This month, we caught up with Dr Naomi Stead, Associate Professor, School of Architecture, UQ and one of the three-member Creative Consortium behind ‘Hung out to dry: Space, memory and domestic laundry practices’.
Peter Hennessey has always been drawn to structures that are inherently aesthetic. Indeed, he chooses his objects not only for their symbolic value, but also because they are visually and physically engaging.
Education is at the heart of all of UQ Art Museum’s programs and making visual art part of student learning is an important and ongoing goal. To go some way towards achieving this goal, we recognised that students needed a space where they could access and study artwork.