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Collection created by former Larundel patients
Argentinian artist Alexandra Kehayoglou visits La Trobe Art Institute
Leonard French sculpture
James Geurts artist-in-residence at the LAI in November.
Brigid Hansen to curate at La Trobe Art Institute in 2018 as part of a new Emerging Curators Program that has been established.
Winter can be an undesirable time of the year to leave the warmth of the home and venture out into the world to look at art, especially in the cooler climes of the Bendigo region.
Selection-based initiative that invites submissions from curators in the early stages of their career
Leigh Hobbs exhibition opens at LAI celebrating the renowned Children's Laureate's artwork.
People of all ages are visiting LAI to curate their own art exhibition.
La Trobe Art Institute's latest exhibition features artwork from five Australian artists drawn from Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne.
From donated works to student and staff funded acquisitions, the La Trobe University collections are a fascinating snapshot of 50 years of Australian art.
Chris Pedler reports for the Bendigo Advertiser on two new shows opening at Bendigo Art Gallery, including Revealing Identity: The Collections of La Trobe University.
Chris Pedler writing for the Bendigo Advertiser, as La Trobe University prepares to showcase its collections at Bendigo Art Gallery.
La Trobe Creative Arts photography students open new exhibition at the Phyllis Palmer Gallery in Bendigo.
La Trobe Art Institute presents a special exhibition celebrating the University's 50th anniversary.
Chrysalid takes pride of place in sculpture park
The La Trobe Art Institute's After Hours event draws a large crowd to its latest shows in Bendigo.
Australian abstract works from the FM Courtis Collection, instigated in the 1950s in Bendigo, are currently on display at the La Trobe Art Institute.
Natalie Croxon writing for the Bendigo Advertiser, on two new exhibitions at La Trobe Art Institute exploring gun violence, and remembrance, movement and balance.
La Trobe's Bachelor of Creative Arts students meet with the Filipino artists exhibiting in Mutable Truths.
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