ART FORUM: Public floor-talk by Joanna Barrkman
Visit the exhibition The Sculptures of Atauro Island with the exhibition curator, Joanna Barrkman as she gives a guided floor- talk about the unique sculptural tradition of Atauro Island, Timor-Leste. The exhibition is presented by Charles Darwin University, the Secretariat of State Art and Culture of Timor–Leste and Timor Aid from 16 March – 15 July 2017.
Location: CDU Art Gallery, Orange 12, Casuarina Campus
Date: Thursday 16 March
Read more on the The Sculptures of Atauro Island public programs page.
The Sculptures of Atauro Island
Exhibiting 16 March - 14 July 2017
The Sculptures of Atauro Island presents the unique and captivating sculptural tradition from this remote island that lies across the Wetar Strait from Dili, Timor-Leste’s capital city. Read more on the exhibition page.
Our feathered friends... the art of birds public floor-talk
CDU Art Gallery invites you to attend a public floor-talk by Dr Andrew Miller as he discusses his collection of The Birds of Australia, 1840-1848 prints created by John Gould, H.C. Richter and Elizabeth Gould.
Northern Editions sale of limited edition prints
CDU Waterfront - 21 Kitchener Dr, Darwin City, Monday - Friday: 10am - 3pm
CDU ACIKE Cafe - Building Blue 2, Monday - Friday: 8am - 2pm
Northern Editions Gallery - Building Orange 9, Monday - Thursday: 10am - 3pm
T: 08 8946 6325
Yellow Chat Project
To reinforce the vulnerability of endangered bird species in the Top End, Darwin artist Chips Mackinolty created Would that we could fly and sing forever – his rendition of the Yellow Chat sub-species, (Epthianura crocea tunneyi). Mackinolty drew inspiration for Would that we could fly and sing forever from a photograph of this rarely sighted bird taken by Micha V. Jackson.
Chips Mackinolty has generously offered to donate income generated from the sale of this print to support Robin Leppitt’s fieldwork research and the CDU Art Gallery. The prints are available in the following sizes:
- 30 x 30 cm (edition of 29) at $180 each (postage extra)
- 45 x 45 cm (edition of 19) at $250 each (postage extra)
- 90 x 90 cm (edition of 11) at $880 each (postage extra)
To order prints on line please contact:
T: 08 8946 6621
Lecture marks 50 years since historic Lingiari walk-off
The 16th annual Vincent Lingiari Memorial Lecture commemorated 50 years since the historic walk-off from Wave Hill Station by Indigenous stockmen and their families, planting the seeds for Aboriginal land rights in Australia. Read the story by Harvard Law School graduate Professor Larissa Behrendt in the CDU newsroom.
CDU opens gallery to refused artworks
Art works rejected from inclusion in one of the Northern Territory’s most iconic and prestigious exhibitions will be on show at the Charles Darwin University from next month. Read the story in the CDU newsroom.
Bali art donation honours scholar's memory
The first Balinese artworks to be donated to the Charles Darwin University Art Collection will honour the memory of an avid art collector, curator and scholar Mr Christopher Hill. View the online image gallery and read the story in the CDU newsroom.
Visit from the High Commissioner of India to Australia
The CDU Art Gallery had a visit from the High Commissioner of India to Australia, His Excellency Mr. Navdeep Suri, pictured here with Vice-Chancellor Professor Simon Maddocks.
Franck Gohier art work installation
The CDU Art Collection and Art Gallery team have installed a new display cabinet in Building Blue 5, Casuarina Campus featuring newly acquired CDU Art Collection works by Darwin-based artist Franck Gohier of Red Hand Prints.
Denise Salvestro Lecture - The History of the Yirrkala Print Space
Phd candidate Denise Salvestro presented a lecture on her thesis on the history and development on the Yirrkala Print Space on Wednesday 8 June. Find out more and see photos of the lecture in the image gallery.
Balnhdhurr - A Lasting Impression
Exhibiting 12 May - 15 July 2016
Currently showing at the CDU Art Gallery is Balnhdhurr - A Lasting Impression. This exhibition celebrates 20 years of onsite print production at Yirrkala Print Space in the Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre in Northeast Arnhem Land. This exhibition showcases the Yolngu respect for clan and country, with many prints relating to the creation stories and Law as passed on by ancestors, highlighting the importance of kinship and family.
This exhibition is presented by Charles Darwin University Art Gallery and Artback NT in association with Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre
See Current Exhibition page for further information.
Visit from the VET Library Studies class
CDU Art Gallery had some engaging visitors from the VET Library Studies class from Palmerston Campus and VET Lecturer Kathryn White. Thank you for visiting us! Classes and school groups are very welcome to visit the CDU Art Gallery. Contact us for further information on arranging visiting times or floortalks.