Art + Australia Study Centre

Art + Australia Study Centre

Art + Australia Study Centre

The Art + Australia Study Centre is an interdisciplinary research centre based at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne. The Study Centre initiates, captures and disseminates key research projects that emerge from artistic, art historical and curatorial practice in Australia. The Centre endeavours to deepen research and engagement through publications, long-form projects, residencies and public programs, such as exhibitions and discussions.

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Publisher: Victorian College of the Arts
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Editor-in-Chief: Su Baker
Editor at Large: Edward Colless
Managing Editor: Jeremy Eaton
Art + Australia Study Centre Editor: Suzie Fraser
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Art + Australia was established in 1963 by Sam Ure-Smith and in 2015 was donated to the Victorian College of the Arts at the University of Melbourne by then publisher and editor Eleonora Triguboff as a gift of the ARTAND Foundation.


Art + Australia acknowledges the generous support of the Dr Harold Schenberg Bequest and the Centre of Visual Art, University of Melbourne. 


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