Upcoming exhibitions

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More than Human: The animal in the age of the Anthropocene

Wednesday, 12 February 2020 to Friday, 13 March 2020
More than Human: The animal in the age of the AnthropoceneThe Anthropocene is a geologic time scale where humans are leaving an indelible mark upon the earth. In this ‘age of the human', is there a place for non-human life in this rapidly changing world?This exhibition brings together artists working across a range of media who are concerned with animal perspective on the Anthropocene.Surya Bajracharya • GW Bot • Julian Davies • Natasha Fijn • Aidan Hartshorn • Ellis Hutch • Julian Laffan •...

Exhibition 1 | 2020 Higher Degree Research Season One

Wednesday, 25 March 2020 to Thursday, 02 April 2020
Join us for the opening reception of the first exhibition of the 2020 Higher Degree Research Season One in the ANU School of Art & Design Gallery.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 Exhibitions are the culmination of the candidate's research.Exhibition opening: 25 March...

Exhibition 2 | 2020 Higher Degree Research Season One

Wednesday, 08 April 2020 to Thursday, 16 April 2020
Join us for the opening reception of the second exhibition of the 2020 Higher Degree Research Season One in the ANU School of Art & Design Gallery.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 Exhibitions are the culmination of the candidate's research.Exhibition opening: 8 April...

Exhibition 3 | 2020 Higher Degree Research Season One

Wednesday, 22 April 2020 to Thursday, 30 April 2020
Join us for the opening reception of the third exhibition of the 2020 Higher Degree Research Season One in the ANU School of Art & Design Gallery.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 Exhibitions are the culmination of the candidate's research.Exhibition opening: 22 April...

MasterMakers | Exhibition

Wednesday, 13 May 2020 to Friday, 19 June 2020
MasterMakersMasterMakers celebrates skills and originality in contemporary jewellery. A bold exhibition of contemporary jewellery, MasterMakers charts four decades of gold and silversmithing masterclasses at RMIT University. Touring from RMIT Gallery the exhibition showcases the works of over 60 artists who have either taught a masterclass or have attended one of the workshops.The works on display reveal the influence of three generations of boundary pushing which test our understanding of...

Step into the Limelight

Tuesday, 28 July 2020 to Saturday, 08 August 2020
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. The exhibition is an initiative of the ACT Government Education Directorate, supported by the ANU School of Art & Design. 

Exhibition 1 | 2020 Higher Degree Research Season Two

Wednesday, 12 August 2020 to Thursday, 20 August 2020
Join us for the opening reception of the first exhibition of the 2020 Higher Degree Research Season Two in the ANU School of Art & Design Gallery.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 Exhibitions are the culmination of the candidate's research.Exhibition opening: 12 August...

Project Space

The Fellows | Vice Chancellor’s Creative Research Fellowships

Wednesday, 11 March 2020 to Friday, 03 April 2020
The Fellows | Vice Chancellor’s Creative Research Fellowships The exhibition showcases works in progress and the research outcomes of the 2019 Vice Chancellor’s Creative Research Fellowships. This is the first scheme of its kind in an Australian university, and demonstrates the high regard which visual arts and practice-led research is held at ANU. It aims to promote collaborative research between disciplines in the University and provide opportunities for developing future trans-disciplinary...

It's Only Words | Kerry Martin

Wednesday, 08 April 2020 to Friday, 01 May 2020
It's Only WordsKerry Martin Australia has an ageing population and disturbing reports of elder abuse impelled the Commonwealth Government to establish a Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety early in 2019. It's Only Words is a visual representation and interpretation of testimony from the Commission. It seeks to highlight the extent of the aged care crisis and to examine how society responds to difficult social issues.Exhibiton opening: 8 April 2020Exhibition dates: 8 April - 1 May...

Curtain Call | Eduardo Wolfe-Alegria

Wednesday, 06 May 2020 to Friday, 29 May 2020
Curtain CallEduardo Wolfe-AlegriaIn Curtain Call, Wolfe-Alegria questions the boundaries of “nature” by incorporating strategies of anthropomorphism and metamorphic figuration. In the exhibition seemingly inanimate objects and materials transform themselves, expressing a camp, performative subjective interiority. Through the incorporation of these strategies Curtain Call proposes an enchanted worldview as one which might help to renegotiate our relationship with the more than human world,...

Two Way Project | Exhibition

Wednesday, 03 June 2020 to Friday, 26 June 2020
Two Way ProjectThe 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...

The CAPO Emerging Artists' Exhibition & Prize

Wednesday, 01 July 2020 to Friday, 24 July 2020
The Capital Arts Patrons' Organisation (CAPO) Emerging Artists' Exhibition & PrizeThe Capital Arts Patrons' Organisation (CAPO) presents this award to highlight and reward outstanding Art History graduates through the annual ANU Emerging Artists' Support Scheme (EASS) awards. As a result, the CAPO Emerging Artists' Prize will achieve dual goals, providing art historians the opportunity to curate a professional exhibition, while showcasing the overflowing talent within the Canberra region in...

Care in Action | Exhibition

Wednesday, 29 July 2020 to Friday, 21 August 2020
Care in ActionDuring Care in Action, Project Space will become a workshop and meeting place. By paying attention to practices such as walking, reading, natural dyeing, printing and weaving—all of which can contribute to care relations between country, more-than-human life and ourselves—artists will activate an inclusive and public space where participants can examine how relations of care are central to, and inform ways of being in the world.Care in Action is curated by Dr Rebecca Mayo....

Island Welcome

Wednesday, 26 August 2020 to Friday, 18 September 2020
Island WelcomeIsland Welcome is a touring exhibition exploring contemporary jewellery as a gesture of greeting. Inspired by the welcome garlands found in many traditional island cultures contemporary jewellers/artists contribute a neckpiece interpreting the theme of welcome in response to current Australian immigration and refugee policy.Island Welcome is curated by Belinda Newick.Exhibition reception: 27 August 2020Exhibition dates: 26 August - 18 September 2020Free | All welcome 

Touring Exhibitions

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