Griffith University Art Museum opens their new exhibition Cognitive Dissidents: Reasons to be Cheerful this week, exploring the development of Australian video art from the 1970s to the 1990s. Comprising over 20 works, Cognitive Dissidents: Reasons to be Cheerful features influential artists such as Joan Brassil, Warren Burt, Peter Callas, Barbara Campbell, Francesca da Rimini […]
Eminent contemporary artist and Griffith University alumna Davida Allen delighted the audience at a special screening of her acclaimed 1999 film Feeling Sexy at Griffith Film School. Held to coincide with Griffith University Art Museum’s current exhibition Davida Allen: In the Moment, the night included a Q&A with Allen and the film’s producer Glenys Rowe where […]
In the largest solo exhibition of his career to date, leading contemporary Australian artist Archie Moore will present a new commission at Griffith University Art Museum from 8 March – 21 April 2018. Curated by Griffith University Art Museum Director Angela Goddard, Archie Moore: 1970–2018 takes the form of a multi-room installation based on a […]
Provocative works examine debate around Australia's Indigenous history.