Image credit: Vanishing Point (installation view), 2019. Photograph: Ellen Dahl.
The ANU School of Art & Design Gallery encompasses two exhibition spaces – the Main Gallery and the Foyer Space.
Drawing on the School’s academic research across the 11 studio-based disciplines and the Centre for Art History and Art Theory, each space present a diverse annual program of exhibitions, events, public programs and publications accessible to the broader arts community.
The Main Gallery’s program critically frames Australian visual art practice, presents graduate and post-graduate work in a professional gallery context and reflects the international profile of the School. The Gallery provides staff, students and the public the opportunity to view work by national and international artists, travelling exhibitions from across Australia, and work from Canberra’s diverse artistic community. The Gallery also hosts the end of year Graduating Exhibition, which displays the achievements of our graduating students completing awards in undergraduate and postgraduate programs by coursework.
The Foyer Space is an access gallery and project space, giving artists an exhibition space to experiment with new ideas, research outcomes and projects in a professional and high traffic environment.