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 […]
In a world where technology, medicine and engineering collide, what is the future of human biology? It’s a question being considered by STELARC: Posthuman Bodies, a […]
Creative impressions of nature’s wonders inspired by the Ernabella Arts Archive are on display at Flinders University. Opening in time for the University’s annual community family […]
A compelling exhibition of Australian portraiture showcasing some of the nation’s most celebrated artists is on display at the Flinders University Art Museum’s City Gallery. The […]
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 […]
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 microscope is central to science as both tool and symbol – now a new exhibition at Flinders University’s City Gallery puts the quintessential instrument of scientific enquiry into a new, provocative role.
Direct descendants of the legendary explorer Matthew Flinders gathered at Flinders University Victoria Square on Saturday to celebrate the royal unveiling of a commemorative statute in London.
“roads cross” is the evocative title of a new exhibition at Flinders University’s Art Museum and City Gallery.