Tag Archives: COFA

Poor accessibility at COFA

A recent Tharunka investigation into accessibility for mobility-impaired students on the College of Fine Arts (COFA) Campus has found several outstanding problems that need to be addressed. COFA students with mobility impairment are finding it difficult to get around the campus. Amy Mills, a COFA Councillor and Disability Officer – …

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Kitty Kat

Each week, Wankie heads out to the COFA campus at Paddington to have a chat with one of the cool cats of art school. This edition’s featured kid is Wallacia Horn-Matton, a third year undergrad in the new discipline of Performative Aesthetics (haven’t heard about this one yet? It’s a …

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University Fails to Deliver on Graduate Outcomes for FBE Students

Tharunka investigates architecture student’s concern that the university and the Faculty of the Built Environment (FBE) are falling short in their commitment to provide an acceptable education for their students. Many students, when asked about their degree will be likely to have some criticism of certain aspects of the teaching, or …

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Review: COFA Annual 2011

I passionately unenrolled from COFA a few years ago. Frustrated with the lack of technical training and the ‘art is anything and everything’ attitude, I sailed to the promising shores of the Julian Ashton Art School. Swapping the glossy studios of COFA for the creaky floors of Ashton’s was the …

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