Lecturer in Art (University of Tasmania, Launceston) Lecturer (Level B) full time, ongoing This is an opportunity for an ongoing lecturer role in a friendly department, in a regional city with a strong local arts scene plus fabulous natural environment and wineries very close by. The position is open to applicants with a specialisation is any discipline of arts practice. The ability to work collegially in a team-teaching environment and to supervise postgraduate research is crucial, as is interest in interdisciplinary research. For more details, go to: https://jobs.utas.edu.au/psp/ps/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1 See ‘Lecturer in Art – 1519’ Applications close Friday, 12 January […]
Monthly Archives: December 2017
The AAANZ would like to congratulate the following award winners: 2017 AAANZ Best Book Prize Joint winners Susan Best, Reparative Aesthetics: Witnessing in Contemporary Art Photography, Bloomsbury Academic, London, 2016. Ian McLean, Rattling Spears. A History of Indigenous Australian Art, Reaktion Books, London, 2016. 2017 AAANZ Best Anthology Prize The Legacies of Bernard Smith: Essays on Australian Art, History and Cultural Politics, edited by Jaynie Anderson, Christopher Marshall and Andrew Yip, Power Publications, Sydney, 2016. 2017 AAANZ Best Small Exhibition Catalogue Prize Black White & Restive: Cross-Cultural Initiatives in Australian Contemporary Art, Newcastle Art […]
University of Melbourne Seminar: Anthony Gardner – The Artist as Unsettler: Tom Nicholson and the Art of Historiography.
Seminar: Anthony Gardner, The Artist as Unsettler: Tom Nicholson and the Art of Historiography. You are invited to a research seminar delivered by MacGeorge Visiting Speaker, Associate Professor Anthony Gardner, “The Artist as Unsettler: Tom Nicholson and the Art of Historiography.” Wednesday 13 December 2017 6pm. Anthony Gardner is Associate Professor in Contemporary Art History and Theory and Head of the Ruskin School of Art at the University of Oxford. He writes extensively on postcolonialism, postsocialism, and exhibition and curatorial histories, and he is one of the editors of the MIT Press journal ARTMargins. Among his books are Mapping South: Journeys […]
University of Melbourne Ursula Hoff Lecture 2017 – Joan Kerr: the making of a feminist art historian
Ursula Hoff Lecture 2017: Joan Kerr: the making of a feminist art historian will be held Monday, 11 December 2017. Keynote: Associate Professor Joanna Mendelssohn, art historian, University of New South Wales. When Professor Joan Kerr was diagnosed with terminal cancer in the year before her death in 2004, her friends were determined that her intellectual legacy should continue. The reason for this was not just friendship, nor a determination that a great feminist scholar should survive the strange machismo of Australian art historiography. Rather it was a recognition that Kerr’s inclusive approach was especially rewarding as a way of mapping […]