Australian Art Industry Networks: Artists, Agents, Markets and Museums
Thursday 15th – Friday 16th July 2010, The University of Melbourne
See below for sessions or download the entire timetable with all speakers, abstracts and bios as a pdf AIAH final program
Please direct any enquiries to Dr Meaghan Wilson-Anastasios firstname.lastname@example.org
Day 1: Thursday 15 July
Venue: Elisabeth Murdoch Lecture Theatre
Session One (9.15 am-12.30 pm) The Aboriginal Art Industry: Challenges and Opportunities Now and Into the Future
Keynote Address (10.00-11.00 am): Peter Garrett, AM, MP, (Labor Member for Kingsford Smith, Minister for Environment Protection, Heritage and the Arts ): The Aboriginal Visual Arts Industry and the Implementation of the Resale Royalty Legislation
Session One (cont) (11.30-11.50 am): The Aboriginal Art Industry: Challenges and Opportunities Now and Into the Future
Session Two (1.30-3.30 pm): Selling and Reselling Art: Auction Houses, Dealers and Other Art Industry Agents
Session Three (4.00-5.15 pm): What Does Provenance Mean in the Australian Art Market?
6.00-7.30 pm – Melbourne Conversations Australia’s Art Market Growth: Has It Been Good for Contemporary Australian Art?
Venue: BMW Edge Theatre, Federation Square, Melbourne.
Day 2: Friday 16 July
Keynote Address (9.00-10.00 am) (Venue: Elisabeth Murdoch Theatre): Sam Leach, Artist, Winner of the 2010 Archibald and Wynne Prizes.
Session Four (10.30 am-12.00 pm) (Venue: Elisabeth Murdoch Theatre): Recognition: Grants, Prizes and the Global Exhibition Circuit
Session Five (1.00-3.00 pm) (Venue: Elisabeth Murdoch Theatre): New Partnerships in Collecting, Galleries and Museums
Session Six (3.30-5.30 pm) (Venue: Hercus Theatre, University of Melbourne): Artists’ Rights and Responsibilities Session
6.00-8.00 pm Reception: Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of Melbourne
Places at the reception are limited. Please RSVP if you would like to attend: Dr Meaghan Wilson-Anastasios: email@example.com