The following positions may be of interest to subscribers. Please follow the links for the position descriptions. 1. Manager, Warmun Art Centre, East Kimberley, Western Australia – deadline 16 January 2017 2. Gallery Coordinator, Warmun Art Centre, East Kimberley, Western Australia – deadline 16 January 2017 3. Art Centre Manager, Tjala Arts, Amata, APY lands, Central Australia – deadline 1 February 2017
Monthly Archives: December 2016
A library without librarians is just a shed full of books – Joanna Mendelssohn, Catherine De Lorenzo, and Catherine Speck
A library without librarians is a just a shed full of books Joanna Mendelssohn, UNSW Australia; Catherine De Lorenzo, UNSW Australia, and Catherine Speck, University of Adelaide For some years we have been researching the how, why and wherefore of exhibitions of Australian art. We have tracked down retired curators and art museum directors, recording their memories before they fade. We have crossed the country to see exhibitions. But most of the time we have been buried in archives and libraries. While large public libraries are excellent for general research, those small specialist libraries attached to state and national art […]
Congratulations to the following winners of the AAANZ Book Prizes and the PhD Prize for 2016, as announced at the AAANZ conference in Canberra. The full citations for the prize winners will be published on the prizes page soon. Best Book | Mary Roberts, Istanbul Exchanges: Ottomans, Orientalists, and Nineteenth-Century Visual Culture (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2015) Best Anthology | Not Awarded in 2016 Best Large Exhibition Catalogue | Treasure Ships: Art in the Age of Spices, eds. James Bennett and Russell Kelty (Adelaide: AGSA and Perth: AGWA, 2015) Best Small Exhibition Catalogue | Derek Kreckler: Accidents and Process, ed. Hannah Matthews (Melbourne: Perimeter […]
Lecturer (Art History and Curating) The Faculty of Art Design and Architecture is seeking a Lecturer with a distinguished scholarly record, for our Art History program. Our faculty prides itself on achieving high standards of education delivery, fostering the University’s world-renowned research culture and cultivating excellence through the successful mentoring of students. As the Lecturer (Art History and Curating), you will teach a number of existing undergraduate courses both to students undertaking visual art practice and to art history and curating students. You will have the opportunity to undertake the supervision of Honours students and the co-supervision of post-graduate students. […]
The AAANZ Annual Conference held in Canberra last week was a great success, with many delegates coming to the capital and a particularly large student attendance. The Conference Committee would like to thank all those who participated in making this year’s conference such a terrific occasion. A special thanks to all of our presenters, our keynote speakers Melissa Chiu and Anthea Callen, and artist Peter Tyndall whose artwork was a signature of the conference. We look forward to seeing everyone next year in Perth.