four years of contemporary art, art space and bookshop - sixteen years at the Lion Arts Centre, the heart of Adelaide's West End Arts District.
The Australian Experimental Art Foundation incorporates a gallery space, bookshop and artists studios. The EAF curates
its exhibition program to represent new work that expands current debates and
ideas in contemporary art and culture.
The contemporary visual arts sector that the Experimental Art Foundation supports, promotes, and seeks to stimulate includes practices that are inter-disciplinary and research-driven and have various gallery, project and urban outcomes.
Domenico de Clario is the 9th Organisational and Artistic Director.
The AEAF is delighted to announce that Robyn Archer is a Patron of the AEAF. Robyn Archer is a singer, writer, director, Artistic Director and public advocate of the Arts.
Drop in and visit the exhibition space and bookshop, become a member and receive postal invitations to events, 10% discount in the bookshop, and a vote at general meetings.
The EAF is a not-for-profit incorporated association. It receives financial support from the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, and the South Australian Government through Arts SA. The EAF is also supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments.
Policy is determined by Council. There are 13 positions available on Council of which 9 are Elected from the membership at the Annual General Meeting. One of these positions is dedicated to a representative from the visual arts student body in South Australia. The remaining positions are appointed from the permanent staff, who are represented proportionately to Elected members (to a maximum of 4).
Find out more about the EAF and its objectives by selecting MISSION STATEMENT in the side menu.
Access is available to all areas of the gallery and bookshop. Please ask the EAF staff for assistance. Address details and transport information.
images are a selection from gone in no time (gone in no time) 2009. From top Yhonnie Scarce, ardi gunawan, margit brunner, jason sweeney, domenico de clario