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08
Mar

Vale Sydney Ball

Sydney Ball was one of  trail-blazers of the new generation of painters who emerged in the 1960s in Australia, excelling in large-scale colour-field abstraction. In late 2015, the ANU Drill Hall Gallery exhibition Birth of the cool celebrated the still under-appreciated art of that era.  Among the venerable elders who attended the launch of the exhibition, Sydney […]

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03
Aug
2016

Judi Elliot at Craft ACT

A solo exhibition by highly acclaimed artist Judi Elliott, who uses her signature technical style of cast, cut, fused and assembled glass to describe one’s life journey. View the colourful panels from one of Canberra’s first glass graduates. Now on show at Craft ACT 21 July – 27 August 2016

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20
Oct
2015

Bonhams Fundraising Auction

For you to view online now http://www.bonhams.com/auctions/22856/?department=PIC-AUS  lots from 61 -88 all proceeds are going to the Drill Hall Gallery Building Fund. Lot 68. Jude Rae (born 1956), SL 268, 2010, AU$ 14,000 – 20,000 The Drill Hall Gallery, attached to the Australian National University in Canberra, has functioned as an art gallery for the […]

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28
May
2015

The Fabulous Adventure of Cubism – Series of Six Lectures by Terence Maloon

1. July 5 2015 – Picasso’s Spanish beginnings. 2. July 12 2015 – Picasso and Braque – the genius of collaboration. 3. July 26 2015 – Georges Braque – the poetics of introversion. 4. August 2 2015 – Cubism, collage, construction and Picasso’s achievement in sculpture. 5. August 9 2015 – Picasso and the problem […]

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15
May
2015

Australian paintings from the James and Jacqui Erskine Collection

Australian Paintings from the James and Jacqui Erskine Collection James Erskine is best known as Chairman of Sports & Entertainment Ltd, an agency which manages international celebrities and superstars of the sporting and entertainment worlds. He is less well known for being an outstanding collector of contemporary art. He has an eye for superlative works, […]

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14
May
2015

A fun night out! Win free tickets!

On Saturday 23rd of May, a fun night out!! A glamorous evening of musical entertainment at Albert Hall. Not 3 Tenors but 5! Carl Rafferty has made an astonishingly generous offer of 40 places to Friends of the Drill Hall Gallery. How is that for friendship? You can win 2 places completely free of charge […]

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13
May
2015

Paraguayan Harp and Piano Concert – free event

Wednesday 27th May at 6pm free event On this occasion, Drill Hall Gallery Director Terence Maloon will welcome Esteban Bedoya, the Paraguayan Chargé d’Affaires, to introduce the accomplished Paraguayan harpist Marcelo Rojas who will be accompanied by the Australian pianist James Huntingford. Come to the Drill Hall Gallery to enjoy this unique Paraguayan concert in […]

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12
May
2015

Fragile First Impressions

Fragile First Impressions: A threatened archive of indigenous reportage from Arnhem Land You are invited to a preview and opening by Terah Guymala and Gavin Namarnyilk of Warddeken Land Management Showing at Nishi Gallery, 17 Kendall Lane, New Acton from 23 May — 14 June NISHI GALLERY, NEW ACTON 6 – 8pm Friday 22 May […]

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11
May
2015

Wonderful memories at the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in Venice

Laurie Rippon, Terence Maloon, David Brand and Jeannette Brand at the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in Venice

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08
May
2015

Anthony McCall’s Line Describing a Cone (1973)

Saturday 16 May 2015 • 5pm • free event   Anthony McCall’s Line Describing a Cone (16mm, 30 min, 1973) Presented by Louise Curham and Lucas Ihlein (Teaching and Learning Cinema) Come to the Drill Hall Gallery to experience Anthony McCall’s seminal expanded cinema work Line Describing a Cone (1973). Beginning with a single point […]

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