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Suitcase Exhibition - ANU School of Art

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Suitcase Exhibition Image: David Paterson, DORIAN Photographics

ANU ART & ENVIRONMENT

Exhibition in a Suitcase

The Art and Environment Exhibition in a Suitcase project was developed by the Australian National University as an aspiration building and educational enrichment outreach tool for use in selected regional secondary schools. The exhibition features diverse works of art made by seven artists associated with the ANU School of Art, which are contained within a custom made travel suitcase. Designed to enable teachers and students in regional and remote areas to access contemporary works of art in a classroom setting, the Suitcase is supplemented by visual and curriculum support materials for students in Years 7 – 12.

The Art and Environment Exhibition in a Suitcase project was developed as a component of the ANU Regional Partnerships Program with the support of Australian Government Higher Education Participation and Partnerships Program (HEPPP) funding. Designed as an aspiration building and educational enrichment outreach tool, the project works towards the Australian Government’s ambition that 20 per cent of domestic undergraduate students will be from low SES backgrounds by 2020.

Further enquiries suitcase.exhibition@anu.edu.au

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