New Perspectives on Italian and Australian Art History:A symposium in honour of Professor Jaynie Anderson
Image courtesy of Fairfax Media, Wayne Taylor, March 2008.
Friday, 19 February 2016
9:45AM - 4:30PM
Macmahon Ball Theatre, Old Arts Building, The University of Melbourne
Admission is free | Bookings are required | Seating is limited
The theme of this symposium – Italian and Australian art history - addresses the broad areas of research undertaken by Professor Jaynie Anderson at the University of Melbourne, while she filled the distinguished roles of third Herald Professor of Art History and foundation Director of the Australian Institute of Art History. The program of speakers is made up of Professor Anderson’s academic and museum colleagues as well as former and current students.
The Keynote Address is being presented by Dr Gerard Vaughan, Director of the National Gallery of Australia and a former Professorial Fellow at the Australian Institute of Art History. More information on the keynote is available on the Changing the National Gallery of Australia web page.
Hilary C Jankelson, PhD Candidate, Art History Program, University of Melbourne
Dr. Antonio González Zarandona, Postdoctoral Associate Research Fellow, Alfred Deakin Research Institute for Citizenship and Globalisation, Deakin University
Dr Benjamin Thomas, Rusden Curator, Cultural Collections, Trinity College, University of Melbourne
Dr Diana Hiller, independent art historian, Melbourne
Dr Anna Drummond, independent art historian, Melbourne
Carl Villis, Conservator of European paintings before 1800, National Gallery of Victoria
Marco Quabba, PhD Candidate, Art History Program, University of Melbourne
Associate Professor Luke Morgan, Art History & Theory, Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture, Monash University
Callum Reid, PhD Candidate, Art History Program, University of Melbourne
This Symposium has been organised by the Australian Institute of Art History and the School of Culture and Communication in the Faculty of Arts.
Download the full program here.