Tag: Art and Commerce

Lunchtime Talk | Marketing and Dürer connecting business and the arts – Louise Box | Ian Potter Museum of Art

Durer Woodcut

Marketing and Dürer connecting business and the arts Louise Box Louise will share some of her recent research on the Albrecht Dürer woodcuts held in the University of Melbourne’s print collection. Linking book and print history, she will also discuss how these sixteenth-century art objects can be compelling learning and teaching tools for business students. Louise Box has combined a corporate career with arts research and arts board roles and currently works in executive education at Melbourne Business School. Her research interests include prints, illustrated books, links between business and the arts, and collecting and display practices. Louis Box  is an alumna of the Attingham Trust Study Programme (historic houses and collections, UK) and the Bodleian Libraries Centre for the Study of the Book Summer School (Oxford), she has completed postgraduate studies in Arts Management (University of Auckland) and Art…

Mis-Design Artist’s Forum

Mis-Design Artist’s Forum Guest curator Dr Grace McQuilten will be joined by local artists Flatland OK, Pacific Women’s Weaving Circle and Slow Art Collective for a discussion about their projects, their collaborations and their ideas. These artists are interested in challenging the “design” of contemporary art and the possibility of critique in contemporary consumer culture. They all employ artistic strategies which maintain a tension between art and contemporary architecture, fashion and interior design, focusing their production on issues of sustainability, human agency and social impact. Date: Saturday, 24 September | 2.00pm Venue: Multifunction room, Level 1, The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Swanston Street, The University of Melbourne Register via this link before Thursday, 22September or contact Amanda Morris at the Potter at potter-events@unimelb.edu.au or 03 8344 0327. Mis-Design is currently showing at the Potter at The University of Melbourne, Parkville until 6th November 2011 http://www.art-museum.unimelb.edu.au/art_exhibitions_detail.aspx?view=179

FINAL PROGRAM – Australian Art Industry Networks: Artists, Agents, Markets and Museums

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 mewi@unimelb.edu.au 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…