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S.T. Gill and the Colonial World Conference, Saturday 18 July, 2015 | 10:00am - 4:30pm
Theatre A, Elisabeth Murdoch Building | University of Melbourne

Sheila O'Connell lecture poster

Key note: George Cruikshank (1792-1878): Georgian caricaturist and Victorian illustrator - A prelude to
S.T. Gill who was known as the 'Colonial Cruikshank', Friday 17 July, 2015 | 6.30pm - 7.30pm

Theatre A, Elisabeth Murdoch Building | University of Melbourne

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News

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
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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 
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Forthcoming events

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
Admission is free | Bookings are required | Seating is limited

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
Admission is free | Bookings are required | Seating is limited

Publications

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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