FUMA Exhibition Floortalk
21nov4:00 pm5:00 pmFUMA Exhibition Floortalkmane djang karirra: the place where the dreaming changed shape4:00 pm - 5:00 pm AudienceAlumni,Donors,Employers,Future students,General Public,Industry partners,Recent graduates,Researchers,Staff,Students,Teachers
Join FUMA Director Fiona Salmon for an introduction to the exhibition mane djang karirra: the place where the dreaming changed shape This exhibition marks
Join FUMA Director Fiona Salmon for an introduction to the exhibition mane djang karirra: the place where the dreaming changed shape
This exhibition marks the sixtieth anniversary of Maningrida Arts & Culture (MAC), a community-based Aboriginal art centre in north central Arnhem Land. Established as an element of the Maningrida Social Club in 1963 and now one of the nation’s longest-running art centres, MAC supports a vibrant and diverse community representing some fifteen language groups. mane djang karirra puts the spotlight on a new generation of female artists – affirming the flourishing and dynamic role of these young women as they forge the centre’s identity in the twenty-first century.
A Flinders University Museum of Art exhibition with Maningrida Arts and Culture presented in association with Tarnanthi Festival 2023
Exhibition dates: 9 October — 15 December 2023
Flinders University Museum of Art
Ground Floor, Social Sciences North building
Flinders University, Bedford Park SA 5042
NOTE – Photographs may be taken at this event to be used for promotional purposes. Please advise staff on the day if you don’t wish to be photographed.
GETTING TO FUMA
FUMA is located on the ground floor of the Social Sciences North building – off Humanities Road and adjacent to car park 5. Car parking on campus is free from 5pm.
For information regarding accessibility please email FUMA email@example.com
(Tuesday) 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Flinders University Museum of Art (FUMA)
Ground floor, Social Sciences North, off carpark 5, Humanties Road