Acrylic on canvas
112 x 96.5 cm
Courtesy of Olsen Gallery
Oil and mixed media on canvas
180 x 150 cm
Courtesy of Martin Browne Contemporary
Gouache on Stonehenge paper
69 x 49 cm
Courtesy of King Street Gallery on William
Printed photographs and vintage Captain Cook ephemera on archival paper sheet
29 x 38.5 cm
Courtesy of Sullivan+Strumpf
Support the employment of more Indigenous lecturers at NAS and collaborations with Indigenous artists, ensuring the inclusion and appreciation of Indigenous knowledge, perspectives, and practices throughout the curriculum.
This new position will work with schools and partners to provide Indigenous high school students with access to creativity and the visual arts. The role will support prospective students throughout the application process; develop the NAS scholarships program; and provide pastoral care and mentorship to existing students.
Support crucial building work to ensure the continuation of our four NAS alumni Paris residencies each year. The Cité residencies provide an incredible stepping-stone for alumni to expand their practice on the world stage.
Break down barriers to participation for 16–19-year-olds and support subsidised rates for NAS Open Short Courses. Creating pathways for young creatives from high school to studio practice under the guidance of expert artist educators.
Contribute to the new NAS endowment and invest in the financial sustainability of NAS and support the next generation of Australian artists. Donations from $100,000.