FUMA’s changing program of exhibitions showcase historical and contemporary works by Australian and international artists. We present thematic and solo exhibitions on the Bedford Park campus and in venues regionally and nationally, regularly featuring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and curators.
Nautilus Art Centre Port Lincoln | 12 August – 24 September 2022
Murray Bridge Regional Gallery Murray Bridge | 21 January - 19 March 2023
Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery Port Pirie | 31 March – 21 May 2023
Naracoorte Regional Art Gallery Naracoorte | 2 June – 16 July 2023
Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre Mt Gambier | 8 September – 19 November 2023
Signal Point Gallery Goolwa | 1 December 2023 - 11 February 2024
Featuring 74 works Bee-stung Lips exemplifies Hanrahan’s mastery and innovation across the print medium including woodcuts, linocuts, screenprints, lithographs, etchings and drypoint, and celebrates her singular and uncompromising practice.
Curator: Nic Brown
This exhibition is touring with the support of Country Arts SA
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
20 February – 16 June 2023
FUMA Gallery I Social Sciences North Building I Bedford Park
Some Like it Hot, curated by Wendy Garden, brings together two of the Northern Territory’s most respected artists: Franck Gohier and Therese Ritchie in an exhibition that reflects upon gender trouble in the tropics. Both Gohier and Ritchie consider the performative nature of gender, tracing the intersections between sweat, sex, desire and discord in Darwin, Australia’s hottest and most remote capital city.
Some Like it Hot is an Artback NT Touring Exhibition, and proudly supported by Visions of Australia and the Australia Council for the Arts.
Image: Therese Ritchie, Simply did not happen, 2021, pigment print, 80 x 50cm, collection of the artist
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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
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