May meeting: Marcia Langton, “The Art of Being Aboriginal” and Ian McLean “Historicity and Aboriginal Art: How Long Will It Take for Aboriginal Art to Become Modern”

The next Aboriginal Art Reading Group meeting will be Monday, 17 May, 3:30-4:30pm, Room G38, Elisabeth Murdoch Building.

We will be reading two chapters from Crossing Cultures – Conflict, Migration, Convergence, 32nd Congress of the International Committee of the History of Art (CIHA), University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. They are Marcia Langton, Chapter 8, “The Art of Being Aboriginal,” pages 35-45 and Ian McLean, Chapter 186, “Historicity and Aboriginal Art: How Long Will It Take for Aboriginal Art to Become Modern” pages 922-925.

Copies of these chapters, available for photocopying, are in an envelope on the notice board outside Dr Susan Lowish’s office, room G27, ground floor Elisabeth Murdoch Building.

Please note the earlier time of 3:30pm and I look forward to seeing you on Monday!

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