The launch event was an opportunity to celebrate a decade of the successful artist in residence program between La Trobe University and Ateneo de Manila University
Historic, contemporary, curious and significant
Spanning a timeframe of more than 300 years, the display includes a number of traditional works alongside images which challenge the preconceptions of what constitutes a portrait.
The pop-up studio will be open every day during Collective Vision: 130 Years, until May 28.
The exhibition Collective Vision: 130 years opens this Saturday, March 4.
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This week at the La Trobe Art Institute
The F. M. Courtis Collection will surround new and returning La Trobe University students as they arrive for orientation in the Phyllis Palmer Gallery this week.
This exhibition explores the instinctive creative desire to arrange three-dimensional objects; on a mantelpiece, in a cabinet, a shop window or in a gallery.