29 Mar to 3 Jul 2022
An exhibition that explores the image of the idealised performer getting it ‘right’ and the way a performer connects with an audience through practice, repetition and authenticity.
Dean Cross: Nothing lasts forever
8 Mar to 11 Sept 2022
Greater Bendigo, a region celebrated for its gold and clay, is also the birthplace of the chiko roll. Dean Cross's public art commission links ‘big ag’ and industrialised food production to the erosion of native food systems and the changing landscape.
Sculpture Park – Melbourne Campus
Follow our map of the Sculpture Park [PDF 1MB] to explore more than 20 public sculptures in the bushland setting of the La Trobe Melbourne Campus. Works by artists including Charles Robb, Inge King, Robert Klippel, David Wilson, Karen Ward and Reko Rennie reflect key movements in contemporary Australian sculpture since the mid-1960s.
Thriving: reflections on resilience from the La Trobe University Art Collection – Shepparton Campus
From 18 Mar 2022
Through their large-scale photographs, artists Michael Cook and Siri Hayes have reflected on relationships with the land. From Melbourne’s inner north, where the Merri Creek cuts through train lines and freeways, to the diverse, sweeping landscapes of Central Australia, Thriving explores our connection to locality post-colonisation.
One foot on the ground, one foot in the water
We are proud to partner with NETS Victoria to tour this thematic group exhibition to five Australian public galleries, beginning with Bunjil Place in February 2022. The NETS Victoria exhibition webpage provides an overview, information about the artists and links to the catalogue and education resource.