FUMA acknowledges the Kaurna people as the traditional owners and custodians of the Adelaide region. We recognise and respect Kaurna heritage, beliefs and spiritual relationship with Country, and respectfully acknowledge Kaurna Elders past, present and emerging.
An Artback NT Touring Exhibition, proudly supported by Visions of Australia and the Australia Council for the Arts.
20 February – 16 June 2023
FUMA Gallery I Bedford Park
Image: Therese Ritchie, Simply did not happen, 2021, pigment print, 80 x 50cm, collection of the artist
Flinders University Museum of Art (FUMA) is located south of Adelaide’s city centre at the University’s main campus at Bedford Park. FUMA is custodian of some 8000 Australian and international works spanning the 15th to 21st centuries, making it one of the largest public collections of art in South Australia. FUMA serves the University and wider community as an academic resource and dynamic site of cultural and intellectual exchange through its cross-disciplinary and collaborative projects, exhibitions, education and public programs.
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Greeting cards featuring artworks from the FUMA collections are available to purchase in sets of 10 cards.
Four different sets are available, including a limited edition set featuring works by Barbara Hanrahan. Each set is available for $29.95 (includes envelopes), is produced on high quality stock and measures 17 x 11.6 cm.
Profits raised from the sale of the cards support FUMA’s art acquisition fund.
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Explore the collection
Image: Richard Tipping, (Australia 1949 - ), Alphabet Soup, 1978, gelatin silver prints, 13.5 x 19.8 cm (image); 20.2 x 25.0 cm (sheet), Collection of Flinders University Museum of Art 1226K.090, © the artist, photographed by David Reid, image courtesy FUMA
For those who missed FUMA’s exhibition Bee-stung Lips: Barbara Hanrahan works on paper 1960-1991, we are pleased to announce that it will be touring with Country Arts SA throughout South Australia from 2022 - 2024.
The works and accompanying exhibition guide can be viewed online by clicking the button below.
Image: Barbara Hanrahan, Dog of darkness (detail), 1978, hand – coloured etching with plate – tone, colour inks on paper, 35.5 x 25.3 cm, Private collection, Adelaide, © the Estate of the artist, courtesy Susan Sideris 2020
FUMA Collections were first established in 1966 for education and research. Now comprising 8,000 works from the 15th century to the present day and representing one of the largest University art collections in the nation, they include paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings, photographs and videos, textiles, ceramics and jewellery.
Flinders University Museum of Art (FUMA) is generously supported by people who share the belief that art matters.
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Flinders University Museum of Art
Flinders University I Sturt Road I Bedford Park SA 5042
Located ground floor Social Sciences North building, Humanities Road adjacent carpark 5
Telephone | +61 (08) 8201 2695
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