On ACCA’s 30th Anniversary: ACCA’s third director with an experimental vision

In late 1989 Grazia Gunn, former curator of International Art at the National Gallery of Australia, returned to Melbourne to take up the position of Director at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. Gunn’s vision was to develop ACCA into a multidisciplinary centre for young artists, photographers, designers and architects to exhibit, and for a space in which mid-career artists could experiment and develop new ideas.