Art and Europe: New Series with the NGA

The ANU Centre for European Studies is delighted to launch a new series of floor talks in partnership with the National Gallery of Australia (NGA).

The three year partnership will focus on European connections in the NGA’s art collection and touring exhibitions. It will showcase the contributions of Europe to the cultural and social life of Australia and will feature expert talks.

Latest Event:

17 May 2016

Life, Death & Transcendence Verdun & the World War 1 Sketchbook of Franz Marc A Conversation & ConcertFor more details please click here.

12 May 2016

Australian visual artist Gosia Wlodarczak is artist-in-residence completing her nine-day performance drawing on glass 'stCloud: frost drawing' and there are plenty of conversations to dip into. Click  here.

Past Event:

5 September 2015

Modelling the figure: five decades of French sculpture. Click here

9 July 2015

The first event in the Art and Europe Series will take place on Thursday 9 July 2015 at 6pm. Smithsonian Director Jane Milosch will speak on ‘Provenance Research and Resources’. For more details please click here.

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