2006 Contemporary Commonwealth. Presented by Australian Centre for the Moving Image and National Gallery of Victoria. 2006 Contemporary Commonwealth. Presented by ACMI and the National Gallery of Victoria

VENUES

ACMI and NGV

ACMI

Friday 24 February to Sunday 14 May 2006

Screen Gallery
ACMI
Federation Square
Flinders Street Melbourne

Free admission to exhibition

During the Games
Daily, 10am - 10pm

Outside the Games

Monday to Friday, 10am - 5pm
Weekends & Public Holidays, 10am - 6pm
Good Friday and Anzac Day 12pm - 6pm



Phone > 03 8663 2200
Web > www.acmi.net.au
Email > info@acmi.net.au

Planning your visit to ACMI

 

About ACMI
The Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) at Federation Square is Australia's first centre dedicated to the moving image in all its forms. Its unique program of exhibitions, cinema screenings, production workshops and community activities embraces the world's most popular forms of art and entertainment — from a century of cinema to television, computer games and interactive media arts.

NGV

Friday 24 February to Sunday 25 June 2006

The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia
Federation Square
Corner of Russell and Flinders Streets
Melbourne

Free admission to exhibition

During the Games
Daily, 10am - 10pm

Outside the Games

Tuesday to Sunday, 10am - 5pm
Closed Mondays except Public Holidays
Good Friday, Closed
Anzac Day, 1pm - 5pm


Phone > 03 8620 2222
Web > www.ngv.vic.gov.au
Email > enquiries@ngv.vic.gov.au

Planning your visit to NGV Australia

 

About NGV
Since 1861, the National Gallery of Victoria has been displaying artworks for the enjoyment of the community. Its internationally significant collection now resides at two homes: The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square, displaying Australian art, and NGV International at St Kilda Road, its recently redeveloped building dedicated to the Gallery's international artworks.

2004: Australian Culture Now

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The first major collaboration between the Australian Centre for the Moving Image and the National Gallery of Victoria produced the agenda-setting 2004: Australian Culture Now. The exhibition provided a unique exploration into the breadth and diversity of visual culture as practised in Australia, and increased attention on many of our most interesting contemporary artists

Visit the 2004: Australian Culture Now website

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