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Drill Hall Gallery

The Drill Hall Gallery
Ann Thomson - Freehand - exhibition in April and May 2015
Ann Thomson - Freehand - exhibition on in April-May 2015
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The Drill Hall Gallery
Ann Thomson - Freehand - exhibition in April and May 2015


View exhibitions by leading Australian and international artists at the Drill Hall Gallery. The gallery’s selective program of exhibitions highlights achievements in contemporary visual arts.

The Gallery supports the arts in the Canberra region by presenting exhibitions developed in conjunction with the University's wide-ranging academic interests. Exhibitions often coincide with major conferences and public events.

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Australian National University, Kingsley Street, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, AustraliaGet Directions

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“DHG: Western Desert Sublime: an absolute must see!”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 3yrs ago by CultureCommando

If I were given to such expressions, the Drill Hall Gallery could be described as 'a hidden gem'. But I'm not, so let's say DHG is a casual and intimate art gallery, operating under the aegis and...

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“Five stars for 'Riverbend'”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 4yrs ago by NZer_101

When I planned this trip to Canberra I didn't know about Sidney Nolan's 'Riverbend' work. I am just so glad that I stumbled across it. It's so glorious that I would go back to Canberra especially to...

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“This one IS a 'hidden gem'”

TripAdvisor ratingReviewed 5yrs ago by Phil J

Not far out of the way and definitely worth making the effort to visit. Lovely building on the Edgar of ANU and the City Centre, consistently good exhibitions, sometimes featuring Australia's most...

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