The first intake of postgraduate fine art students are reaping the benefits of the $8.7milllion redevelopment of the National Art School’s state-of-the-art Postgraduate Centre in Sydney’s Darlinghurst. The National Art School’s Postgraduate Centre was funded by the New South Wales State Government through Arts NSW and the Department of Education and Communities, including $200,000 from the Ian Potter Foundation. The new Postgraduate Centre will be officially celebrated at an evening reception at the National Art School on Thursday 6 August 2015. NSW Minister for the Arts, Troy Grant commented on the significance of the new Postgraduate facility: “The new facility will allow the National Art School to continue its contribution to growing NSW and Australia’s arts community. Many of Australia’s most acclaimed artists have studied and taught at the National Art School, from Rayner Hoff, who designed and mad

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