MADA’s Master of Fine Art Graduate exhibition includes both emerging and established contemporary artists who have completed their Master’s of Fine Art. This is an opportunity for industry professionals, future students, educators and the general public to see our graduating students’ work.
- – Belle Bassin
- – Sophia Dacy-Cole
- – Melissa Deerson
- – Marnie Edmiston
- – Christopher L G Hill
- – Kym Maxwell
- – Rosina Prestia
The Fine Art Postgraduate Symposium 2017 presents a day of papers by Monash graduate researchers working across art history and theory, curatorial and fine art practice. The papers span a broad spectrum of research and practice, but share an attention to some of the most vital and compelling aspects of contemporary life and culture.
Schedule: Thursday 16 February Fine Art Postgraduate Symposium 2017
9.00am Welcome 9.15–10.15am
Keynote: Agatha Gothe-Snape
Robert Vidas, An Examination of the Classical Influences upon Australian Visual Culture during the Interwar Period (1919-39)
Toby Miller, John Vickery and Australian Abstract Expressionism
Channon Goodwin, On Recession Art and Other Strategies
Marnie Edmiston, Your Feedback Matters!
David Wlazlo, The Afterlife of Conceptual Art in Joseph Kosuth’s One and Three Chairs (1965)
Julia Lomas, A Throw of the Dice: Décor A Conquest by Marcel Broodthaers at the ICA, London, 1975
Tim Alves, Placards
Kym Maxwell, Learning Labour
Jared Davis, Christopher L G Hill and the Role of the Internet in Contemporary DIY Experimental Music
Joel Stern, Hidden Speaker, Hidden Listener
Andrew Atchison, Baffled Befuddled Bewildered: How Might Moments of Disorientation be Proposed as Form?
Closing Drinks: MFA Exhibition, Building B, Level
Keynote: Raimundas Malašauskas, What Spills Building S Link Theatre, S2.30
Date: Thursday 16 February 9.00am to 5.30pm
Venue: Building S Link Theatre, S2.30
More information and full program: http://artdes.monash.edu/mfa2017/