The Resource [Drill Hall Gallery : ephemeral materials]

[Drill Hall Gallery : ephemeral materials]

Label
[Drill Hall Gallery : ephemeral materials]
Title
[Drill Hall 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 Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National University
Cataloging source
AIAS
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Drill Hall Gallery
  • Printed ephemera
  • Art, Aboriginal Australian
  • Art, Torres Strait Islander
  • Art museums
Label
[Drill Hall Gallery : ephemeral materials]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title created by cataloguer
  • "The Drill Hall was built in 1940 to train soldiers for the Second World War. In 1984 the interior was superbly remodelled to create an art gallery which is considered one of the most beautiful of its kind. In 2004 a Heritage order was placed on the building. While the National Gallery of Australia waited for the completion of its building, temporary exhibitions of the national collection were held here. In 1992 the Australian National University took over the Drill Hall Gallery as a showcase for its own art collection and as a venue for temporary exhibitions. There are 4 discrete exhibition spaces." The Gallery is located in Kingsley Street, off Barry Drive, Acton, Australian Capital Territory [Drill Hall Gallery page, Australian National University website, viewed on 1 November 2016]
Carrier category
  • card
  • sheet
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Paintings and sculptures from Ramingining by Jimmy Wululu and Philip Gudthaykudthay, opened by Hon Robert E. Tickner, 5 November 1992, exhibition to 29 November 1992 [invitation] (1992) -- 13th National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, touring exhibition from the Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, opened by Gatjil Djerrkura, 30 May 1997, exhibition closes 29 June 1997 [invitation] (1997) -- In Place : Recent Work by Ingo Kleinert, opened by Professor David Williams, 2 April 1998, exhibition to 3 May 1998 [invitation] (1998) -- Saltwater Country : Bark Paintings from Yirrkala, opened 17 June 1999 by Gatjil Djerrkura OAM, 17 June 1999, exhibition to 18 July 1999 [invitation] (1999) -- Transitions : 17 Years of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, a Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory travelling exhibition, opened by Brian Pilbeam, 1 February 2001, exhibition to 4 March 2001 [invitation] (2001)
  • Tracey Moffatt : Invocations, opened 19 July 2001 by Terence Maloon, exhibition to 26 August 2001 [invitation] (2001) -- Outside in: Research Engagements with Arnhem Land Art, opened by Djon Mundine, OAM, 30 August 2001, exhibition to 7 October 2001 [invitation] (2001) -- Abstractions, opened by Doreen Mellor, 2 October 2003, exhibition to 9 November 2003 [invitation] (2003) -- Indigenous Art at the Australian National University, opened by Emeritus Professor Peter Baume AC, 18 November 2009, exhibition to 20 December 2009 [invitation] (2009) -- Colour country : art from Roper River, opened 25 February 2010 by Howard Morphy, exhibition to 11 April 2010 [invitation] (2010) -- Other Side Art : Trevor Nickolls : A Survey of Paintings and Drawings 1972-2007, opened by Peter Haynes, 15 April 2010, exhibition 16 April to 23 May 2010 [invitation] (2010) -- Gooch's Utopia : Collected Works from the Central Desert opened by Professor Ian Chubb AC, 19 August 2010, exhibition 20 August - 26 September 2010 [invitation] (photocopy) (2010) -- The Loaded Ground Paintings by Michael Nelson Jagamara & Imants Tillers, opened by Michael Bryce AM AE KStJ 16 August 2012, exhibition to 23 September 2012 [invitation] (2012)
  • Convergent Worlds [includes works by Fiona Foley], opened by Louise Doyle, 27 Septembner 2012, exhibition to 4 November 2012 [invitation] (2012) -- Likan'mirri II : Indigenous Art from the AIATSIS Collection, opened by Russell Taylor, 8 November 2012, exhibition 9 November to 16 December 2012 [invitation] (2012) -- Streets of Papunya : The Reinvention of Papunya Painting, opened by Professor Vivien Johnson, curator, in the presence of the artist Tilau Nangala and Nellie Nangala, 14 July 2016, exhibition to 14 August 2016 [invitation] (2016)
Extent
Folder of miscellaneous items
Governing access note
Not for Inter Library Loan
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Label
[Drill Hall Gallery : ephemeral materials]
Publication
Note
  • Title created by cataloguer
  • "The Drill Hall was built in 1940 to train soldiers for the Second World War. In 1984 the interior was superbly remodelled to create an art gallery which is considered one of the most beautiful of its kind. In 2004 a Heritage order was placed on the building. While the National Gallery of Australia waited for the completion of its building, temporary exhibitions of the national collection were held here. In 1992 the Australian National University took over the Drill Hall Gallery as a showcase for its own art collection and as a venue for temporary exhibitions. There are 4 discrete exhibition spaces." The Gallery is located in Kingsley Street, off Barry Drive, Acton, Australian Capital Territory [Drill Hall Gallery page, Australian National University website, viewed on 1 November 2016]
Carrier category
  • card
  • sheet
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Paintings and sculptures from Ramingining by Jimmy Wululu and Philip Gudthaykudthay, opened by Hon Robert E. Tickner, 5 November 1992, exhibition to 29 November 1992 [invitation] (1992) -- 13th National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award, touring exhibition from the Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, opened by Gatjil Djerrkura, 30 May 1997, exhibition closes 29 June 1997 [invitation] (1997) -- In Place : Recent Work by Ingo Kleinert, opened by Professor David Williams, 2 April 1998, exhibition to 3 May 1998 [invitation] (1998) -- Saltwater Country : Bark Paintings from Yirrkala, opened 17 June 1999 by Gatjil Djerrkura OAM, 17 June 1999, exhibition to 18 July 1999 [invitation] (1999) -- Transitions : 17 Years of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Award, a Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory travelling exhibition, opened by Brian Pilbeam, 1 February 2001, exhibition to 4 March 2001 [invitation] (2001)
  • Tracey Moffatt : Invocations, opened 19 July 2001 by Terence Maloon, exhibition to 26 August 2001 [invitation] (2001) -- Outside in: Research Engagements with Arnhem Land Art, opened by Djon Mundine, OAM, 30 August 2001, exhibition to 7 October 2001 [invitation] (2001) -- Abstractions, opened by Doreen Mellor, 2 October 2003, exhibition to 9 November 2003 [invitation] (2003) -- Indigenous Art at the Australian National University, opened by Emeritus Professor Peter Baume AC, 18 November 2009, exhibition to 20 December 2009 [invitation] (2009) -- Colour country : art from Roper River, opened 25 February 2010 by Howard Morphy, exhibition to 11 April 2010 [invitation] (2010) -- Other Side Art : Trevor Nickolls : A Survey of Paintings and Drawings 1972-2007, opened by Peter Haynes, 15 April 2010, exhibition 16 April to 23 May 2010 [invitation] (2010) -- Gooch's Utopia : Collected Works from the Central Desert opened by Professor Ian Chubb AC, 19 August 2010, exhibition 20 August - 26 September 2010 [invitation] (photocopy) (2010) -- The Loaded Ground Paintings by Michael Nelson Jagamara & Imants Tillers, opened by Michael Bryce AM AE KStJ 16 August 2012, exhibition to 23 September 2012 [invitation] (2012)
  • Convergent Worlds [includes works by Fiona Foley], opened by Louise Doyle, 27 Septembner 2012, exhibition to 4 November 2012 [invitation] (2012) -- Likan'mirri II : Indigenous Art from the AIATSIS Collection, opened by Russell Taylor, 8 November 2012, exhibition 9 November to 16 December 2012 [invitation] (2012) -- Streets of Papunya : The Reinvention of Papunya Painting, opened by Professor Vivien Johnson, curator, in the presence of the artist Tilau Nangala and Nellie Nangala, 14 July 2016, exhibition to 14 August 2016 [invitation] (2016)
Extent
Folder of miscellaneous items
Governing access note
Not for Inter Library Loan
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

Library Locations

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      51 Lawson Cres, Acton, ACT, 2601, AU
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