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Australian Design Centre

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Object: Australian Design Centre is a leading non-profit organisation for the promotion of contemporary design. It plays a critical role in building and supporting design culture in Australia. The organisation occupies office and gallery space on the redeveloped St. Margaret's Hospital site at Surry Hills, Sydney. It is a member of the peak organisation, Australian Craft and Design Centres (ACDC), which represents the professional design and craft sector in all states and territories in Australia.

Established in 1964 as Australia's first Craft Association it took on the name Crafts Council of NSW soon afterwards. From 1995 to 2000 the organisation was known as the Centre for Contemporary Craft. The name ‘Object’ was introduced in 1998 and in 2000 it was officially renamed Object: Australian Centre for Craft and Design. The current trading name of the organisation is the Object: Australian Design Centre.

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