Category Archives: Conference

ART AND ITS DIRECTIONS: SPECIAL EVENT

GENERAL INFORMATION | KEYNOTE SPEAKERS | SPECIAL EVENT | CALL FOR SESSIONS CALL FOR PAPERS | REGISTRATION & ACCOMODATION | POSTGRADUATE DAY | POSTGRADUATE BURSARIES SPECIAL VIEWING OF THE KERRY STOKES COLLECTION Thursday 7 December 5.30 – 7.30pm Guests arrive 5.30pm Welcome drinks followed by collection viewing from 6.00pm The Kerry Stokes Collection is one of Australia’s largest, […]

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AAANZ Conference 2017 ‘Art and Its Directions’ – Special Event

SPECIAL VIEWING OF THE KERRY STOKES COLLECTION Thursday 7 December 5.30 – 7.30pm Guests arrive 5.30pm Welcome drinks followed by collection viewing from 6.00pm The Kerry Stokes Collection is one of Australia’s largest, most diverse and prestigious private collections. It comprises Australian paintings from the colonial period through to contemporary Australian and Indigenous works. The collection also includes works by major international artists such as Jean Dubuffet, Henry Matisse, Claude Monet and René Magritte. Its diversity is reflected in a lively and eclectic mix of acquisitions comprising of maps, rare books, manuscripts, documents, illuminated manuscripts including incunabula and early printed books, […]

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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 | Registration

GENERAL INFORMATION | KEYNOTE SPEAKERS | SPECIAL EVENT | CALL FOR SESSIONS CALL FOR PAPERS | REGISTRATION & ACCOMODATION | POSTGRADUATE DAY | POSTGRADUATE BURSARIES Conference Dates: 6 – 8 December 2017 Venue: The University of Western Australia, Perth Contact: Conference Administrator – conf@aaanz.info REGISTRATION WILL OPEN ON 9 AUGUST EARLY BIRD  9 Aug to 22 Oct LATE […]

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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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Art and Revolution: A Symposium – Dunedin School of Art, October 13-14 2017

ART AND REVOLUTION A SYMPOSIUM DUNEDIN SCHOOL OF ART 13-14 October 2017 Following eight successful symposia held at the Dunedin School of Art, from ‘Illustrating the Unseeable: Reconnecting Art and Science’ (2009) to ‘Art and Future: Energy, Climate, Cultures’ (2016), the Dunedin School of Art, together with the scholars at the University of Otago, is organising an ninth symposium entitled ‘Art and Revolution.’ 2017 is a significant centenary year. One hundred years ago the Russian Empire was brought to an end by two events, the February and October Revolutions of 1917 that heralded the formation of the Bolshevik-led Soviet Union. […]

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Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools Conference, ANU, September 2017

ACUADS Conference Australian National University School of Art & Design 28 & 29 September 2017 Conference theme: Value Australian university art and design schools are facing increasing economic and political challenges. The visible impact of these pressures on the sector is already evident and has been widely discussed. Inevitably, the careers of younger and emerging academics will unfold in a very different environment to their older and more established colleagues. Against the backdrop of this profound change it is important to establish and declare the continuing value to Australia of art and design, and therefore the continuing value of university […]

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Registrations now open | Enchanted isles, fatal shores: Living Versailles (NGA, Canberra, March 2017)

Conference: 17–18 March 2017 Enchanted isles, fatal shores: Living Versailles National Gallery of Australia, Canberra Registrations now open Registrations are now open for the Enchanted isles, fatal shores: Living Versailles conference, to coincide with the major NGA summer exhibition Versailles: Treasures from the Palace. For more information and program updates, visit the Conference website

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