Two Way Project | Exhibition

Winnunga Women's Group, (detail), 2018, screen print. Image courtesy of the artists.


In response to the evolving COVID-19 situation, the School of Art & Design Gallery has made the very difficult decision to cancel or postpone a number of exhibitions. For full details please see our website.



Two Way Project

The Two Way Project showcases the work of more than 20 First Nations artists and residents in the ACT. The impressive range of pieces on show are the result of collaborative workshops delivered by ANU and Winnunga Nimmityjah Aboriginal Health Service, and with Aboriginal women in the Alexander Maconochie Centre. With support from the Indigenous Languages and Arts program and ANU's Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR), the workshops have included a range of creative and cultural practices: Possum Skin Cloak making with Kuringai artist Amanda Jane Reynolds, basketmaking with Kalkadoon artist Ronnie Jordan, storytelling with Wiradjuri artist Larry Brandy and screen printing with ANU’s Alison Alder, Adele Cameron, Lucy Irvine and Al Munro.

The Two Way Project is curated by Kirrily Jordan, Alison Alder and Amanda Jane Reynolds.

Exhibition opening: 3 June 2020

Exhibition dates: 3 June - 26 June 2020

Free | All welcome



Updated:  3 September 2020/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications