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Flinders University Museum of Art

Since 1966 when the first acquisitions were made by the former Department of Fine Arts, the Flinders University Museum of Art collection has grown to more than 8,000 works, making it one of the largest University art collections in Australia.

Four major collection areas include contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art; European prints; Post-object and documentation art; and Australian political prints and posters. Smaller collections comprise colonial and 20th century Australian art; indigenous works from Papua New Guinea, North America and Africa; and Japanese Ukiyo-e woodblock prints.

FUMA presents diverse and inclusive public programs ranging from short talks, lectures and seminars to film screenings, hands-on workshops and special events.

Located on the ground floor of Social Sciences North building, Humanities Road, adjacent to carpark 5.

Free Admission.

Flinders University Museum of Art

Flinders University, Sturt Rd, Bedford Park SA, Australia

08 8201 2695

Mon to Fri 10am–5pm or by appt.
Thur until 7pm. Closed weekends
and public holidays.

Flinders University Museum of Art

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