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UnAustralian: Reimaging National Identity

09.02.10 - 04.07.10<p><strong>9 February to 4 July 2010</strong></p><p>Since the late 1990s the term un-Australian has been used freely, appearing everywhere from front bench politics to the sporting arena. But what does it mean to be un Australian? </p>
Little Masters: Celebrating young children as viewers and artists

11.03.10 - 04.04.10<p><strong>11 March to 4 April 2010</strong></p><p>This exhibition showcases outcomes of a Community Arts Partnership between the Gardens Point Cr&#232;che and QUT Art Museum. </p>
The Promised Land: The Art of Lawrence Daws

30.04.10 - 27.06.10<p><strong>30 April to 27 June 2010</strong></p><p>Lawrence Daws enjoys a long and successful career as a painter and printmaker.</p>
Heroes and Magicians: Adventures in the Floating World

25.05.10 - 04.07.10<p><strong>25 May to 4 July</strong></p><p>Heroes, ghosts, giant snakes and spider spirits from the underworld! Ukiyo-e prints are well known for depicting scenes of civilised entertainment, often featuring beautiful women and well-known actors or evocative Japanese landscapes. </p>
A Generosity of Spirit: Recent Australian Women's Art from the QUT Art Collection

02.07.10 - 03.10.10<p><strong>2 July to 3 October 2010</strong></p><p><em>A Generosity of Spirit </em>simultaneously acknowledges the generous philanthropy of former Queensland artist and QUT alumnus Betty Quelhurst (1919-2008), and the work of selected Australian women artists.</p>
Material Memories: restaging the eCHO project

13.07.10 - 22.08.10<p><strong>13 July to 22 August 2010</strong></p><p><em>eCHO </em>was a collaborative research project encompassing various disciplines and locations, grounded in practice and led by QUT fashion.</p><p><a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/qutartmuseum/sets/72157624632521723/" target="blank">View Flickr image gallery</a></p>