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Selected works from On the Fringes: South West Sydney 1994 - 2014
25 May - 1 July
Level 4, UTS Library
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Adam Goodrum grew up in Western Australia before moving to Sydney to study Industrial Design at UTS. Since graduating, he has received many accolades including the 'Young Designer of the Year Award' and the prestigious ‘Bombay Sapphire Design Award’.
'A historical novel untainted by sentimentality, with a story not only fascinating in the context of its time, but made relevant to our modern world’
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