Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National University

A: Drill Hall Gallery, Australian National University, Bldg 29, Kingsley St, Acton, Canberra, ACT Australia

P: +61 2 6125 5834

E: dhg@anu.edu.au

W: dhg.anu.edu.au

Situated on the Australian National University campus, the ANU Drill Hall Gallery is housed in an historic drill hall built in the 1940s for train soldiers in the Second World War. Today the Drill Hall Gallery is the venue of choice for many of Australia’s leading contemporary artists, curators and collectors, continuing a proud tradition of impeccably presented landmark exhibitions accompanied by scholarly publications.

The Drill Hall Gallery provides the Canberra community and ANU with a selective program of high quality exhibitions of Australian and international art. The gallery supports the arts in the Canberra region by presenting exhibitions developed in conjunction with the university’s wide-ranging academic interests and/or to coincide with major conferences and public events. National and international exhibitions – and works from the University’s own extensive collection – are features of the gallery’s program.

Drill Hall Gallery Friends are supportive, greatly valued members of the gallery’s community and anyone is welcome to join. Visit the website for details.


• Gallery shop
• Historic building
• Onsite parking
• Wheelchair access
• Workshops & classes


Group Exhibition: Pintupi Way

Drill Hall Gallery presents a group exhibition of works by Pintupi artists.

Ruth Waller and Toni Warburton: Jardinière

Drill Hall Gallery presents work by Ruth Waller and Toni Warburton.

Noŋgirrŋa Marawili and Leo Loomans: FLUENT

Drill Hall Gallery presents work by Noŋgirrŋa Marawili and Leo Loomans.