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Research Seminars 2022 S1

Research Seminar Programme, Department of Art History Semester 1, 2022


When: Most Thursdays 3-4.30pm

Where: On Zoom




3 March: New Perspectives: Matisse and Australia

  • India Urwin, "His Country is next to mine" Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori and the Idea of Matisse

  • Darius Whitaker, Cut and Paste: John Coburn and Henri Matisse

  • Jennifer Yang, Re-imagining Matisse’s encounter with Polynesia: Angela Tiatia’s The Pearl (2021) in conversation with Matisse’s art after Tahiti https://slam-events.sydney.edu.au/calendar/art-history-3-mar/


10 March: Roger Benjamin, Cézannism on the Snowy: Lina Bryans and Alex Jelinek at Guthega and Adaminaby

https://slam-events.sydney.edu.au/calendar/art-history-10-mar-rb/


24 March: Lilian Cameron, Who curates (whom): Artist-curators in institutions

https://slam-events.sydney.edu.au/calendar/art-history-24-mar/


31 March: Andrew Yip, Locating Postdigital Places: future directions for virtual worlds in art history and museology


7 April: Belinda Smaill, Film History Meets Environmental History: Nation, Continent and the Archive


28 April: Will Jeffery, ‘Where is the music coming from?’: Redefining diegetic film music through the music-image


5 May: Jos Hackforth-Jones and Romita Ray, Reexamining the art of the British Empire: Visual culture and cultural (ex)change in the long nineteenth century


12 May: Alison Inglis (and the Hamilton Gallery project team), Art Historians and Regional Galleries: the Hamilton Gallery project

Peter McNeil, Uni of Technology Sydney, David Hansen, ANU, Alexander Burchmore, Uni of Sydney, Lisa Beaven, La Trobe Uni, Vivien Gaston, Uni of Melb, Jane Clark, MONA, Alison Inglis, Uni of Melb, Matthew Martin, Uni of Melb, Mark Erdmann, Uni of Melb


26 May: Kathleen Davidson, Initiatives, Discoveries and Blunders: Colonial Science and the Acclimatization Movement in the Illustrated Periodicals




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