• 31 October, 6:30pm – Celebrate 50 Years of Teaching at the Power Institute!

    18 October 2018 | Read

    Join us to celebrate the Department of Art History’s 50th Anniversary of Teaching over an evening of live music, conversation and drinks. Hear distinguished alumni and faculty reminisce about memorable moments and reflect on the Power Institute’s continuing impact.   Since the first year of teaching in 1968, the Department ... READ MORE

  • 12 & 13 October – The Aboriginal Memorial 30th Anniversary Symposium

    at the National Gallery of Australia

    3 October 2018 | Read

    ABOUT This two-day symposium examines the ongoing significance of The Aboriginal Memorial (1987–1988) and its context within contemporary art, Yolngu culture and creative practices, as well as relation to recent memorials from across Australia and internationally. This nationally significant work of art and was curated by Djon Mundine OAM in ... READ MORE

  • 5 September, 5pm – SEMINAR: Criticism in Moving Images

    The Video Essay in Theory and Practice

    22 August 2018 | Read

    Film scholars, critics, programmers and archivists are increasingly ‘writing’ about cinema not in words but in images and sounds. Such work, often referred to as videographic criticism, videographic scholarship, or simply the “video essay,” is highly self-reflexive, in that it utilizes the medium of moving images in order to study ... READ MORE

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