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Upcoming Events at the Art Gallery of NSW

Philosophy and Art Symposium: Where is the Artwork? Register for a one-day event at the AGNSW taking place this Saturday, July 15 from 9.30-4.30. Five philosophers will each give a short floor talk on a particular artwork in the AGNSW collection. It is then opened up for discussion. There will be some commentators on hand to prompt the discussion. Registration and more details are here: http://artgalleryofnsw.createsend1.com/t/ViewEmail/r/103346D45AF673302540EF23F30FEDED Cynthia Freeland is giving a talk: “Do Portraits require posing?” Wednesday July 12th at 6.00pm at the AGNSW. In the lead up to this year’s Archibald Prize, Cynthia Freeland, professor of philosophy at the […]

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Thomas Crow talks in Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland | Launch of Power Polemics ‘ No Idols: The Missing Theology of Art’

Thomas Crow will be giving a series of talks in Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland to mark the launch of his contribution to the Power Polemics series. In this new series, arguments cut against the grain, sides are taken. Thomas Crow challenges us to acknowledge the theology of abstract art. This flagship series puts art hard up against political and personal viewpoints from the field’s leading writers. See more about the book here. Melbourne Book launch and discussion Friday 10 March | 6-8pm The Ian Potter Museum of Art Thomas Crow in conversation with Anne Dunlop and Charles Green:Theological Originality in […]

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