01
May

POP UP Exhibition-IMPROMPTU: ANDREW LITTEN until 6 MAY

IMPROMPTU  an exhibition of the work of Andrew Litten ONLY at the Drill Hall Gallery until this SUNDAY 6 May. Andrew Litten makes art that does not  appear ambitious or aspirational. He  challenges the idea of creating art as a potential commodity. So, he chooses humble, unartlike domestic materials often drawn with a biro on […]

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30
Apr

ART LOVERS’ DINNER FRIDAY 1 JUNE

Director, Terence Maloon invites you to join him for an ART LOVERS’ DINNER + ART AUCTION in the Drill Hall Gallery FRIDAY 1 JUNE 2018 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm A celebration of the achievements of the Gallery set amidst the vibrant exhibition MISSING IN ACTION by artist and special guest, Peter Maloney. Entertainment by […]

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10
Apr

PETER MALONEY IN CONVERSATION Wednesday 18 April 1pm

Join the artist in conversation with the curators Tony Oates and Terence Maloon in the gallery on Wednesday 18 April at 1pm.

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16
Mar

FLOOR TALK 23 March 1.15pm Jacqueline Bradley : Figure in the Landscape

Jacqueline Bradley will discuss  her exhibition Figure in the Landscape currently on show in the Riverbend Room at the ANU Drill Hall Gallery. The artist will reflect on her small sculptures, created and selected in response to sharing the space with Sidney Nolan’s 9 panel work Riverbend.  Jacqueline Bradley will be joined by Jennifer Thompson, […]

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14
Mar

PANEL DISCUSSION 23 March 12pm: Incommensurables ART / LAW / PHILOSOPHY

Anne Zahalka, Derrida Lecture 1999, 115 x 280 cm C type print. Courtesy the artist and ARC ONE Gallery, Melbourne. You are invited to  a panel discussion organized by the ANU Centre for Law, Art and the Humanities in collaboration with Incommensurable, ANU Drill Hall Gallery’s current exhibition. Incommensurability is a key concept across much of […]

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02
Mar

Drill Hall Gallery Lecture Series Lecture 1 SUNDAY 4 March 3pm

Charlotte Galloway’s specialist research interest is in the early Buddhist art of Myanmar. She is one of the international UNESCO Experts who prepared the Bagan World Heritage Nomination dossier, which was submitted in January 2018. She is a Senior Lecturer in Asian Art and Curatorial Studies in the ANU School of Art & Design, a […]

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12
Feb

Luminescence Chamber Singers SUNDAY 25 February 2018

Americans in Paris Sunday 25 February 6pm Widely regarded as one of the greatest pedagogues of the 20th century, Nadia Boulanger had composers from all over the world flock to her Parisian studio for tuition, particularly those from North America. Through a rigorous program of counterpoint, harmony, musical analysis, and sight reading tailored to each […]

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06
Dec
2017

Greg Hodge exhibition SIGNS now showing in Sydney

This year the ANU Art Collection was enhanced by the acquisition of a painting by Greg Hodge. The work was displayed in the 10 Years of Collecting at the ANU exhibition and was much admired and enjoyed by the visitors to the gallery. The Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt requested it be hung in his office. […]

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15
Nov
2017

CONCERT Adrian Lim-Klumpes Yield (Preludes and Fugues for Piano) + Hugh Barrett

FRIDAY 17 November 8pm Known as the frontman of critically acclaimed post-jazz bands, Triosk, 3ofmillions, and currently, Tangents, Adrian’s sound has been described as:“ exceedingly lyrical. Yield is a new collection of captivating tracks, showcasing Adrian’s unique ability to develop improvised ideas into fully rounded and complex works. The 52-minute album is a selection of […]

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15
Nov
2017

BOOK LAUNCH Primitive & Pop KEITH HARING’S Australia 1984 by Andrew Montana

Friday 17 November 5.30 – 7pm Keith Haring is the art-world’s most famous graffiti artist. He travels extensively and his work appears on everything from subways in New York to museums in Melbourne. His images are clean, graphic and totemic. He says:’I am a friend of Andy Warhol!’ Believe it or not, he’s at Moomba!!! […]

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