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Upcoming Art Forum Talks

Image making, nation building: Australia and the First World War

Wed, 4th October

This seminar will present new research by Spiros Zournazis Memorial Fellows at the Australian War Memorial. The fellowship, offered biennially, is an opportunity for early career researchers to investigate the art collection at the Memorial, and encourages interdisciplinary approaches. SPEAKERS Dr Laura Cook is an assistant curator at...

Floor talk: Robbie Karmel

Thu, 21st September

Robbie Karmel is a graduate of Printmedia & Drawing at the ANU SOA&D, and is currently undertaking a PhD at the UNSW School of Art and Design. Robbie’s exhibition Mimesis marks the halfway point of his PhD and includes new experimental and performative work that explores concepts of embodiment, perception, and...

Floor talk: Robbie Karmel

Thu, 21st September

Robbie Karmel is a graduate of Printmedia & Drawing at the ANU SOA&D, and is currently undertaking a PhD at the UNSW School of Art and Design. Robbie’s exhibition Mimesis marks the halfway point of his PhD and includes new experimental and performative work that explores concepts of embodiment, perception, and...

Public Lecture: Andy Buck & David Walters

Wed, 20th September

Andy Buck – Furniture Workshop   Andy Buck is a furniture maker, sculptor, and educator. A full professor and program chair for the furniture design program at the Rochester Institute of Technology, he has also taught at the Oregon College of Art & Craft, and given workshops at Anderson Ranch, Haystack, Penland, and...

Public Lecture: Roger Benjamin

Thu, 31st August

      East of Colour: Kandinsky and Klee in Tunisia While Paul Klee’s revelatory voyage to Tunisia on the eve of WWI is paradigmatic of modernist Orientalism, the 1905 travels there of Wassily Kandinsky and his partner Gabriele Münter are little known. Münter’s Kodak snapshots and...

Artist Talk: Emma Varga

Wed, 23rd August

The ANU School of Art & Design is pleased to announce Emma Varga as the recipient of the 2017 Stephen Procter Fellowship, where she is currently artist in residence in the Glass Workshop. Emma Varga has focused on the flora and landscape of the many places she has either travelled to or lived over the years. She is continually...

Public Lecture: Joyce Hwang

Thu, 17th August

Joyce Hwang is an Associate Professor of Architecture at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York and is the Director of Ants of the Prairie, an office of architectural practice and research that focuses on confronting contemporary ecological conditions through creative means. Currently she is developing a series of...

Public Lecture: Eleanor Ray

Wed, 16th August

Eleanor Ray is a New York-based artist known for small paintings of quiet interiors and exteriors, buildings and landscapes that are often important sites of personal or art historical value. Ray received her undergraduate degree from Amherst College and an MFA from the New York Studio School. Her work has been exhibited in three solo...

Artist talk: Debbie Ding

Thu, 11th May

Debbie Ding is a visual artist and technologist working between London and Singapore. She’ll be talking about the process behind her past works visualising and mapping the Singapore River as a psychogeographical faultline, as well the devising of a ‘philosophising machine’ to resurrect and generate new readings of...

Public Lecture: Ann Elias

Wed, 10th May

The Hidden Visible: A background to the art and science of camouflage Regardless of whether the context is military, biological, or social, the term ‘camouflage’ applies to strategies of concealment and deception. It was, though, through military history, rather than biology or sociology, that ‘camouflage’ became...

Artist Talk: Jerry Lin-Hsien Kung and Luke Jacomb

Thu, 27th April

The School of Art and Design at ANU is pleased to host two visiting artists in the glass workshop this coming week! J. Lin-Hsien Kung is a Chinese-American glass artist best known for sculpting glass gestures. The anthropomorphic forms are individually created with one continuous movement where the glass is simultaneously inflated and...

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