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ANZAC Day at Samstag Museum of Art

The University of South Australia’s Samstag Museum of Art launched three exhibitions on ANZAC Day with an afternoon of conversation, performance, food and music.

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Reg Saunders, the first Aboriginal Australian to be commissioned as an officer in the Australian army, surrounded by his mates of the 2/7th Battalion, AIF, in 1943. Photo courtesy Australian War Memorial
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Samstag Museum exhibition launch

More than 500 people gathered at the Samstag Museum of Art on Thursday night for the launch on its Adelaide Film Festival exhibitions Starstruck: Australian Movie Portraits and The Waiting Room by Rolf de Heer & Molly Reynolds.

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Samstag Museum exhibition launch

Around 600 guests attended the Samstag Museum of Art’s recent launch of two new exhibitions: Aldo Iacobelli’s A Conversation with Jheronimus and a suite of montage films by Tracey Moffatt and Gary Hillberg.

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