Ways to Stay in Touch with Kluge-Ruhe from Home
Wondering how you can stay in touch with Kluge-Ruhe from home? Curious about whether Kluge-Ruhe is releasing any virtual content? Let us count the ways.
- Our Facebook page and our Instagram account each have thousands of followers and are a great way to follow what’s going on at Kluge-Ruhe behind the scenes.
- Our YouTube channel has some recently released ‘flat chat tours’ as well as longer videos of past webinars, past exhibitions, and past artist residencies.
- Check our calendar for upcoming virtual events like lectures, discussions and artist talks.
- We’ve developed Kiki’s Kangaroo Kit as a fun way for families to connect with Kluge-Ruhe and Aboriginal art from home.
- Join us for a virtual tour of the exhibition With Her Hands: Women’s Fiber Art from Gapuwiyak | The Louise Hamby Gift.
- Our curator presented a virtual tour of the exhibition The Inside World: Contemporary Aboriginal Australian Memorial Poles at The Fralin Museum of Art.
- Aboriginal Art 101 is an introductory guide to Indigenous Australian art and culture, written in collaboration with two Indigenous scholars, Nici Cumpston and Jilda Andrews.
- Our Research Archive is a selection of articles we’ve published, written by staff and students.
- You can always browse our collection online here. It doesn’t feature our full collection, but some of our favorites are included.
- Curious about what we’ve been up to over the last few years? You can check out our past exhibitions, residencies and other major events on our Collaboration Archive here.