March to Art: ANVAM Exhibition, Melbourne

By Mark Schroffel

Les D'Monte & Kat Rae preparing for Kat's Artist Talk on Wednesday
Kat and Les preparing for Wed's Artist Talk

The Australian National Vetran Arts Museum’s (ANVAM) March to Art Exhibition is now open. Conveniently located within the QV complex, the exhibition would be a perfect side trip for veterans and families visiting the Melbourne CBD for ANZAC Day.


Somewhere lived, encountered, remembered, or imagined


Featuring artists from the veteran community, the exhibition is focussed on the theme of place.


Exhibition curator, Bruce Copeland explains that “Veteran photographers and their families have ventured into the world equipped with today’s digital technology to photograph the places that inspire and matter to them: somewhere lived, encountered, remembered, or imagined.


Be inspired


Be inspired and visit the ANVAM’s March to Art Exhibition


Where:

The No Vacancy Art Gallery and Cafe

30-40 Jane Bell Lane

Level 3, QV Building (street level, off Russell St)

Melbourne


When:

Thursday 23 Apr / 11 - 5pm

Saturday 24 Apr / 1 - 4pm

Sunday 25 Apr /1 - 4pm


Want to know more about ANVAM?


To find out more about ANVAM and how to get involved visit anvam.org.au or email info@anvam.org.au





Mark Schroffel is the Editor-in-Chief of Australian Veteran News. Mark is a veteran and has a day-job as strategy consultant and researcher interested in veteran support policies and transition programs. He designed and led the Melbourne Legacy sponsored ShoutOUT research initiative to gather insights and stories about post-1991 veterans and their families. Mark can be followed on twitter @MarkSchroffel


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