The first Yolngu printmaker from northeast Arnhem Land, Banduk Marika, has received an honorary doctorate from Flinders University in recognition of her remarkable contributions as a […]
The social impact of technology and the different ways in which it permeates our consciousness is explored in a disarming new exhibition in the Flinders University […]
A transformative period in Aboriginal Australian art is captured in the powerful exhibition, A Thousand Journeys: The Helen Read Collection, which has been launched at the Flinders University City […]
A boomerang donated to Flinders University Art Museum is part of the extraordinary story of the Namatjira copyright battle. The Namatjira family fought for copyright for […]
An exhibition of new artworks is on display at Flinders’ Bedford Park campus as the result of the artist’s six-month exploration of Flinders University Art Museum. […]
Federal Minister for Arts and Communications Mitch Fifield and local MP Nicolle Flint visited Flinders University Art Museum today (23 February) to view the University’s nationally significant […]
The amazing story of Bungaree, who helped Matthew Flinders to chart Australia, is part of National Reconciliation Week 2016 at Flinders University.
Flinders University has won national grants to support the development of innovative learning via the Flinders Art Museum and to enhance second language education.
The vast collection of art and old objects at the Ashmolean Museum is enriching University of Oxford academic programs – and Flinders is looking to follow this lead.