July 30, 2011

AN ABRUPT END: James Huse Addresses Budget Cuts to the Arts in a Most Interesting Way.

The photo you see here is of a bursting rubber balloon filled with milk. It was only captured through the use of skills, equipment, facilities, training and tutorials made available through our university. It's both a celebration of all we have learned here and a visual representation of what can only be made possible through the use of university funding in all its available forms:


These secondary images were allowed none of the privileges offered by our university, and it shows. The recent budgets cuts to creative education industries can only jeopardise the future of such creative endeavours and rather than this balloon, it may be future students creative educations coming to an abrupt end:


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