Past exhibitions

Saturday 11 May 2019

Monday 06 May 2019

unbranded presents work by Indigenous contemporary artists whose practices undermine and subvert the notion of a singular Indigenous ‘brand’ or ‘aesthetic’.

Saturday 23 March 2019

Opening event: Saturday 23 March

Friday 22 March 2019

Visual Arts Program

Monday 11 March 2019

Drawn from the Stewart E Fraser Poster Collection, ‘Postered’ presents Australian public health, women’s rights and political posters from the 1970’s & 1980’s.

Thursday 17 January 2019

Join us for the launch of our first show for 2019 with opening remarks by Julie Chambers, Director, Art Vault and Artistic Director, Australian Print Triennial.

Thursday 17 January 2019

This major exhibition travelling out of the second Australian Print Triennial is the culmination of a project that brought together nationally renowned landscape artists to respond to the rich natural and cultural environment of Mungo National Park, Willandra Lakes Region World Heritage Area.

Wednesday 16 January 2019

NGV Kids on Tour comes to La Trobe Art Institute

Wednesday 19 December 2018

For some time there has been a push to recognise the objectness of painting.

Thursday 25 October 2018

Join 2018 LAI Emerging Curator Brigid Hansen, artist Xanthe Dobbie and researcher, writer, and award-winning poet Dr Quinn Eades as they discuss marginalised voices, queer issues and humour in contemporary Australian art and life.

Friday 12 October 2018

20 Years of Street Fashion

Thursday 11 October 2018

Image: Damon Moon, Slip-cast altered Skittles (detail), 2018. unglazed low-fired stoneware, 40 x 14cm approx. Photograph: Anna Fennech

Tuesday 18 September 2018

Chart Form celebrates a data aesthetic and a systems language. Presenting the work of four artists whose work evokes flow charts and process maps, the exhibition offers ways of understanding implied meaning generated by formalist tropes.

Tuesday 24 July 2018

Antonia Sellbach James Little Katie Paine Michael Georgetti Paul Kaptein Ross Taylor

Tuesday 29 May 2018

Drawn from the collections of La Trobe University, Miwatj presents the work of five highly respected senior Yolngu leaders: Birrikitji Gumana (c.1898-1982), Dr Gumana AO (c.1935-2016), Mithinarri Gurruwiwi (c.1929-1976), Narritjin Maymuru (c.1916-1981) and Wandjuk Marika OBE (c.1927-1987). These senior men were highly respected community leaders and embraced the act of painting as a means of communicating Yolngu culture with non-Yolngu people.