Faculty of ArtsAustralian Institute of Art History

New Perspectives on Italian and Australian Art History:
A symposium in honour of Professor Jaynie Anderson

Friday 19 February, 9:45am - 4.30pm |  Macmahon Ball Theatre, University of Melbourne

Keynote: Dr Gerard Vaughan, Director, National Gallery of Australia
Changing the National Gallery of Australia: Re-thinking the installations

Friday 19 February 6:15pm - 7.30pm | Theatre A, Elisabeth Murdoch  Building, University of Melbourne

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New Perspectives on Italian and Australian Art History: A symposium in honour of Professor Jaynie Anderson

Friday, 19 February 2016

Changing the National Gallery of Australia: Re-thinking the installations (Keynote: New Perspectives on Italian and Australian Art History: A symposium in honour of Professor Jaynie Anderson)
Dr Gerard Vaughan, Director, National Gallery of Australia

Friday, 19 February 2016

Professor Jaynie Anderson, Director AIAH, awarded Ufficiale dell'Ordine della Stella d'Italia (Knight of the Order of the Star of Italy) award

Monday, 30 November 2015

Miegunyah: The Bequests of Russell and Mab Grimwade
by John Poynter and Benjamin Thomas

The Australian Institute of Art History proudly announces the publication of Miegunyah. The Bequests of Russell and Mab Grimwade, 2015, a research project on the philanthropy of the Grimwade family.  The volume contains essays by the Chancellor of the University of Melbourne, Elizabeth Alexander  AM, Sir Andrew Grimwade CBE, Professor Emeritus John Poynter, Dr Benjamin Thomas Rusden Curator of Trinity College, and Professor Jaynie Anderson, Director of AIAH.

Forthcoming events

More news about out 2016 program coming shortly.

Publications

Miegunyah: The Bequests of Russell and Mab Grimwade by John Poynter and Benjamin Thomas, Miegunyah Press, 2015. Available at Melbourne University Publishing.

The Piranesi Effect edited by Kerrianne Stone and Dr Gerard Vaughan AM, NewSouth Books, 2015. Available at NewSouth Books.

Crossing Cultures: Conflict, migration and convergence: The proceeding of the 32nd international congress of the history of art, edited by Jaynie Anderson, Miegunyah Press, 2009.
Available at Melbourne University Publishing.

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