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Neil Hollis, was born in 1954 and has been teaching for nearly forty years at the Western Australia School for Art Design and Media (then, Central TAFE, then Central Institute of Technology). That is, he has been teaching longer than I have been alive, although he claims to have ‘started young’… He retired at the end

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A fantastic end of term exhibition fundraiser by GREAT SCOTT! last week called WHERE’S MY HOVER BOARD?! was a huge success. Well done team. A busy silent art auction saw some skate decks, tees and sneakers attract a premium price and the night was accompanied by some huge sounds from BASKERVILLES, APOLLO’S SON, MR.MCLEAN, MJB DR.T (Sydney). Shots of the action below:

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A funky little brief put together at the last minute for our diploma graphic design students — The Central Library Bookmark project is now on show from June–July 2015 at 25 Aberdeen Street in Northbridge. Some good team-building and exhibition system practice for Diploma Group C as they installed the exhibit. Vote now on your favourite

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Featuring a detailed walk through by Australiasian chair, Becky Chilcott and followed up by Tina Mash’s student perspective, this is a richly illustrated and detailed talk offering vital information for those wanting to submit to the 2015 ISTD SAS and study at University to complete their degree (fourth year). The International Society of Typographic Designers

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Celebrate WA, students, staff at Central, AGDA WA and the wider Perth design community are hosting Noma Bar, one of the world’s most talented visual communicator this long weekend for WA Day. Unfortunately we were unable to record his 354 slide presentation (using pro-AV equipment) and after five minutes into it, I can now understand

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Sophie from UWA’s Red Party committee began the task of shortlisting the diploma ‘down the rabbit hole’ themed posters and merchandise concepts. A few standout designs and shortlist components feature below and the wall of red offers some clues on which poster stands out from the crowd.

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