This 80 page publication featuring 71 full colour reproductions of artworks celebrates the development of the University of Wollongong Art Collection (UOWAC). A Place for Art, the latest publication from University of Wollongong Press, charts the 40 year history of the UOWAC, arguably one of the most accessible and diverse public art collections in the country. The book’s editor and Art Collection Director, Professor Amanda Lawson, says the publication is an opportunity to provide a sense of the University’s rich and unique Collection. “Woven into the fabric of campus life, art infuses the experience of being at UOW. The Art Collection brings spaces alive and inspires the individuals who inhabit them: the University is truly a place for art,” says Professor Lawson. A Place for Art celebrates the Art Collection’s development and focuses on images selected from the UOWAC’s specialist areas which include works with a regional connection, Australian indigenous works on paper and international prints. The publication also highlights the personal connections people can make with art that is incorporated into their everyday environment. Link to Image Gallery. Read the book online here:
University of Wollongong Press
Wollongong, NSW 2522, Australia
Lawson, Amanda, (2012), A Place for Art: The University of Wollongong Art Collection, University of Wollongong Press.