Monthly Archives: December 2015

2015 President’s Report – Anthony White

President’s Report – Art Association of Australia New Zealand – 2015 This is my first report as President of the AAANZ and I would like to take this opportunity to thank the outgoing president Ann Stephen and her executive who left the Association in such robust health earlier this year. During her term, The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art came to be published in partnership with Taylor and Francis and the Power Institute, an arrangement which has been in place for almost 2 years. This has created a level of visibility for the Journal which is unprecedented and […]

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Report | AAANZ 2015 Conference ‘Image, Space, Body’ Brisbane

The AAANZ 2015 conference was recently held in Brisbane. The conference was a great success and from a participants point-of-view it all ran very smoothly, our thanks to the organisers for doing such a great job. Sessions ranged from Artist’s choreography of the Body en masse to Early Modern Art and Design to Revisionism in Australian art history. The range of topics and speakers (drawn from universities, museums and galleries as well as independent artists and researchers) was an indication of the diverse range of art history, theory and curatorial research being carried out across Australia and New Zealand. You […]

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Renew your AAANZ membership for 2016

Greetings, After a successful and rewarding conference at QAGOMA, we look forward to the annual AAANZ conference to be held next year in Canberra, hosted by the Centre for Art History and Art Theory, School of Art, Australian National University. Please note that from next year all AAANZ memberships will fall due in November. Join now to enjoy the full membership benefits for 2016, including access to 2 issues of the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art (ANZJA) as well as regular updates concerning events and news relating to art and art history in the region. Wishing you all […]

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