Monthly Archives: April 2015

Next Meeting: Monday 25th May 2015, 4-5 pm

Advance notice:

The next meeting of the Aboriginal Art Reading Group will take place on  next Monday the 25th of May from 4 – 5pm in room 351 of the John Medley Building.

We are focusing on two new texts for this month:

Denise Salvestro, Annie Studd and Will Stubbs, ‘ Yambirrpa – Yuta: In Print A remote Arnhem Land community collaborative youth engagement project’ in UNESCO Observatory Multi-Disciplinary Journal in the Arts, Volume 4 | Issue 2 | 2015, pp.

Available at: http://education.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/1399673/007-SALVESTRO-V3.pdf

and

Fred Myers,’Paintings, Publics, and Protocols: The early Paintings from Papunya’, Material Culture Review, No. 79, Special Issue:  Things between Worlds: Creating Exoticism and Authenticity in the West, from the 19th Century to the Present. (2015) pp. 78-91.

Available at:

https://www.academia.edu/10248665/Things_Between_Worlds._Creating_Exoticism_and_Authenticity_in_the_West_from_the_19th_Century_to_the_Present_Material_Culture_Review_2014

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Susan

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Back from Beyond…

Hi All,

the Aboriginal Art Reading Group is back!

Our next meeting will be held next Monday the 27th of April from 4 – 5pm in room 307 of the John Medley Building.

We are focusing on two new texts for this month:

“Superhighway across the sky– Aboriginal new media arts in Australia: A remix and email conversation between Adam Szymanski and Jenny Fraser” from the recent release Reverse Shots: Indigenous Film and Media in an International Context (c.2015)

and

“Is Art History Any Use to Aboriginal Artists? Gabriel Maralngurra’s Contact Paintings” by Henry Skerritt in Double Desire: Transculturation and Indigenous Contemporary Art Edited and Introduced by Ian McLean (2014)

https://www.academia.edu/10163636/_Is_Art_History_Any_Use_to_Aboriginal_Artists_Gabriel_Maralngurra_s_Contact_Paintings._

Hope to see you there!

s