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CFP: The Transnational in Asian Art, Graduate Workshop, September 28 2017, ANU

Call for Papers: Intensive Graduate PhD students Workshop The Transnational in Asian Art: Historical and Contemporary Contexts around Migration, Diaspora, Mobility and Cultural Flows Date: 28 September 2017 Location: Centre for European Studies, Australian National University and National Portrait Gallery, Canberra Conveners: Caroline Turner, Jacqueline Lo, Elly Kent, Alex Burchmore (ANU) Lead speaker: Emeritus Professor Margo Machida (University of Connecticut) The Humanities Research Centre at the Australian National University Canberra is issuing a call to PhD scholars who would like to participate and present short papers on their thesis research, in an intensive one day Workshop on 28 September 2017 […]

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Residency for NZ artist to work in Rome for 3 months

The BSR Wallace New Zealand Residence Award will be made as part of the 26th Annual Wallace Art Awards 2017 and be granted to an outstanding New Zealand visual artist to undertake a three month residency at The British School at Rome [BSR]. Deadline: 25th July 2017 This Award is valued at 26,000 Euro and includes: 1. Three Months Residency at The British School at Rome – January 2018 – March 2018 The residency includes accommodation in a residential studio, board (except dinner on Saturday and lunch on Sunday), group exhibition, inclusion in the annual Fine Arts catalogue, staff support […]

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Academia and Bohemia: New Perspectives on the National Gallery School – Wednesday June 21 – VCA

*updated The full program for the free one-day symposium Academia and Bohemia: new perspectives on the National Gallery School, including abstracts and biographies, is now available on the VCA events website:  http://vca-mcm.unimelb.edu.au/events?id=1486 Date: Wednesday 21 June 2017 Venue: Federation Hall, Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne, Grant Street, Southbank. Registration: http://arts.unimelb.edu.au/news/details?event=8791 Enquiries: Alison Inglis: asi@unimelb.edu.au Summary of Symposium Program 10.15 am Registration   10.30 am-12.15 pm Session One Professor Su Baker (Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne) Introduction Assoc. Professor Alison Inglis (University of Melbourne) and Fiona Moore (University of Melbourne) The National Gallery School from 1867 to World War One – collection, creativity […]

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The Art of Attribution: The Catalogue Raisonne in the 21st Century

Date: Saturday, 15th July 2017 Venue: National Gallery of Australia FREE | Registration essential: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-art-of-attribution-the-catalogue-raisonne-in-the-21st-century-tickets-34786859433 The NGA and the Australian Institute of Art History at the University of Melbourne are co-hosting a one-day symposium on the significance and challenges of compiling a catalogue raisonné. The catalogue raisonné is a comprehensive listing of the known works by an artist or group, and may be limited in its scope to a particular medium or date range. In Australia, a number of key catalogues raisonnés have been published on artists such as Tom Roberts, George Lambert, Margaret Preston, Bea Maddock, John Brack, and […]

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A Letter from the Sydney College of the Arts

An update on the Sydney College of the Arts situation from Professor Stephen Garton, Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney. Dear Art Association of Australia and New Zealand, Thank you for your previous interest in SCA. As a representative of the Visual Arts community who provided feedback on the developments at SCA, we wanted to share key details of the final change plan with you. Today we released the Final Change Plan (FCP) to staff. In this document we outline the following changes: The high-level plan for relocation in 2019 to the Camperdown/Darlington Campus (the Old Teachers […]

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4A EMERGING WRITER’S PROGRAM

4A EMERGING WRITER’S PROGRAM CALLOUT Applications are open now for the 4A Emerging Writer’s Program. DEADLINE: Friday 30 June 2017 TRAVEL DATES: September 2017 Following the inaugural offering in 2016, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art is pleased to announce the 4A Emerging Writer’s Program that will support an emerging Australian writer to travel to the Pacific in September 2017 to realise two publication outcomes. The 4A Emerging Writer’s Program is open to Australian students currently undertaking a degree at honours or postgraduate level in art, history or related fields of study at an Australian tertiary institution. This program will […]

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CFP | Natures and Spaces of Enlightenment (David Nichol Smith Seminar), Griffith University and the University of Queensland, December 13-15, 2017

Brisbane, Griffith University and the University of Queensland, December 13 – 15, 2017 Deadline: Aug 1, 2017 The Australian and New Zealand Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies is pleased to announce that the sixteenth David Nichol Smith Seminar, Natures and Spaces of Enlightenment, will be held in Brisbane, Australia, at Griffith University and the University of Queensland on the 13th to 15th December 2017. We welcome proposals for papers or panels on the theme ‘Natures and Spaces of Enlightenment’, broadly conceived as referring to the plurality of Enlightenments as well as the ideas and uses of nature which they endorsed, and the spaces in […]

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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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Booklaunch: Barbara Creed – Stray

The Power Institute and the Ian Potter Museum of Art are pleased to invite you to a talk by Barbara Creed, followed by a book launch celebrating Stray: Human-Animal Ethics in the Anthropocene. Barbara Creed’s timely polemic explores the relationship between human and animal in the context of the stray. To celebrate the launch of this new publication, Creed, with respondent Dr lynn mowson, Vice Chair of the Australasian Animal Studies Association, will discuss the concept of the stray through the visual arts, film and literature, introducing the concept of the anthropogenic stray and exploring the contradictions it embodies. Following […]

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Australian National University – Head, Sculpture Discipline

Head, Sculpture Discipline Job no: 516230 Work type: Continuing Location: Canberra / ACT Categories: Academic Classification: Academic Level B or C Salary package: $94,287 to $127,025 per annum plus 17% superannuation Terms: Full Time, Continuing Position overview The position will lead/coordinate the Sculpture Workshop at the ANU School of Art and Design and contribute to teaching and research supervision within this dynamic and esteemed institution. The programs taught at the ANU School of Art & Design are a combination of engaged hands on making and leading-edge digital practice, unique in the Australian tertiary sector. The ANU School of Art & […]

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