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Lecture Series | The Silk Route in History

August 26, 2013
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Shirdar Medresa, Samarqand, Photograph Chris Wood.

The State Library and ASA Cultural Tours (Australians Studying Abroad) are presenting a series of illustrated lectures that explore the diverse economic, political, ethnic, religious, architectural and artistic interactions throughout the Silk Route. The Silk Route – also known as the Silk Road – played a vital role in world history as an economic network....
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Lecture | The Trauma of the Political – or, Catch Me I’m Falling (into the Ambivalent Arms of Law)

May 20, 2013
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Gertrude – Discipline Contemporary Art Lecture Series The Trauma of the Political – or, Catch Me I’m Falling (into the Ambivalent Arms of Law) Dr Juliet Rogers in conversation with Maria Tumarkin There is an excitement about falling that betrays itself in images and experiences of the flesh, from Richard Drew’s capture of the...
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Art History Lectures and Discussion at Melbourne Free Uni

February 18, 2013
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Raphael, The Engagement of Virgin Mary, 1504 Oil on panel, 170 x 117 cm Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

The Melbourne Free University is running a series of free lectures and discussions on art history as part of its 2013 program. These will run on Tuesdays from February 19th until March 26th. Details of some of the sessions are below, see the MFU website for further updates. Dates: Tuesdays from 19th February, 6:30-8pm...
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Lecture | Isobel Crombie – Shadow Catchers: The history of the photogram

September 13, 2012
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Simone Douglas, 'Surrender (collision) 111, 1998, Type C photograph, 49 x 67cm.

Shadow Catchers – The history of the photogram This lecture explores the intriguing history of photograms and the resurgence of interest in these camera-less images by contemporary photographers. Speaker Dr Isobel Crombie, Assistant Director, NGV Cost $18 Adult / $12 NGV Members / $14 Concession / FREE for tertiary students just present student card...
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Lectures | CCP 2012 Lecture Series

August 23, 2012
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Join CCP for the 2012 Lecture Series, surrounded by the exhibition CCP Declares: On the Nature of Things, curated by Kyla McFarlane. Entry by gold coin donation. Hear from internationally renowned artists Richard Billingham (UK) and Anne Noble (NZ); Kim Simon, Curator of Gallery TPW, Toronto and Sandra Barnard (NSW), one of Australia’s formost fine art hand-printers. Thursday...
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Pop Up Lecture Cycle | John C. Welchman on Mike Kelley: 1945-2012

August 16, 2012
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Mike Kelley, Day is done, Gagosian Gallery, New York, 2005

John C. Welchman on Mike Kelley: 1954-2012 Wednesday 22 August  2012 at MUMA, NGV and Ian Potter Museum of Art A pop-up lecture cycle on the life and work of celebrated Los Angeles contemporary artist Mike Kelley delivered by co-director of the Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts and Kelley scholar, Professor John C. Welchman,...
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Lectures | Revealing the Collections of Melbourne University

July 24, 2012
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Revealing the Collections This program of lectures will showcase some of the rich but little known collections of art and visual culture held at the University of Melbourne. In addition to one of the largest art collections in Victoria, the University houses collections in such diverse areas as classics and archaeology, international Indigenous cultural...
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Public Lectures | Taylor and Sangster Lectures on two German Gardens

June 27, 2012
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Andrew Lowth on the Berlin Botanic Garden and David Marshall on the Garden Realm of Woerlitz The Garden Realm of Woerlitz is a group of ‘palaces’ and gardens in Anhalt Saxony whose origins lie in the Enlightenment of the late eighteenth century. This massive and fascinating cultural environment features extensive waterways, follies (including an erupting Vesuvius)...
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Public Lecture | Enjoy Your Diversity: the 1960′s Revisited – Patrick McCaughey

April 12, 2012
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Enjoy Your Diversity: the 1960′s Revisited Patrick McCaughey When Clem Greenberg came to Australia in 1968, he admired a lot of Australian painting, more the older moderns than the young mods. But his parting words were: “Enjoy your diversity.”  Few took much notice and the 60s has been generally characterised as the time of...
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Lectures | ASA International Scholar Lecture Series – The Ancient Mediterranean

March 16, 2012
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Heraklion Archaeological Museum, Crete photo by Kristen Hellstrom. Via ASA website.

ASA International Scholar Lecture Series – The Ancient Mediterranean Speakers Dr Don Evely, Curator, British School of Athens at Knossos, Crete Dr Erin Gibson, a Landscape Archaeologist, with interest in past human activity in the Eastern Mediterranean Program 10.00 – 11.00 Lecture 1: A Tale of Two Islands: Cyprus and Crete in the Bronze...
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