Damien Freeman - a writer, lawyer and philosopher, and is a fellow of the PM Glynn Institute, ACU's public policy think-tank
Last year, the National Gallery in London mounted an exhibition of works by Michelangelo (1475 – 1564) and Sebastiano del Piombo (1485 – 1547). The exhibition explored the artistic and personal relationship between these two great Renaissance masters.
When I first came to ACU, we had a sprawling, largely unaccounted for collection of artworks. As the inaugural art curator, my major task has been to assess and catalogue identified artworks across our seven campuses nationwide. The collection today reflects what I saw on my curator’s journey and my evaluation and assessment of each work of art.
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