The organisers of Site and Space in Southeast Asia are seeking applications and nominations for the role of Field Director, Hue, for a multi-year research initiative led by the Power Institute and its partners.
Each year, the Power Institute awards four practicing artists, researchers, writers or curators with three- or six-month art residencies at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris. Since 1997, more than seventy residencies have been awarded to creative practitioners and scholars, amongst them art historian Rex Butler, curator Amelia Groom, and artists Barbara Campbell, … READ MORE
The Power Institute is thrilled to announce a new collaborative research initiative, Site and Space in Southeast Asia. The project explores the intersections of urban space, art and culture in three cities—Yangon, Myanmar, Penang, Malaysia, and Huế, Vietnam—through collaborative, site-based research.
The Power Institute is proud to support a day of discussions on modernism and the Bauhaus movement, presented by University of Technology Sydney Architecture, followed by a celebration of our latest publication Bauhaus Diaspora and Beyond: Transforming Education through Art, Design and Architecture. ABOUT THE EVENT 2019 … READ MORE