Monthly Archives: February 2018

VCA: Women* and Feminism in Australia since 1970

Women* Art and Feminism in Australia since 1970 A Doing Feminism / Sharing the World Symposium   Doing Feminism / Sharing the World explores participatory art practice and collective collaborations in a three-month program of artist residencies, artists’ talks and a symposium. Its focus is on collaboration and participatory and public projects informed by a feminist ethics that addresses ‘sharing the world’.  Towards the end of the residency program, we will convene for a Symposium at the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) with participating artists, writers, critics and historians exploring issues associated with feminist participatory art and women art and feminism more broadly. Women*, Art and Feminism in […]

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Australian National University: Lecturer in Art History and Curatorship

Lecturer Art History and Curatorship at ANU Classification: Academic Level B Salary package: $96,087 to $109,181 plus 17% Superannuation Terms: Full time, Continuing Position overview The position will contribute to the research activity of the School of Art & Design in art and/or design history and provide high quality and innovative teaching, particularly at the undergraduate level. The Centre fosters interdisciplinary, cross cultural and object-based research and works closely with cultural institutions. Its programs incorporate art history, design history, art theory and curatorship courses which are delivered to a diverse student body including visual arts, design, art and design history, […]

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University of Sydney – Lecturer in Islamic Art

Lecturer in Islamic Art at the University of Sydney Deadline 7th March 2018 Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, School of Literature, Art & Media, Department of Art History Contribute to the well-respected teaching programs in Art History Benefit from working in a collegial team environment in a major growth area for the Department and Faculty Continuing, full-time position; remuneration package: $120K to $143K which includes salary, leaving loading and up to 17% super About the opportunity The Department of Art History at the University of Sydney invites applications for a full-time, continuing position in the arts, architecture and/or material […]

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University of Queensland: Postdoctoral Research Fellow

School of Architecture As a national leader in architectural education and research we are always seeking an engaged and innovative person to join our team. As a progressive school of architecture we aim to prepare graduates for a dynamic professional environment where continual learning and innovative practice is essential. The School actively engages with a cross-section of industry partners, diverse communities and a range of professions so that our teaching and research is rich with impact beyond the University. We work to enrich the local architecture profession and advance the discipline of architecture internationally. With strong student enrolments in professionally […]

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Keir Lectures on Art: Professor Ewa Lajer-Burcharth – Chardin’s Girls, University of Melbourne, March 8 2018

Free Public Lecture   Keir Lectures on Art:   Chardin’s Girls: The Ethics of Painting will be held Thursday, 8 March 2018.   Lecture: Professor Ewa Lajer-Burcharth, William Dorr Boardman Professor of Fine Arts in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University.   What did it mean to be a girl in the 18th century? Professor Ewa Lajer-Burcharth examines 18th-century French painter Jean- Baptiste-Siméon Chardin’s intriguing depictions of young adults as images of emergent subjectivity. Lajer-Burcharth’s lecture considers the complex ethics of these representations of a nascent gendered self.   Ewa Lajer-Burcharth is William Dorr Boardman Professor of Fine Arts in the […]

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A Baroque Bishop in Colonial Australia: The cultural patronage of Bishop James Goold (1812-1886) – University of Melbourne

Free Public Symposium A Baroque Bishop in Colonial Australia: The cultural patronage of Bishop James Goold (1812-1886). This international symposium (15 to 16 February 2018, with keynote opening evening on 14 February) examines the patronage of Melbourne’s first Catholic Bishop, James Goold and his contribution to the cultural life of colonial Melbourne, especially through his art collection, library and patronage of architecture.   To be held at The University of Melbourne and the University of Divinity (East Melbourne), this international conference is part of an Australian Research Council Discovery Project examining the patronage of Melbourne’s first Catholic Archbishop James Goold. Investigating […]

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