Exhibition: Carl Pao as the inaugural ANU Pacific Studies Artist in Residence

The inaugural ANU Pacific Studies Artist in Residence, Carl Pao, has had a wonderful impact on the Pasifika Australia outreach program, Pacific Studies staff and students, and our broader university community. Carl also gave a talk at the National Gallery and a workshop at the National Portrait Gallery.

Please see a television news story on the Australia Network "Pacific students explore art and identity" at: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-08-01/pacific-students-explore-art-and-identity/4170230?section=australianetworknews

And on Radio Australia: "A Pacific Mural at the Australian National University" at:
http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/international/radio/program/pacific-beat/a-pacific-mural-at-the-australian-national-university/991184

Many thanks to all who have worked so hard on this program: the PSAIR committee, Nicholas Mortimer, Josi Baba, Cathleen Nansen, George Carter, and Pasifika students. We're especially grateful to the ANU Public Artworks Committee for its support, and to Margaret Jolly's ARC Laureate Project and the ANU's Student Equity Office for funding.