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GALLERIES IN VICTORIA

Monash University Museum of Art

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Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA) is committed to innovative, experimental and research-based contemporary art and curatorial practice. With a focus upon contemporary art since the 1960s, MUMA seeks to establish the museum as a dynamic site for cultural production, pedagogy and participation – through exhibitions, collection development, curatorial research, publishing, and academic and community engagement.With a vision to become an international centre of excellence in the research and collection, promotion and presentation of contemporary visual art, MUMA is adventurous and forward-looking in its support of new art and ideas.

Permanent Collection

The Monash University Collection is a leading representation of contemporary Australian art from the 1960s to the present. It includes a diverse range of media from painting, sculpture and photography to video, installation and new media.The collection encompasses more than 2000 works, which chart a period of dynamic change from the medium-specific perceptual and formal experiments of late modernism to an expanded field of cultural reference inaugurated by pop, minimal, conceptual and performance art.Works are regularly lent to museums and galleries nationally and internationally, and are also on public display on all Monash University’s Victorian campuses. MUMA’s rich exhibition program also draws actively on the collection.The collection continues to represent new artistic tendencies as they develop with a sustained commitment to the support of innovation and excellence in contemporary Australian art.

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getting to the gallery

By Train
Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston and Pakenham lines.  The Caulfield Railway Station is next to the campus and four lines stop at the station. Approximate train travel time from Flinders Street Central Business District (CBD) is 15 minutes.

By Tram 
Number 3 Tram. The number 3 tram from Swanston Street in the Central Business District (CBD) will take you directly to Caulfield campus.

By Bus 
Bus Route 624:  Kew, Auburn Railway Station, Caulfield Railway Station, Chadstone Shopping Centre, Holmesglen Institute of TAFE, Oakleigh Railway Station. 
Bus Route 900:  Stud Park Shopping Centre, Waverley Park, Monash University Clayton campus, Huntingdale Station, Oakleigh Railway Station, Chadstone Shopping Centre, Monash University Caulfield campus, Caulfield Railway Station.

By Car 
The nine kilometre (six mile) trip from the city of Melbourne will take about 25 minutes in peak hour and 15 minutes at other times. If you are coming from Melbourne airport, add another 45 minutes in peak hour and 30 minutes at other times.

By Taxi 
A taxi rank is situated at the railway station on Sir John Monash Drive. 

Parking  
A user pay, multi-level car park is available on campus for the general public, staff and students. Entry is from Princes Avenue. Ticket machine parking ranging from one to five hours is also available in surrounding streets, as well some free two hour parking. Melway Reference: 68 F1

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Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA)
Ground Floor, Building F
Monash University 
Caulfield Campus
900 Dandenong Road 
Caulfield East VIC 3145
T: 03 9905 4217
E: 
muma@monash.edu
W:  monash.edu.au/muma

Opening Hours
Tuesday - Friday: 10am - 5pm
Saturday: 12pm – 5pm

Entry is Free

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Exhibitions

Lili Reynaud Dewar, TEETH GUMS MACHINES FUTURE SOCIETY (still), 2016. Color HD film. Produced by Olga Rozenblum for Redshoes with the support of Fondation d'Entreprise Hermès and FNAGP. Courtesy of Clearing, New York, Brussels; Emanuel Layr, Vienna and the artist.
Lili Reynaud-Dewar: TEETH, GUMS, MACHINES, FUTURE, SOCIETY
Monash University Museum of Art
6 Oct 2018 - 15 Dec 2018
Alicia Frankovich, Outside Before Beyond Duesseldorf 2017. Photo:  Katja Illner.
Alicia Frankovich: Exoplanets
Monash University Museum of Art
6 Oct 2018 - 15 Dec 2018
MUMA Shapes of Knowledge - Kym Maxwell
Shapes of Knowledge
Monash University Museum of Art
9 Feb 2019 - 13 Apr 2019
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