Flinders University Art Museum (FUAM) is a flagship cultural facility and custodian of more than 6,500 original works of art, including nationally significant holdings of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander work.
It plays a dynamic and significant role in the life of the University as a driver of collaboration and engagement, and bridge between people, knowledge and ideas. FUAM is an active agent in developing creative, enterprising and career ready graduates while promoting excellence and innovation in collections-based teaching and research. Our curatorial services across university sites enrich the built environment, enhance the cultural milieu and enliven the Flinders experience.
We offer free admission to more than 26,000 visitors each year, providing innovative, scholarly and engaging exhibitions and programming to our campus and community audiences. By making an unrestricted gift of any amount to the Art Museum and Gallery Fund, you are helping to sustain our ability to exhibit and interpret its collections for the benefit of all.
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