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Dr Hanna Hoyne wins a Helen Lempriere Scholarship 2016

31 August 2016

Congratulations to Dr Hanna Hoyne for being a recicpient of a Helen Lempriere Scholarhsip this year. Dr Hoyne is an Alumni of the ANU School of Art Sculpture Workshop THE HELEN LEMPRIERE SCHOLARSHIPS The Helen Lempriere Scholarships...

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Position Doubtful by Kim Mahood - Book Launch at the ANU School of Art

31 August 2016

How do places shape people? In Position Doubtful, Kim Mahood explores the different ways in which white and Indigenous people conceptualise and experience Australian land. Journey to the heart of the writer’s relationship with the...

» Position Doubtful by Kim Mahood - Book Launch at the ANU School of Art

ANU School of Art Drawing Prize 2016 Winners Announced

29 August 2016

Congratulations to this year's joint winners of the ANU School of Art Drawing Prize Julia Higgs and Peta Thurling. Many thanks to this year’s judge, Annie Cattrell. Annie is currently a visiting artist and the 2017 Stephen...

» ANU School of Art Drawing Prize 2016 Winners Announced

Burnt Umber by Paul Hetherington - Book Launch at the National Library of Australia

17 August 2016

Helen Ennis is launching Paul Hetherington’s latest book of poetry, Burnt Umber, at the National Library of Australia on 31 August, 2016 at 6pm. Paul is Associate Professor of Writing at the University of Canberra.

» Burnt Umber by Paul Hetherington - Book Launch at the National Library of Australia

Human Kind International Conference

10 August 2016

David Hansen and Helen Ennis are both presenting at the international conference Human Kind: Transforming Identity in British and Australian Portraits 1700-1914 convened by the University of Melbourne and the National Gallery of Victoria,...

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Introducing Geoff Hinchcliffe, ANU Design

29 July 2016

For alumnus Geoff Hinchcliffe, returning to the ANU School of Art as a senior lecturer in Design is about much more than just changing jobs. “The culture of this art school is atypical. It’s not a normal nine to five job...

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Introducing Mitchell Whitelaw, ANU Design

28 July 2016

Adaptability, engagement and research are three key principles of the new Design degree offered by ANU School of Art, says Mitchell Whitelaw, who has joined ANU as an Associate Professor in Design. Whitelaw talked about the flexibility and...

» Introducing Mitchell Whitelaw, ANU Design

ANU School of Art announces new Design Degree

22 July 2016

The ANU School of Art has announced the commencement of a new design degree to launch in 2017. ANU Design will deliver programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels including the Bachelor of Design, Masters of Design, and research...

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Vale Rob Foster

14 July 2016

It is with great sadness that the ANU School of Art farewells Robert Foster, artist, designer, friend, mentor and loved one. Rob passed away on Wednesday July 13th after a tragic car accident. The School extends its heartfelt condolences...

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Helen Ennis to speak in Olive Cotton and Max Dupain forum at the Ian Potter Museum of Art

13 July 2016

Professor Helen Ennis is presenting in a forum associated with the exhibition of photographs by Olive Cotton and Max Dupain at the Ian Potter Museum of Art.  She will be joined by Dr Isobel Crombie, Assistant Director, National...

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