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Launch | emaj 10 | Buxton Contemporary

Help us launch the tenth edition of emaj! Please join the editors for a drink in the Buxton Contemporary foyer to celebrate the tenth edition of the electronic Melbourne art journal. emaj was co-founded by our director, Ryan Johnston in 2005, who will launch the edition along with current editors, Giles Fielke, Dr Helen Hughes and Paris Lettau. emaj (electronic Melbourne art journal) is an online, refereed art history journal published in Australia. emaj aims to provide an international forum for the publication of original academic research in all areas and periods of art history. Topics covered include fine arts, architecture, curatorship, politics and aesthetics, visual culture, philosophy, historiography and museum studies. emaj welcomes monographic articles about specific artists or art collectives as well as thematic or theoretical analyses on aspects of art history. All articles are blind-refereed by academics working within the relevant field.

Launch | EMAJ 9 | Lincoln Hotel

  The editors of EMAJ invite you to join us for a drink this Friday, to celebrate the launch of the 2015/16 edition of emaj. Rex Butler, Professor (Art History & Theory) Monash University, will officially launch this edition. The 2015/2016 edition includes articles by Lauren Bliss, Veronica Bremer and Anne-Marie Van de Ven, Jason Gibson and John Keane, Wes Hill, as well as a reviews and interviews by Giles Fielke and Darren Jorgensen. See the full issue here: https://emajartjournal.com/current-issue/ Date: Friday 8th July, 6pm. Venue: The Lincoln Hotel, Cnr Cardigan Street & Queensberry Street, Carlton. www.emajartjournal.com

Publication of EMAJ Issue 8

The editors of EMAJ (electronic Melbourne art journal) are pleased to announce the publication of issue 8. 2015 marks ten years of online, open-access art history publishing in Melbourne. EMAJ remains dedicated to publishing peer-reviewed scholarly articles on a broad range of art historical topics and is edited by a group of volunteer art history graduates and early career researchers based in Melbourne. Table of contents below – to download the full articles please visit http://emajartjournal.com/current-issue/ The call for papers for EMAJ 9 closes on April 30th 2015 – http://emajartjournal.com/call-for-papers-emaj-9/   emaj issue 8, 2014-2015 EDITORS Nicholas Croggon, Giles Fielke, Katrina Grant, Helen Hughes, Tim Ould, Amelia Sully, Christopher Williams Wynn ARTICLES War and Peace: 200 Years of Australian-German Artistic Relations | REX BUTLER & A.D.S. DONALDSON An overview of Australian-German Artistic Relations over the past two hundred years. The guns…

Launch | EMAJ 8 | Gertrude Contemporary

The editors are pleased to announce the launch of EMAJ (e-Melbourne art journal) vol. 8. The 2015 volume marks ten years since EMAJ was founded. Date: 6-8pm, Tuesday 14th April 2015 Venue: Gertrude Contemporary, 200 Gertrude St, Fitzroy, www.gertrude.org.au There will be a pay bar operating to purchase drinks on the night. Enquiries: emaj.editors@gmail.com EMAJ 8 will be launched by Dr Anthony White, Senior Lecturer in the School of Culture and Communication at The University of Melbourne and president of the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand. Please come along and celebrate ten years of online, open-access art history publishing in Melbourne! Contents Rex Butler and ADS Donaldson, War and Peace: 200 Years of Australian-German Artistic Relations Toby Juliff and Travis Cox, The Post-display condition of contemporary computer art Emma Kindred, Souvenir and Source: Arthur Streeton’s Cairo through the Lens…

Call for Papers | EMAJ 8

The editors of EMAJ (e-melbourne art journal) are now calling for articles to be submitted for EMAJ 8 to be published in November 2014. EMAJ welcomes monographic articles about specific artists or art collectives as well as thematic or theoretical analyses of art history from any historical period. Established and emerging researchers working within the fields of art history, architectural history, curatorship, politics and aesthetics, visual culture, philosophy, historiography and museum studies are encouraged to submit. See previous editions here. Manuscripts must be submitted by email to emaj.editors@gmail.com as word documents (.doc) only. Articles can be between 5000-10000 words in length (if shorter or longer please email the editors to discuss your article before submitting) and accompanied by: a 200 word abstract a brief biographical statement For more information and our style guide see http://emajartjournal.com/submission-guidelines/ Deadline 31st March 2014 CFP available online here.…

Call for Papers | EMAJ 7

Deadline 30th June 2013 The editors of EMAJ are now calling for articles to be submitted for EMAJ 7 to be published in November 2013. EMAJ welcomes monographic articles about specific artists or art collectives as well as thematic or theoretical analyses of art history from any historical period. Established and emerging researchers working within the fields of art history, architectural history, curatorship, politics and aesthetics, visual culture, philosophy, historiography and museum studies are encouraged to submit. Manuscripts must be submitted by email to emaj.editors@gmail.com, as word documents (.doc) only. Articles can be between 5000-10000 words in length (if shorter or longer please email the editors to discuss your article before submitting) and accompanied by: a 200 word abstract a brief biographical statement For more information see http://emajartjournal.com/submission-guidelines/ ABOUT EMAJ (e-Melbourne Art Journal) EMAJ is an independent art history journal published annually.…

EMAJ: online art history journal Issue 6

The editors are pleased to announce the publication of EMAJ: online journal of art Issue 6, 2011-2012. The journal also has a new website at http://emajartjournal.com EMAJ publishes emerging and established scholars from around Australian and internationally. The journal is fully refereed and open access. You can read the abstracts below and visit the website here to download the full article. emaj issue 6, 2011-2012 EDITORS Nicholas Croggon, Jane Eckett, Justine Grace, Katrina Grant, Helen Hughes, Tim Ould, Francis Plagne ARTICLES A tournament of shadows: Alighiero Boetti, the myth of influence, and a contemporary orientalism | NIGEL LENDON This paper examines the evolution of the historical and theoretical literature that has developed about the work of the avant-garde Italian artist Alighiero Boetti produced in Afghanistan from 1971 until 1994. Characterised by a set of interrelated cultural and historical fictions, I propose that this…

Journal Launch | EMAJ: online journal of art, Issue 6

Launch EMAJ: online journal of art EMAJ: online journal of art Issue 6 2011-2012 will be launched November 15th at the Ian Potter Museum of Art at the University of Melbourne. EMAJ is the only online, refereed art history journal published in Australia and provides an international forum for the publication of original academic research in all areas and periods of art history. The editors will also be launching their brand new website at http://emajartjournal.com (not live yet), the old website and past issues are still available here. All welcome! Date: Thursday November 15th, 6pm (launch at 6:30pm) Venue: The Ian Potter Museum of Art, Swanston St, University of Melbourne Table of Contents Chris Adams – ‘Futurismo in Guerra: The Aesthetics and Reception of 1940s “Aeropainting of War” Keith Broadfoot – ‘Seeing Scale: Richard Dunn’s Structuralism’ Roberta Crisci-Richardson – ‘The Unmarriageable Artist:…

Art History Call for Papers EMAJ Issue 6 2011

Art History Call for Papers: EMAJ Issue 6 2011 Submission Deadline: 31 March 2011 http://www.melbourneartjournal.unimelb.edu.au/E-MAJ/papers.htm emaj (electronic Melbourne art journal) is the only online, refereed art history journal to be published in Australia. Published annually in association with the University of Melbourne School of Culture and Communication, emaj aims to provide an international forum for the publication of original academic research in all areas and periods of art history. For the 2011 edition of emaj the editors are now accepting submissions from researchers investigating the history of art. emaj welcomes monographic articles about specific artists or art collectives as well as thematic or theoretical analyses of art history from any historical period. Established and emerging researchers working within the fields of art history, architectural history, curatorship, politics and aesthetics, visual culture, philosophy, historiography and museum studies are encouraged to submit. Manuscripts must be…

News: emaj (electronic Melbourne art journal) issue 5 is now available

emaj (electronic Melbourne art journal) issue 5 is now available The editors are pleased to present the 2010 issue of emaj. This is the fifth issue of the journal, which was founded in 2005 as a research platform for postgraduate art historians. Over the past five years the journal has broadened its focus and publishes the work of  emerging scholars and established scholars. The table of contents for the latest issue can be found below – follow the link for full abstracts and articles. emaj is an open source journal and all articles are freely available to be downloaded without a subscription. http://www.melbourneartjournal.unimelb.edu.au/E-MAJ/currentissue.htm emaj is published annually in association with the University of Melbourne School of Culture and Communication. A call for papers for the 2011 issue will be available soon – see the website for further information. French, Floral and Female:…

EMAJ deadline EXTENDED – 15th April 2010

ART HISTORY CALL FOR PAPERS: EMAJ ISSUE 5 2010 www.melbournartjournal.unimelb.edu.au/E-MAJ SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE EXTENDED – NOW 15th April 2010 emaj (electronic Melbourne art journal) is one of the only online, refereed art history journals in Australia. Published annually in association with the University of Melbourne, emaj aims to provide an international forum for the publication of original academic research in all areas and periods of art history. For the 2010 edition of emaj, the editors now seek submissions from researchers investigating the history of art. emaj welcomes monographic articles about specific artists or art collectives as thematic or theoretical analyses of art history from any historical period. Established and emerging researchers working within the fields of art history, architectural history, curatorship, politics and aesthetics, visual culture, philosophy, historiography and museum studies are encouraged to submit. Manuscripts must be submitted by email to…

Expressions of interest for opportunity as emaj Sub-Editor issue 5, 2010

Applications now open www.melbourneartjournal.unimelb.edu.au/E-MAJ Masters and Art History PhD candidates are encouraged to apply Deadline: 15 April 2010 emaj (electronic Melbourne art journal) is the only online, refereed art history journal published in Australia. emaj aims to provide an international forum for the publication of original academic research in all areas and periods of art history. emaj welcomes monographic articles about specific artists or art collectives as well as thematic or theoretical analyses on aspects of art history. emaj is published annually by the Fine Arts Network and is edited by art history graduates and post-graduates from the University of Melbourne. Our aim for the position of Sub-Editor is to provide an emerging editor / art historian with the opportunity to expand their editorial skills and professional development in the production of a high quality, online, academic publication. The Sub-Editor…

emaj (electronic melbourne art journal) Call for Papers 2010

ART HISTORY CALL FOR PAPERS: EMAJ ISSUE 5 2010 www.melbournartjournal.unimelb.edu.au/E-MAJ SUBMISSIONS DEADLINE: 31 March 2010 emaj (electronic Melbourne art journal) is one of the only online, refereed art history journals in Australia. Published annually in association with the University of Melbourne, emaj aims to provide an international forum for the publication of original academic research in all areas and periods of art history. For the 2010 edition of emaj, the editors now seek submissions from researchers investigating the history of art. emaj welcomes monographic articles about specific artists or art collectives as thematic or theoretical analyses of art history from any historical period. Established and emerging researchers working within the fields of art history, architectural history, curatorship, politics and aesthetics, visual culture, philosophy, historiography and museum studies are encouraged to submit. Manuscripts must be submitted by email to emaj.editors@gmail.com, as word…

emaj issue 4 is now LIVE

Issue 4 of emaj (electronic melbourne art journal) is now live. Established in 2005 it is the only fully online refereed art history journal in Australia. It is edited by PhD students and graduates from the Art History department at The University of Melbourne. It is dedicated to showcasing the work of both emerging and established scholars from Australia, New Zealand and internationally. It is now featured on the National Library of Australia website and on Wilson Art Abstracts. To read the current issue click here. Submissions for the next issue will be due in March 2010, click here for more details. http://bit.ly/70MSOEww

Launch of emaj issue 4, 2009

The emaj editors invite you all to join us to celebrate the launch of emaj issue 4. Launch of emaj issue 4, 2009 Drinks in the courtyard, Elisabeth Murdoch Building University of Melbourne, Parkville Tuesday December 15, 6-8pm All welcome! Please join us for drinks to celebrate the launch of our 2009 edition! emaj (electronic Melbourne art journal) is the only online, refereed art history journal published in Australia. Founded in 2005, emaj aims to provide an international forum for the publication of original academic research by emerging and established scholars in all areas and periods of art history. All Welcome. If you are on Facebook you can see the event here and to be informed of future issues and calls for papers become a fan of emaj here. www.melbourneartjournal.unimelb.edu/E-MAJ