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Community Heritage Grant Awarded

Community Heritage Grant Awarded

By Belinda Hungerford ACP is thrilled to have been awarded a federal Community Heritage Grant to fund a Preservation Needs Assessment on the Archives. The grant was announced at the National Library of Australia in Canberra on 27 October, 2015. In 2013 ACP received a CHG grant to fund a...

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Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II

By Belinda Hungerford Unless you’ve been avoiding all news reporting you can hardly have missed the announcement that Queen Elizabeth II is now the longest serving British monarch in history. In ACP’s archives we have a press print from Max Dupain’s series Waiting for the Queen. Although the image is...

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Whitney Museum of American Art

Whitney Museum of American Art

By Belinda Hungerford   Recently I was delighted to receive an enquiry from the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. They are currently undertaking research on American artist David Wojnarowicz (1954-1992) for an upcoming exhibition (Fall 2016/Winter 2017). It will be the first major, monographic presentation of Wojnarowicz’s...

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The significance of ACP's archives

The significance of ACP's archives

By Belinda Hungerford   The Australian Centre for Photography is currently celebrating its fortieth year. Founded in 1973 by photographers David Moore and Wesley Stacey with a grant from the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council, the first exhibition opened to the public on 21 November 1974. Since then...

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