The Resource [Canberra Grammar School Gallery : ephemeral materials]

[Canberra Grammar School Gallery : ephemeral materials]

Label
[Canberra Grammar School Gallery : ephemeral materials]
Title
[Canberra Grammar School Gallery
Title remainder
ephemeral materials]
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
This collection of materials may include invitations, small catalogues, postcards, bookmarks, brochures, flyers, lists of artists and/or artistic works and other print ephemera produced to promote exhibitions associated with Canberra Grammar School Gallery, Red Hill, Australian Capital Territory
Cataloging source
AIAS
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Canberra Grammar School Gallery
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  • Canberra Grammar School Gallery
  • Printed ephemera
  • Art, Aboriginal Australian
  • Art, Torres Strait Islander
  • Art museums
Label
[Canberra Grammar School Gallery : ephemeral materials]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title created by cataloguer
  • Canberra Grammar School Gallery is a 'formal Gallery space ... [located on the Grammar School campus, Red Hill, Australian Capital Territory] dedicated to supporting young and emerging artists from ... [the] local and wider communities ... The Gallery has a link with the ANU School of Art ... part of the Emerging Artists Support Scheme. Selected artists from the graduating student exhibition are invited to exhibit their work in the CGS Gallery ... The Gallery is also a space for Embassies to display and celebrate cultural initiatives, and a regular venue for artists from the Ngukurr Arts Centre in Arnhem Land ...The Gallery space is available for public hire on application.' [Canberra Grammar School website, viewed on 10/11/2016]
Carrier category
  • card
  • sheet
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Walkabout, exhibition of collectable, cutting edge Australian Aboriginal Art (fundraising inititative of World Vistion Australia), opened by Dr Ngiare Brown 19 June, exhibition continues to 28 June [invitation] ([date of publication not identified]) -- Ngukurr Arts and The Gallery presents Wagilak Men : paintings from the Wagilak Tribe, South Eastern Arnhem Land, opened by Margot Neale, 7 May [2004], exhibition to 30 May [2004] -- Evan Wilfred : Stories from my mother’s country, opened by Brenda Croft, 18 November [2005?], exhibition to 4 December [2005?] [invitation] ([2005?])
Extent
Folder of miscellaneous items
Governing access note
Not for Inter Library Loan
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Label
[Canberra Grammar School Gallery : ephemeral materials]
Publication
Note
  • Title created by cataloguer
  • Canberra Grammar School Gallery is a 'formal Gallery space ... [located on the Grammar School campus, Red Hill, Australian Capital Territory] dedicated to supporting young and emerging artists from ... [the] local and wider communities ... The Gallery has a link with the ANU School of Art ... part of the Emerging Artists Support Scheme. Selected artists from the graduating student exhibition are invited to exhibit their work in the CGS Gallery ... The Gallery is also a space for Embassies to display and celebrate cultural initiatives, and a regular venue for artists from the Ngukurr Arts Centre in Arnhem Land ...The Gallery space is available for public hire on application.' [Canberra Grammar School website, viewed on 10/11/2016]
Carrier category
  • card
  • sheet
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Walkabout, exhibition of collectable, cutting edge Australian Aboriginal Art (fundraising inititative of World Vistion Australia), opened by Dr Ngiare Brown 19 June, exhibition continues to 28 June [invitation] ([date of publication not identified]) -- Ngukurr Arts and The Gallery presents Wagilak Men : paintings from the Wagilak Tribe, South Eastern Arnhem Land, opened by Margot Neale, 7 May [2004], exhibition to 30 May [2004] -- Evan Wilfred : Stories from my mother’s country, opened by Brenda Croft, 18 November [2005?], exhibition to 4 December [2005?] [invitation] ([2005?])
Extent
Folder of miscellaneous items
Governing access note
Not for Inter Library Loan
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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