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Lecture | Infinite social landscape: Chinese contemporary art on the global stage – Professor Yiyang Shao

April 14, 2014
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Infinite social landscape: Chinese contemporary art on the global stage Professor Yiyang Shao China has been a land of radical changes in the past 30 years, from its economy to society, from its culture to individual life. Chinese contemporary art has become one of the most intensive and challenging parts of such a great...
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Lecture | Tinka Pittoors ‘The Dysideological Principle’ RMIT Design Hub

March 20, 2014
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The Dysideological Principle Tinka Pittoors About Tinka Pittoors Born 1977 in Brasschaat, Belgium Lives and works in Antwerp, Belgium Tinka Pittoors originally studied painting at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Ghent, before expanding her practice to explore the possibilities of sculpture integrated with drawing, photography, video and installation. Combining a multitude of materials...
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Lecture | Donald Bates ‘Architecture, Imagination and Consequences’

March 19, 2014
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As part of the Ian Potter Museum of Art exhibition ‘The Piranesi effect’ leading international architect Donald Bates will discuss the continuing relevance and influence of Piranesi on contemporary architectural practice today ins his lecture ‘Architecture, Imagination and Consequences’. Professor Donald L Bates FAIA, RIBA is Chair of Architectural Design at the University of...
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Lecture | The Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge: a case study in the evolution of the art museum – Duncan Robinson

March 11, 2014
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The Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge: a case study in the evolution of the art museum Dean’s Lecture | Duncan Robinson The Fitzwilliam Museum was founded in 1816 by the bequest made to the University of Cambridge by a wealthy alumnus, Richard Viscount Fitzwilliam. In this lecture, Duncan Robinson traces its development, reflected in its architecture, from...
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Lecture | Lars Bang Larsen – Art and Psychedelia

February 26, 2014
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Boiler Room Series Art and Psychedelia | Lars Bang Larsen Independent curator Lars Bang Larsen will present his research in art and psychedelia from both academic and exhibition making perspectives. He will discuss the connection between art and psychedelic imagery, concepts and practices in relation to his recent curatorial projects B/W Sensorium, as part of...
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Lecture | Pat Simons ‘The Crone, the Witch and the Library in Renaissance Italy’

December 11, 2013
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The Crone, the Witch and the Library in Renaissance Italy Professor Pat Simons, University of Michigan This paper examines ways in which renewed attention to antiquity during the Renaissance re-invigorated misogynist stereotypes of old women as well as bringing new evidence to the emerging discourse about witches, hence shaping for the hag a vivid...
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Lecture | A Multitude of Images – David Joselit

November 27, 2013
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A Multitude of Images Professor David Joselit Individual tickets are available for David Joselit’s keynote lecture for the 2013 AAANZ conference. A multitude denotes a plurality of people or things. According to the Oxford English Dictionary it signifies ‘the character, quality, or condition of being many.’ The subject of this lecture will be the...
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Lecture | Analyzing and transmitting medieval manuscripts in the digital age – Professor Bernard Muir, FAHA

November 7, 2013
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Analyzing and transmitting medieval manuscripts in the digital age Professor Bernard Muir, FAHA In this lecture Professor Muir will demonstrate a variety of challenges encountered when working with documents surviving from the Middle Ages, and the latest developments in the digital presentation such texts with specific reference to his published facsimiles; he will also suggest ways...
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Lecture | Rethinking Russell Drysdale: TarraWarra Museum of Art Lecture by Dr Christopher Heathcote

November 1, 2013
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Rethinking Russell Drysdale: TarraWarra Museum of Art Lecture Dr Christopher Heathcote TWMA presents a special lecture by exhibition curator Dr Christopher Heathcote in which he explores TWMA’s ground-breaking new exhibition Russell Drysdale: Defining the Modern Australian Landscape. Heathcote will reveal that Drysdale, one of the most highly regarded artists of his generation both in...
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Lecture | Hero and Villain: Lafayette’s Legacies by Laura Auricchio

October 30, 2013
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Hero and Villain: Lafayette’s Legacies by Laura Auricchio Laura Auricchio, Associate Professor of Art History and Dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies at The New School in New York. Co-presented by Sydney University and the Sydney Intellectual History Network (SIHN@Sydney) Americans have long hailed the Marquis de Lafayette (1757-1834) as an extraordinarily admirable figure...
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