of NSW
Once again UnionsNSW together with NTEU, National Tertiary Education Union supporting OCCUPYSCA and the Let SCA Stay campaign.
Support to SCA students from UOW third year visual art students!
Thank you to Jacqueline Larcombe (SCA Alumni) for your beautiful poster ‘SCA MUST STAY’ ~ We love it!
Jenny Munro, Wiradjuri elder, leader of the 15 month Redfern Tent Embassy supports the occupation of Sydney College of the Arts. She says to Sydney University – Let SCA Stay!
“Somewhere along the way the university seems to have adapted the start rationalism of business that values only the bland meat and potatoes of wealth creation, no doubt assisted by the slow removal of federal support. I hope that all precious students of Sydney College of the Arts and all who love to make, look … Continue reading SCA Alumni in a letter to the Editor of the SMH
The Blokada is the most massive, longest and politically the most important student protests in Croatia – the blockade of the Zagreb Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in April and May 2009. The film crew functioned as insider documenters of the Independent Initiative for Free Education, taking part in the entire process as both active … Continue reading Blokada crew from Croatia
Thank you Trugglet (SCA Alumni) for your fantastic poster to Save SCA! — with Czar Modfeet.
The support continues to stream in. This time I’ve added photos from Roslyn Oxley, piles of main campus students, choir singers and more, all sending messages of support to the occupation and everyone fighting to save SCA. Stay strong.
Jean Parker 16 September at 12:36 “Today the delegates meeting of the CFMEU passed a resolution as follows: This meeting of delegates extends its solidarity and support to the courageous and inspiring students who continue to occupy the Sydney College of the Arts. Their example in defending quality education, in support of the arts, and … Continue reading CFMEU passed a resolution