Category Archives: AAANZ Conference

Conference 2017: Art and Its Directions – Keynote Speakers

The conference committee is pleased to announce the keynote speakers for this years conference: Professor Anne Dunlop holds the Herald Chair in Fine Arts at the University of Melbourne. She has also taught at Yale University and at Tulane University. She works on Italian and European art in the later Middle Ages and early modern period, and for several years now has been researching and writing on the links between Italy and Eurasia in the Mongol period. She has been a Visiting Professor at Zhejiang University, at Peking University, and at Harvard’s Villa I Tatti Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, […]

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ART AND ITS DIRECTIONS | Keynote Speakers

GENERAL INFORMATION | KEYNOTE SPEAKERS | CALL FOR SESSIONS | CALL FOR PAPERS | POSTGRADUATE DAY| REGISTRATION | SPECIAL EVENT Professor Anne Dunlop holds the Herald Chair in Fine Arts at the University of Melbourne. She has also taught at Yale University and at Tulane University. She works on Italian and European art in the later Middle Ages […]

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Call for Papers for AAANZ 2017 ‘Art and its Directions’ now open

The Conference Committee would like to invite proposals for papers for the AAANZ 2017 Conference to be held at the University of Western Australia, Perth, from 6 to 8 December 2017.  The deadline for proposals is Monday 14 August 2017 Please see the submission instructions below and follow the links for the Call for Papers – Abstracts and Guidelines and the Participation Proposal Form Session Format Conference sessions are each timetabled for 90 minutes; consisting of three 20 minute papers plus 10 minutes of questions, discussion, and commentary per paper (except where noted otherwise in the session abstract) Session Convenors manage […]

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2017 Conference Call for Sessions – DEADLINE EXTENDED

This year’s AAANZ Conference, ‘Art and its Directions’, is to be held at the University of Western Australia from the 6-8th of December.   The conference organisers wish to announce an extension of the deadline for the Call for Sessions.   The new deadline is the C.O.B. May 29, ie. next Monday.   Please visit the conference website for all the relevant details.   http://aaanz.info/aaanz-home/conferences/2017-conference/art-and-its-directions-call-for-sessions/

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2004 Conference Auckland

AAANZ 2004 Conference Present Pasts – Present Futures The University of Auckland 1st – 4th December 2004 This conference explored the following themes: Art and history in terms of notions about, and relationships between, memory and history Cross-cultural interactions and representations in the visual arts, as well as indigenous arts in the South Pacific, Australia […]

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2002 Conference

AAANZ 2002 Conference Art Gallery of New South Wales 6th-7th December 2002 Keynotes Jean-Claude Lebensztejn, Professor of Art History at the University of Paris | Balzac’s ‘Unknown Masterpiece’: Romanticism and Abstraction Balzac’s tale, The Unknown Masterpiece (1831/1847), tells the story of Frenhofer, a painter of genius who is searching the perfection of painting. He has […]

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Conference Ethics and Aesthetics 2003

Ethics and Aesthetics Art Gallery of New South Wales 19-20 September 2003 View the program here. Keynote Okwui Enwezor, Artistic Director of Documenta 11 Documentary/verite: photography, film, video, documentation or the figure of truth in contemporary art The theme of my talk is wide ranging and draws mostly on the tension between objectivity and truth, ethics […]

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Conference 2001 Conducting Bodies

AAANZ 2001 Conference Conducting Bodies: Affect, sensation and memory Art Gallery of NSW 20-22 July 2001 Keynote Speakers Leo Bersani, ‘Forming Couples: Godard’s Contempt’, Emeritus Professor, University of California, Berkeley Ernst Van Alphen, ‘Playing the Holocaust’, Professor, University of Leiden, Netherlands Geoffrey Batchen, ‘CARNAL KNOWLEDGE: Photography, Memory and Touch’, Associate Professor, University of New Mexico, Albequerque Dorothy Cross, ‘MEDUSAE’, Artist, Dublin, […]

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