Preview of significant donation of Aboriginal Art to ANU

The Australian National University (ANU) is to receive the most significant single donation of Indigenous art to an Australian university.

A special announcement by The ANU Vice-Chancellor will be held on Monday 23 July at 10am at the Drill Hall Gallery, Acton.

Media are invited to preview selected works and to meet the donor.

There will be an opportunity for filming, photography of the works and interviews.


WHO: ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt, Donor and Terence Maloon, Director of the Drill Hall Gallery.

WHAT:  Preview of significant donation of Aboriginal Art to ANU

WHERE: Drill Hall Gallery, Kingsley Street, Acton, 2601

WHEN: Monday 23 July at 10 - 11am.  

For media assistance, contact Jane Faure-Brac on 0459 852 243 or the ANU media hotline on (02) 6125 7979.


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