This beautifully illustrated book by celebrated artist David Hockney and art critic Martin Gayford is an erudite and lively dialogue covering the history of pictures and the media that have been used to portray them over the centuries. If you would like to borrow this book, its call number is 709/HOCK and it is currently on […]
This engaging and informative book by Edinburgh-based cartoonist, Edward Ross takes the reader through the history of cinema and movies using comic strips to convey the message. Each chapter covers a particular theme ranging from the body through to sets and architecture and ideas are often shown through the eyes of the author. There is […]
Congratulations to former Design Centre Enmore student, Maxwell Keesing, whose work is featured in an inspirational collection of some of today’s best and most influential practicing vector based artists and illustrators from around the globe. Click on the link to view his and the other artists’ profiles.
Would you like to update your wardrobe or refresh your décor with some amazing costumes and props from the Sydney Theatre Company? On Saturday 22nd of July 2017 from 8 am until 12 noon there will be a huge variety of costume pieces and props from STC’s past productions available for purchase from the STC store, […]
The online Dictionary of Sydney has a huge variety of historical photographs, oral histories, historical maps, suburb plans, information about Sydney companies, events and artefacts all relating to Sydney and its surrounding areas. 1906 By Cazneaux, Harold. Contributed by National Library of Australia [nla.pic-an23242011]
From next week we will have two lunchtime English conversation sessions, one on Tuesday at 1 pm and one on Thursday at 12.30 pm. Come along to either or both of the sessions and practise your English in a friendly, supportive environment.
Do you know your focal point from your gradation, your symmetry from your asymmetry? Our next conversation group on Thursday 9th of February at 1 pm will focus on some of the common terms used in the design field. If you would like to practise your English in a relaxed and supportive environment come along […]
The DCE Library is lucky enough to be temporarily housing two fantastic costumes from the recent EDI show ‘Tribes’. Do come along to the Library and check them out.
This year the internationally renowned GRAPHIC festival at the Opera House features not one but two talks from the inimitable Matt Groening, known for creating the Simpsons and Futurama. In addition there is a wide range of events, including some free ones such as a talk by the witty First dog on the moon and screenings of […]
Jewellery students rejoice, the Library now has the Rhino for jewellery software for CAD available on the Express personal computer. Both Rhino 5 and RhinoGold 6.0 versions are accessible. At this stage it is “First come, first served”, however we may introduce a booking system in future if it’s required. Don’t forget the Library […]