Thomas More Academy of Law congratulates Clemente graduate
Published: Wednesday 11th February 2015
On Monday 2 February 2015 the Thomas More Academy of Law held a morning tea to recognise Clemente graduate, Daniel Smith's achievements in art.
The Thomas More Academy of Law teaching staff have purchased four of Daniel's paintings which are displayed in the Law precinct of Tenison Woods House, North Sydney campus.
His art work is inspirational and contributes to the precinct.
Daniel's preferred medium is acrylic and liquid chalk on canvas that he uses to achieve clean lines and bold colours that are integral to his work. Daniel's work is also displayed in private homes and the offices of Carroll and O’Dea Solicitors in Sydney.
Daniel Smith completed a Certificate in Liberal Studies through ACU's Clemente Australia program and then a Bachelor of Visual Arts, also through the university.
The Clemente Australia program, led by the Institute for Advancing Community Engagement (IACE), provides resources and support for Australians experiencing social isolation and multiple disadvantage. The program involves students, lecturers, learning and community organisations engaging together in community locations to deliver quality university education.
The event was attended by the Dean of Law Professor Brian Fitzgerald, Associate Vice-Chancellor Professor Marea Nicholson, as well as Professor Jude Butcher, Daniel Nelson and Catherine Metcalfe from IACE.