Events from 10 October, 2015
15th October, 20154:00pm
"Counter-Mannerism and the Carracci Reformers: Reassessing the beginnings of baroque style" and "Whiz King: Urination as Commemoration in Prints of Louis XIV"
Seminars presented by doctoral candidate Dominique Millar and lecturer Mark De Vitis respectively
15th October, 20158.45am - 6.00pm
A day-long symposium brings together scholars and curators from across fields and practices to explore the historical developments that constitute the study of Asian art in Australia and New Zealand. Participants will assess the current state of the field to better consider future directions.
20th October, 20156.30 - 8pm
On Tuesday 20 October, internationally recognised art historian Rex Butler will be launching our new publication 'The Language of Light and Dark: Light and Place in Australian Photography' in Melbourne. All welcome.
5th November, 20158.45am - 5.00pm
A day-long symposium exploring the application of digitally-based methods to the study and presentation of art and architecture in universities and museums.
5th November, 20156-7.30pm
Keynote address by Professor Caroline Astrid Bruzelius. Part of Recasting the Question symposium.
All About Film
Lecturers who teach in the Film Studies program will showcase their units of study to students during our information session.
Please go to http://sydney.edu.au/arts/film/about/events.shtml for further details.