The Art Association of Australia and New Zealand is the national professional body for Australian and New Zealand art historians. Its membership is comprised principally of academics in art and design, postgraduate students, artists and designers, and gallery and museum curators.

BrisbaneĀ | November 2015

The AAANZ annual conference for 2015 willĀ take place in Brisbane at QAGOMA, 24th-25th November 2015. The conference will run in conjunction with the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art. The Call for Panels is now open and the deadline for panel proposals in 8th May 2015. See the conference page for further information.Read more…

 

 

 

The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art is the principal refereed art-historical journal in Australasia. It is published twice a year and features research from art history, art theory, museum studies and art practice as well as a range of book and exhibition reviews. Read more…

 

 

 

Book and Journal Prizes are awarded at the conference and are keenly awaited by delegates and the publishing sector. We are the only body in Australasia to focus on art-historical studies, including museum catalogues and monographs. In this way, we provide a unique platform to promote and recognise art- historical research and publishing efforts in the broadest sense. Read more…