Due to high demand, we’re pleased to announce that we will be publishing a second open issue of the Australian & New Zealand Journal of Art in 2018. Submissions are due 8 March. Issue 2, 2018 wil be edited by Departmental members Associate Professor Ann Elias, History and Theory of Contemporary Global Art, and Dr Stephen H. Whiteman.
The organisers of Site and Space in Southeast Asia seek applications for participation in a two-year funded research opportunity exploring the art, architecture, and landscape of Southeast Asia.
Applications are now open for the Power Institute 2018 Terrence and Lynette Fern Cité Internationale des Arts Residency Fellowships. For the first time we are accepting applications online via submittable. All information including criteria, eligibility and residency details can be found on the submittable form.
The new Power Publications’ dissertation prize supports research and writing on Indigenous art within a scholarly context. Applications close September 2017.
The Power Institute is excited to announce Djon Mundine OAM, member of the Bundjalung people of northern New South Wales, curator, activist and writer, as the inaugural recipient of the Power Publications Award for Indigenous Art Writing for his essay ‘The Aboriginal Memorial: Australia’s Forgotten War’, published in Artlink.