Faculty of ArtsAustralian Institute of Art History

Digital Humanities lecture poster

   Public lecture - Digital Humanities: Where does Art fit in?
   Friday 5 June, 2015 | 5:00 - 6:00pm
   Willian Macmahon Ball Theatre | University of Melbourne

The Australian Institute of Art History will advance research in the creation, use, and cultural meaning of art in all its forms from ancient rock art until the digital age.

Welcome to the Faculty of Arts, Australian Institute of Art History


The Legacy of Hugh Ramsay Symposium, now available to watch online:
Gerard Vaughan (Director, National Gallery of Australia) - Hugh Ramsay and Philanthropy, 

Recording courtesy of the National Gallery of Australia - Monday 30 March, 2015
Watch now 

Gerard Vaughan's Vision for his Directorship at the National Gallery of Australia

The first event arranged by the AIAH in Sydney in partnership with Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation was a presentation by Gerard Vaughan AM on his vision for the National Gallery of Australia. 

Recording courtesy of Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation - Tuesday 24 March, 2015 

Forthcoming events

Digital Humanities: Where does Art fit in?
Professor Deb Verhoeven, Chair of Media and Communication at Deakin University and Deputy Director of the Centre for Memory, Imagination and Invention
Dr Gillian Fuller
, Visiting Research Fellow National Institute of Experimental Arts, (NIEA), Art & Design, UNSW
Emily Wubben, Digital Content Project Officer for DAAO
Friday 5 June, 2015

George Cruikshank (1792-1878): Georgian caricaturist and Victorian illustrator - A prelude to S.T. Gill who was known as the 'Colonial Cruikshank'
Key note lecture: S.T. Gill and the Colonial World - Sheila O'Connell, British Museum
Friday 17 July, 2015

S.T. Gill and the Colonial World conference
This free conference will present a series of
papers and discussions focusing on the art, life and times of the 19th century Australian artist S.T. Gill.
Saturday, 18 July 2015
Bookings TBA


Australian Art Historiography, edited by Jaynie Anderson, The University of Melbourne, 2011.

Crossing Cultures. Conflict, Migration and Convergence, edited by Professor Jaynie Anderson, Miegunyah, 2008.

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