Promised the Moon: Curator in Conversation

Promised the Moon: Curator in Conversation
Erica Seccombe, Celestial body: so near yet so far (detail), 2019, volumetric data, basalt rock sample. Credits: ANU CT Lab.

 

Join the curator, Dr Ursula Frederick in the Main Gallery to hear more about the works in the exhibition Promised the Moon and the importance of the artists in communicating and commemorating the ACT’s unique space heritage.

Free | All Welcome | Please RSVP 

This event is part of Moon Week, presented by the Australian National Univeristy in partnership with the ACT Government. 

 

Promised the Moon Exhibition

Fifty years after the Apollo 11 Mission, fourteen artists reflect on the Australian Capital Territory’s unique space heritage and the region’s connections to the lunar landings.

Artists: Bec Bigg-Wither, Tom Buckland, Heather Burness, Susan Chancellor, Dean Cross, Deirdre Feeney, UK Frederick, Lee Grant, Ellis Hutch, Julian Laffan, Jacqui Malins, Rose Montebello, Macdonald Nichols, and Erica Seccombe.

Curated by Dr Ursula Frederick

Promised the Moon is supported by the ACT Government's Heritage Grant Programme and the Australian National University.

For more information about the exhibition

Date & time

Thu 18 Jul 2019, 2–3pm

Location

ANU School of Art & Design Gallery, Cnr Ellery Cres & Liversidge St, Acton ACT

Speakers

Dr Ursula Fredrick, Curator, Promised the Moon

Contacts

ANU School of Art & Design Gallery
02 6125 5841

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