• 2018 Year in Review

    Report from the Deputy Director

    11 December 2018 | News

    2018 has been an exciting and rich year for Power’s initiatives in Asian art. From the Sydney Asian Art Series to the launch of Site and Space in Southeast Asia, our projects have taken us around the world and brought the world to Sydney, inviting us to rethink seemingly familiar … READ MORE

  • Call Out: Power Publications Dissertation Prize for Indigenous Art Research

    11 December 2018 | Opportunities

    Power Publications is pleased to announce that it will award a 2019 dissertation prize for the best PhD, DPhil or Master by Research written on Indigenous art. Supported by the Copyright Agency Cultural Fund, this prize supports new research and writing on Indigenous art within a scholarly context. The prize is not … READ MORE

  • Award Announcement: AAANZ ‘Best Book’ Prize 2018

    11 December 2018 | News

    Congratulations to Thomas Crow, winner of the AAANZ Best Book Prize 2018 for No Idols: The Missing Theology of Art. Power Publications is thrilled to celebrate the announcement of our inaugural Power Polemic, Thomas Crow’s No Idols: the Missing Theology of Art, as winner of the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand’s … READ MORE

  • Power Publications Report

    A new release and 2018 in review

    10 December 2018 | Read

    Power Publications recently had the great privilege to partner with the Latvian National Museum of Art to produce the bilingual monograph Imants Tillers: Journey to Nowhere. Power’s Publications Manager, Marni Williams, reflects on its previously untold story and the imprint’s role in sharing art’s global connections.   There has been more … READ MORE

  • 2018 Year in Review

    Greetings from the Director

    6 December 2018 | Read

    For any of you unfamiliar with me, my name is Mark Ledbury and I’m the Director of the Power Institute. This year has perhaps been the very busiest year for Power since I arrived in Sydney, and we’ve had many busy ones! Our flagship lecture series, the Keir Lectures on … READ MORE

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