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Two exhibitions to open at USC Gallery

A sneak preview of illustrations from books that are yet to be published will be available tomorrow night (Thursday 12 February) when USC Gallery begins its 2015 program with two exciting exhibitions.

The new works by authors Dr Ross Watkins and Paul O’Sullivan will feature in a Telling Stories: the illustrated book exhibition to be officially opened by USC Associate Professor of Creative Writing Gary Crew at 6.30pm.

The exhibition will also showcase works by USC graduate Dean Jacobs and Victorian illustrator Naomi Turvey, along with five illustrations by Shaun Tan from Dr Crew’s private collection.

The second exhibition, The Drift of Impure Thoughts: Kym Tabulo, will be opened by USC’s Senior Lecturer in Design Dr Lisa Chandler. This exhibition presents a series of sequentially juxtaposed abstract images.

Both exhibitions will continue at the USC Gallery until Saturday 21 March.

USC Gallery is free and open to the public from 10am to 4pm Monday to Saturday (except public holidays) and located at the University campus on Sippy Downs Drive, Sippy Downs.

Pictured is a detail from an abstract work by Kym Tabulo.

— Terry Walsh

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