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Making Design Research

Wed, 15th February - Sat, 25th February

To be officially opened by Professor Brian P. Schmidt AC, Vice-Chancellor, Australian National University

The ANU School of Art & Design staff and students exhibit works and projects that explore the diverse meanings and possibilities suggested by the three words of the exhibition title: making, design, research.

ANU Design presents...

AAANZ Annual Conference: The Work of Art

Thu, 1st December - Sat, 3rd December

The Centre for Art History and Art Theory is hosting the 2016 AAANZ Annual Conference. AAANZ conferences present opportunities to re-examine art history, art theory and studio practice and generate innovative perspectives on histories and cultural traditions. For 'The Work of Art', we invite discussion on how works of art, craft, design and...

Graduating Exhibition 2016

Fri, 25th November - Sun, 4th December

6:00pm Grand Opening

6:30pm EASS Awards announced

Preview the exhibition catalogue HERE

The ANU School of Art is proud to invite you to its Graduating Exhibition 2016....


Thu, 3rd November - Sun, 4th December

The ANU School of Art Gallery is now accepting exhibition proposals for semester two 2017 in the Foyer Gallery!

Get your entries in by midnight 4 December 2016


Thu, 20th October - Sat, 22nd October

Thursday 20 October 2.30-4.30pm

Friday 21 October 10.30am-5.00pm

A survey of video work from students at the ANU School of Art. Transmission explores the abstract and narrative using the medium of video. Following the Thursday lunchtime screening Time & Motion at ARC cinema, of first-...

Time and Motion

Thu, 20th October

Time and Motion features a diverse selection of Australian National University first-year student projects, ranging from video and digital animation to stop-motion productions. It celebrates a major collaboration between the Foundation Studies program at the ANU School of Art and the NFSA.

Art Forum: Professor Stuart Walker

Thu, 13th October

In this talk Stuart Walker considers the relationship between creative practice, human values, and the importance of tradition and localization.  


Through an interrelated process of theory development and speculative design that focuses on sustainable futures, he shows why scientific ways of knowing are insufficient, why...

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