Exhibitions archive

Exhibition One | 2019 Higher Degree Research Season Two

Wednesday, 14 August 2019 to Thursday, 22 August 2019
Join us for the opening reception of the first exhibition of the 2019 Higher Degree Research Season Two in the ANU School of Art & Design Gallery. Carmen KyMaster of Philosophy Candidate Jeremy Lepisto Doctor of Philosophy Candidate The School of Art & Design provides a stimulating and dynamic environment for graduate research students to extend their skills, practice and knowledge through interaction with peers, staff and visiting artists/academics. The Higher Degree Research Season...
Always Look on the Bright Side (detail),  Kara Thompson

Step into the Limelight

Wednesday, 31 July 2019 to Saturday, 10 August 2019
 Please join us to celebrate the Step into the Limelight annual art exhibition, showcasing more than 400 visual artworks by students from ACT public schools. Exhibition Reception: Tuesday 30 July 2019, doors open from 5.15pm, official opening 6pm.Official opening by Ms Meg Brighton (Director General of Education), Professor Denise Ferris (Head of ANU School of Art and Design) and Mr Gordon Ramsay (Minister for The Arts and Cultural Events). Musical entertainment by Canberra College Jazz...

Formfull : Formless

Wednesday, 03 July 2019 to Friday, 02 August 2019
Project Space
FORMFULL : FORMLESSThe Capital Arts Patrons' Organisation (CAPO) Emerging Artists' Exhibition & PrizeJoanne Leong, Kendall Manz, Belle Palmer, Sheida Sabetraftar, Shags & Chayla Ueckert-SmithCurated by Francis Kenna (Recipient of the CAPO Curatorial Internship Award 2018)-5pm, Musical performance by exhibiting artist Chayla Ueckert-Smith 6pm, Official Opening -FORMFULL : FORMLESS brings together the work of six emerging artists spanning drawing, printmedia, sculpture and video. The...

Promised the Moon | Exhibition

Thursday, 20 June 2019 to Friday, 26 July 2019
Promised the MoonBec Bigg-Wither, Tom Buckland, Heather Burness, Susan Chancellor, Dean Cross, Deirdre Feeney, UK Frederick, Lee Grant, Ellis Hutch, Julian Laffan, Jacqui Malins, Rose Montebello, Macdonald Nichols, and Erica Seccombe.Curated by Dr Ursula Frederick.Fifty years after Apollo 11, artists reflect on the first moon landing and the Canberra region's role in this unique mission. --Lift Off & Panel DiscussionThursday 27 June 20196pm - 7pm: Join us in the ANU School of Art &...

Everyone Looking at Everyone

Wednesday, 05 June 2019 to Friday, 28 June 2019
Project Space
Everyone Looking at Everyone Claire Warren & Faith Stellmaker Everyone Looking at Everyone critiques the experiences and social expectations of women in contemporary society, and explores the ways in which women and girls present themselves. With feminism recently coming to the foreground of political and cultural debates, this exhibition captures the unapologetic comradery shared between females in both the public and private space. As well as celebrating women and highlighting the female...
Necklaces by Phoebe Porter from her Transit Series, in red, blue and yellow.

The Way We Wear Exhibition | Embassy of Australia, Washington USA

Tuesday, 19 March 2019 to Friday, 21 June 2019
Touring Exhibition
The Way We WearContemporary Wearables from the ANU School of Art & DesignAn exhibition at the Embassy of Australia, Washington DC. The Way We Wear showcases the work of current staff and alumni of the ANU School of Art & Design. The works in this exhibition display clothing and fashion as object and artefact, extending ideas of the wearable into explorations of our preconceived notions of clothing and its function.These works reflect two of the School of Art & Design’s research...

Vanishing Point | Exhibition

Thursday, 16 May 2019 to Friday, 14 June 2019
Vanishing PointConsuelo Cavaniglia, Ellen Dahl, Yvette Hamilton, Taloi Havini & Salote Tawale Artist Talk at 5pm Official Opening from 6pmExhibition to be opened by Dr Shaune Lakin, Senior Curator Australian and International Photography, National Gallery of Australia.All welcome | Free The Exhibition:Echoing the illusion of parallel lines at their vanishing point, the exhibition considers the island as a concept where opposing ideas converge — contained yet contingent, real yet imagined,...


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