There we were all in one place, an early career survey of cross-cultural artist Hayley Millar-Baker, is the latest exhibition being presented at Flinders University Museum […]
Histories of domestic service inflicted upon Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls in White Australia are at the centre of a powerful new exhibition […]
In a compelling new exhibition, Flinders University Museum of Art (FUMA) puts the complex and contested legacy of Captain Cook (1728-1779) under the lens – 250 […]
Memorable performances of the Flinders Unbound Collective are being celebrated in a National Gallery of Australia touring exhibition of new Indigenous photo-media.
Flinders is celebrating NAIDOC Week with a number of special events, including nation-building workshops in the Flinders Ranges.
Four academics from Flinders University’s Yunggorendi First Nations Centre have received funding for a project that will see them collaborate as multi-media artists.