Jude Walton, Eating earth from home, 1992. Courtesy ACCA Archive

LECTURE: Glen Baxter, British artist and author on his work. Baxter was in Australia as the guest of the Adelaide Festival.
DATE: 5 March 1992
Glen Baxter lecture invitation
ACCA Press Release
undated, The Age, A comedian – yes or no?

PERFORMANCE: Jill Orr: Love Songs
DATE: 11 and 12 March 1992    
Love Songs flyer
ACCA Press Release

LECTURE: ‘USA 1992: the State of the Arts’ given by guest speaker Thomas Sokolowski, Director of Grey Arty Gallery and Study Centre NYU.
DATE: 28 April 1992
June, Art Monthly, Thomas Sokolowski interview
Thomas Sokolowski lecture flyer
VCA Art Forum programme

LECTURE: ‘Television Set and Screen’ given by guest speaker Professor Sam Weber, Director for the Paris programme in Critical Theory, University of California, LA.
DATE 28 March 1992
Sam Weber lecture invitation

LECTURE: ‘Contemporary situations’ by guest speaker Paul Groot, art historian, curator and writer.
DATE: 3 June 1992
Lecture invitation

READING: Ania Walwicz reading from her new book, Red Roses.
DATE: 4 June 1992
Ania Walwicz invitation
Ania Walwicz flyer
ACCA Press Release

PERFORMANCE: Jude Walton: Eating earth from home.
Dance and performance artist Jude Walton presented the second part of her performance trilogy.
Performers: Margaret Cameron, Ian de Gruchy, Shona Innes, Felicity MacDonald, Adrian Sherriff
DATE: 13-19 July 1992
ACCA Press Release
Jude Walton invitation

TALK: An evening with David Marr, journalist.
DATE: 13 August 1992
12 August, The Age Tempo, David Marr lecture
David Marr flyer

PERFORMANCE: A performance of Elizabeth Drake: Actual and Imaginary Undergrounds
Performers: Margaret Cameron, Mark Minchington, Domenico De Clario
DATE: 25-30 August 1992
Actual and Imaginary Undergrounds flyer

LECTURE: Biennale Speak: Orshi Drozdik, Hungarian feminist artist.
DATE: 24 November 1992

LECTURE: ‘The basics of Video’ by Ingo Petzke, German academic, author and filmmaker. Presented in conjunction with Experimenta: Modern Image Makers Association.
DATE: 25 November 1992

LECTURE: Biennale Speak: Sara Diamond, founder of the Banff New Media Institute, and Dominique Blain, visiting Canadian artist.
DATE: 8 December 1992