Welcome to the Samstag Museum of Art
One of Australia's leading university art museums, the Samstag Museum of Art aims to stimulate, challenge and engage its audiences with a program of diverse and innovative exhibitions, publications and associated public activities.
The Samstag Museum presents a changing exhibitions program of contemporary visual art, and art of the past that has relevance for us today.
Friday 14 September — Friday 30 November 2018
Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits
Molly Reynolds & Rolf de Heer: The Waiting Room
Tuesday 25 September, 5.30 – 6.30pm
Costuming for Film | Dr Jennifer Gall (NFSA) discusses the role of costume in the creation of film characters.
EXHIBITION LAUNCH PARTY
Wednesday 10 October, 5 – 6.30pm
Celebrate Australia's rich contribution to cinema with Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits and The Waiting Room! Opening remarks by film critic Margaret Pomeranz.
Thursday 11 October, 1 – 2pm
Curators' Tour | Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits co-curators Penelope Grist (NPG) & Jennifer Coombes (NFSA) lead a tour of the exhibition, followed by an in conversation with photographer Matt Nettheim.
Thursday 11 October, 6pm | Saturday 13 October, 4pm
TERROR NULLIUS | Join us for a screening of TERROR NULLIUS: A Political Revenge Fable in Three Act followed by Soda_Jerk in conversation with Erica Green. Presented by the Adelaide Film Festival.
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Saturday 13 October, 12 – 1pm
Scott Hicks | Hear from South Australian filmmaker Scott Hicks in conversation with Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits co-curators Penelope Grist (NPG) & Jennifer Coombes (NFSA).
Thursday 18 October, 5.30 – 7pm
Starstruck & The Waiting Room Discussion | Join us for a screening of Robert McFarlane: The Still Point followed by a discussion with photographer Robert McFarlane alongside filmmakers Molly Reynolds & Rolf de Heer.
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Tuesday 30 October, 10am & 1.30pm | Wednesday 31 October, 10am & 1.30pm
Indigenous Representation on Screen | A guide for teachers and students years 5 — 9 on understanding Aboriginal Histories & Cultures through Australian Film.
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