Monash University Museum of Art


Monash University Museum of Art

Monash University Museum of Art | MUMA offers a unique perspective on the recent history of contemporary art and culture, and is adventurous and forward looking in the production, research and support of new art and ideas.

Through our exhibition, collection and public programs, MUMA makes an energetic contribution to, and interaction with, the intellectual and cultural life of the University and broader communities.

Monash University Museum of Art | MUMA is well known for the quality and diversity of our programs and the national significance of the Monash University Collection. As a key public resource of a multi-campus university, the Museum engages and educates various audiences - local, national and international - and generates creative partnerships with other cultural institutions.

The Museum has an important role to play in delivering engaging programs, and developing and managing the University Collection. The Monash University Collection represents a leading overview of Australian art since 1961. Notable for its commitment to a wide variety of media and artistic practices as they develop, the Collection is nationally recognised for its currency, depth and diversity. Among its 1500 works are included major pieces by Howard Arkley, Arthur Boyd, Ian Burn, Mutlu «erkez, Juan Davila, Destiny Deacon, Leonard French, Bill Henson, Raafat Ishak, David Jolly, Linda Marrinon, Tracey Moffatt, Callum Morton, Nick Mangan, Susan Norrie, Raquel Ormella, Mike Parr, John Perceval, Patricia Piccinini, Stuart Ringholt, Ricky Swallow, Jenny Watson and Fred Williams.

MUMA Collection: The Monash University Collection represents a leading overview of Australian art since the 1960s. Notable for its commitment to a wide variety of media and artistic practices as they develop, the Collection is nationally recognised for its currency, depth and diversity.

Among the 1800 works in the Monash University Collection are those by Howard Arkley, Arthur Boyd, Ian Burn, Mutlu Cerkez, Juan Davila, Destiny Deacon, Leonard French, Bill Henson, Ronnie van Hout, Raafat Ishak, David Jolly, Geoff Lowe, Linda Marrinon, Tracey Moffatt, Callum Morton, Nick Mangan, Susan Norrie, Raquel Ormella, Mike Parr, John Perceval, Patricia Piccinnini, Stuart Ringholt, Daniel von Sturmer, Ricky Swallow, Jenny Watson and Fred Williams.

Also see Faculty of Art & Design @ Caulfield Campus

 
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