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Dr Rowan Conroy recipient of the 2018 NSW Regional Arts Fellowship

15 February 2018

In November 2017 Dr Rowan Conroy (lecturer in Photography & Media Arts) was awarded a 2018 NSW Regional Arts Fellowship, valued at $50,000 over two years. As part of his Fellowship Rowan will be will be undertaking a creative visual...

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ANU SOA&D students exhibiting in Inter-youth show in China

15 February 2018

Eight ANU School of Art & Design graduates were selected to exhibit in the 2017-18 China Academy of Art (Hangzhou) Inter-Youth Exhibition "Art-Letter Home". The exhibiting artists were: Timothy Phillips, Harriet McRae, Bryan...

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In-country intensive: Indonesian art

15 February 2018

Staff and students from the Centre for Art History and Art Theory (CAHAT) have just returned from their inaugural in-country intensive on Indonesian art, having visited museums, galleries, archaeological sites and workshops across Jakarta...

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Megan Walch visiting artist in Painting

15 February 2018

Tasmanian artist Megan Walch will be a Visiting Artist in Painting for two weeks from Feb 26th - March 9th. She will conduct studio workshops with Painting students and talk about her practice. http://meganwalch.com/ Image details: Megan...

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Alex Martinis Roe's Our Future Network screened at Glasgow School of Art

22 January 2018

New Head of Sculpture Alex Martinis Roe recently had the first screening of her film Our Future Network in Scotland at the Glasgow School of Art. Alex Martinis Roe’s recent work stems from her ongoing engagement with international...

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Magic Lantern Performance and Conference

20 December 2017

In September 2017, the ARC research team Heritage in the Limelight: The Magic Lantern in Australia and the World hosted a Roundtable discussion with library, gallery and museum executives and senior curators from across the country....

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Andrew Montana - Primitive & Pop: Keith Haring’s Australia 1984

30 November 2017

Terence Maloon, Director of the Drill Hall Gallery, launched Andrew Montana’s book Primitive & Pop: Keith Haring’s Australia 1984 on 17 November. The book explores the significance of Keith Haring’s visit and his...

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School of Art & Design welcomes Alex Martinis Roe as the new Head of Sculpture

31 October 2017

The ANU School of Art & Design welcomes Alex Martinis Roe as the new Head of Sculpture. Alex will be joining the School in January 2018 after relocating from Berlin, where she has been living since 2009. Working across video,...

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Major award won by ANU School of Art & Design PhD Graduate

12 October 2017

Congratulations to ANU SOA&D Photography and Media Arts PhD Graduate CJ Taylor, who has won the $25,000 Whyalla Art prize with his video, The Hut, made as part of his PhD Research. Read more about it and see an excerpt from his video...

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Charlotte Galloway - UNESCO international expert

12 October 2017

CAHAT Staff news: Charlotte Galloway is one of the UNESCO international experts working on the world heritage nomination for Bagan, Myanmar. As well as researching and preparing text for the nomination, she has been documenting the Bagan...

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