Daughter of Arnhem Land honoured

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 […]

When art and science collide

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 […]

The loss and return of Namatjira’s legacy

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 […]

Fran Callen, Dappled Things (detail), 2017, graphite, biro, colour pencil, watercolour, syntheic polymer paint, gesso, gold leaf, olive stain, beetroot stain, pomegranate stain, tea, wine and eucalyptus sap on watercolour canvas, 130 x 112cm, courtesy the artist and BMG Gallery, Adelaide. Photo: Grant Hancock

Artist’s 216-year voyage into the past

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. […]