Tag: Publication

New Publication and Launch | Rick Amor: An Online Catalogue Raisonné of the Prints by Irena Zdanowicz

Rick Amor: An Online Catalogue Raisonné of the Prints by Irena Zdanowicz was launched on 15 July in Canberra at the National Gallery of Australia during the symposium ‘The Art of Attribution: The Catalogue Raisonné in the 21st Century’, organized jointly by the NGA and the Australian Institute of Art History at the University of Melbourne. This publication is the first online catalogue raisonné of prints to be published in Australia and is a work in progress. Its first phase documents Rick Amor’s intaglio prints and their 900-plus states; the relief prints and lithographs will be added in due course. The catalogue is a work of independent scholarship, supported by Black Moon Pty Ltd, and by Niagara Galleries, Melbourne. Rick Amor: An Online Catalogue Raisonné of the Prints is now available to be consulted, free of charge, at: http://catalogue.rickamor.com.au The…

Publication | New Issue of Unlikely – Journal for Creative Arts

Field work, issue 2 of Unlikely – Journal for Creative Arts is out now Guest editors: Brogan Bunt & Lucas Ihlein Contributions from: Adva Weinstein, Campbell Drake & Jock Gilbert, Becky Nevin Berger, David Barzier & Kelda Free,  Dominic Redfern, Marnie Badham & Kate Hill & Ted Purves & Susanne Cockrell & Amy Spiers, Laura Fisher, Alinta Krauth, Sean Lowry, Nancy Mauro-Flude, Maria Miranda, Meghan Moe Beitiks, Vanessa Berry, Johanna Hällsten & Catherine Clover & Shauna Laurel Jones. “Fields”: arenas for action; social discourses; professional areas of practice; knowledge disciplines. Field Trips: tours, excursions, forays. Research trips, adventures, residencies. Working in the forest, in old mining towns, in local suburbs, on farms. Artists placed in corporations, government departments, schools. Ethnographic models, educational models, activist models, scientific models. Field as field. Going for a walk. Site specific work. Community as site. Placemaking. Field Work. This issue of Unlikely explores creative practice beyond the studio.…

Publication | Discipline No. 4

Congratulations to the Discipline team on another issue. Discipline No. 4 launches are being held in both Melbourne and Brisbane next week. Launch Melbourne Tuesday, 29th March 2016, 6:00–9:00pm | The Alderman, Melbourne Launch Brisbane Saturday, 2nd April 2016, 3:00–5:00pm | Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane Discipline is pleased to launch its fourth issue, published in December 2015. Edited by Nicholas Croggon, David Homewood and Helen Hughes, with a guest edited section by Ferdiansyah Thajib of KUNCI Cultural Studies Center in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, designed by Robert Milne, and eighteen months in the making, Discipline No. 4 features: Michael Ascroft, Amelia Barikin, Gordon Bennett, Rex Butler, Prihatmoko ‘Moki’ Catur, Centre for Style, Angus Cerini, John Citizen, Fiona Connor, Juan Davila, A.D.S. Donaldson, Giles Fielke, Amelia Groom, David Homewood, Helen Johnson, Nuraini Juliastuti, KUNCI Cultural Studies Center, Bronté Lambert, Matthew Linde, Liang Luscombe, Ian…

Publication | Australian Institute for the Conservation of the Cultural Materials Conservation Bulletin

The most recent issue of the Australian Institute for the Conservation of the Cultural Materials Conservation Bulletin is available now. This issue ranges from  Robyn Sloggett on national conservation policy to studies of Boorun’s Canoe by Steaphan Paton and Cameron Cope, of a work by Ron Mueck and of several paintings by the pioneering Singapore artist Georgette Chen. See Taylor & Francis online: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ybac20/current#.Vti54k3VyUk (You will need a subscription to read full text).   Robyn Sloggett  ‘A national conservation policy for a new millennium—building opportunity, extending capacity and securing integration in cultural materials conservation’ Susanna Collis ‘Revisiting conservation treatment methodologies for waterlogged archaeological wood: an Australian study’ Samantha Hamilton and Steaphan Paton ‘Boorun’s Canoe’ Amanda Pagliarino and Michael Marendy ‘Ron Mueck in bed (2005)—a contemporary textile challenge’ Céline De Courlon, Simon Ives and Paula Dredge ‘Fields of colour: the conservation of matt,…

Publication | New open access journal ‘British Art Studies’ from the Paul Mellon Centre

The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art (PMC), London, and the Yale Center for British Art (YCBA), New Haven have launched a new online and open access journal called British Art Studies. It is always great to see more open access publications and the interface of this online journal has clearly been carefully thought through and designed specifically for online reading (rather than just pdfs on a website). From the editorial of their first edition: British Art Studies is the joint publication of two research centres dedicated to British art: the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art (PMC), London, and the Yale Center for British Art (YCBA), New Haven. The journal has grown out of many conversations and collaborations between the two centres, working with scholars and institutions worldwide. The foremost aim of British Art Studies (BAS) is to…

News | First issue of Journal of Creative Arts ‘Unlikely’ published

Unlikely – Journal for Creative Arts is an initiative of the Centre for Creative Arts, La Trobe University. Unlikely is a transdisciplinary journal, which aims to open unexpected spaces for artistic exchange and scholarly conversations across mediums, disciplines and continents. It offers artists working in practice-led research the chance to participate in and explore a range of practical and theoretical contemporary art concerns. An experiment in form, Unlikely engages its audience and contributors in a two-stage process of live event, presenting creative practitioners’ works, followed by peer-reviewed digital publication. Unlikely works with an international editorial board and a large panel of peer-reviewers. Unlikely is an open-access journal – you can read the first issue here. Issue 01: Feral is now online Editors: Alexis Harley and Norie Neumark ‘Feral’ is the first issue of Unlikely. Undisciplined, disorderly, and extravagant, ferals disrupt and rewrite practices, places, and cultures. To be…

Publication | AAANZ 2013 conference proceedings now published

Selected papers from last year’s AAANZ conference ‘Inter-Discipline’ have been published. From the preface: ‘Inter-discipline’ was the annual conference of the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand, held at Melbourne from 7 – 9 December 2013. The conference was hosted by the University of Melbourne (VCA and Art History), the National Gallery of Victoria and RMIT and included sessions on the history of art and other visual arts disciplines, art theory, and practice-based research in art, design and architecture. The conference, of which this publication forms the proceedings, focused on the theme of interdisciplinarity and invited participants to explore the past, present and future of art, including its practices, threats and histories. The theme aimed to encourage critical perspectives that challenged the term ‘inter-disciplinary’ and brought together a broad set of practitioners, independent scholars, interdisciplinary artists, curators, museum educators, students and higher degree researchers across the fields of Architecture, Design, Art,…