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Blueprint

Celebrating the outstanding design work of Canberra's year 11 & 12 students Design has a vital role in shaping a fast-moving world: it’s about applied creativity, engagement and collaboration, as well as the art and craft of making. ANU Design responds to the opportunities and challenges of our rapidly changing world, and...

Naturally Yours

An exhibition of work addressing environmental issues by early career researchers at the Australian National University School of Art & Design Changes to the natural environment and speculation on its possible demise are conspicuous in investigations by contemporary artists. The exhibition is intended to reinforce how art offers an...

300 covers: Art Monthly in Australia 1987 - 2017

In 1987 the legendary English editor and sinologist Peter Townsend brought Art Monthly to Australia, changing forever the landscape for art magazine publishing in this country. Townsend, who died in 2006, not only brought the magazine to Canberra (where it has been based at the ANU School of Art & Design since 1992), but managed to...

Wiwa Bábbarra | Sacred Ground

The Bábbarra Women’s Centre is a meeting place for more than 12 language groups in the Maningrida region. Established in 1989, the centre provides a place to share knowledge and ideas. The women at Bábbarra design and produce exquisite hand-printed textiles that are sold world-wide. Each length of fabric is unique and...

Foyer Space Call Out

Submissions close Sunday 23 April 2017 Exhibition proposals are now open for the first half of our 2018 calendar (February-June). The ANU School of Art Foyer Space is an access gallery coordinated by ANU School of Art Staff. Proposals are assessed twice a year by the Gallery Committee. Priority will be given to ANU Staff and...

Public Lecture: Associate Professor Sin-Ying Ho

Sin-Ying Ho was born in Hong Kong, immigrated to Canada, and currently resides in New York City. Ho is an associate professor at Queens College, City University of New York teaching ceramics art. Ho has taught and run workshops, lectures and exhibitions all across Canada, as well as from Metropolitan Museum of Art and Harvard University...

Moving Objects: A roundtable discussion of global currents in Asian art

Convened by: Alex Burchmore (PhD candidate, Centre for Art History & Art Theory), Charlotte Galloway (Senior Lecturer, Asian Art History and Curatorial Studies & Postgraduate Coursework Convenor, CAHAT), and Robert Wellington (Lecturer, CAHAT) Coinciding with the residency at the School of Art & Design of Associate Professor...

Group exhibition: Edge

Sessional staff at the ANU School of Art & Design demonstrate their expertise and diversity in this Foyer Space exhibition. The balance of practice and teaching is more than a compromise it is a sacrifice and an indulgence, it is pushing knowledge and research beyond comfort zones. Amanda Stuart Marzena Wasikowska Dimity Kidston...

Visiting Artists | One

Ralph Kiggell practises and teaches water-based woodblock printing, and participates in exhibitions and workshops in many different countries. He has a BA in Chinese Studies from SOAS, London University (1983), and an MA in Printmaking from Tama Arts University, Tokyo (1999). As a printmaker, I mostly work with wood. I learned woodblock...

Public Lecture: Chuck Joseph & Louise Rive

Chuck Joseph BA and Louise Rive BFA (University of Auckland) have been working as independent artists since 1980 from EDGE CITY studio in the city of Auckland. They have exhibited widely and their work is held in major NZ art collections. In a highly narrative session they will talk about their ceramic and collective obsessions and...

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