Events from our networks

Category: Events from our networks

Events from colleagues and organisations in our networks.

THY PHU Warring Images: Vietnam Pictorial and the Colours of Socialist Futurity

The second program in our 2022 Sydney Asian Art Series, Troubling Images, coonvened by Olivier Krischer. This presentation explores the construction of socialist ways of seeing in Vietnam, focusing on the communist illustrated magazine, Vietnam Pictorial, which deployed color images as a means to project visions of socialist futurity, conjuring forth revolutionary renovations at a …

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ASAA member events on Radio National: Uyghurs in China by LatrobeAsia

Global brands are under pressure to eliminate products produced by the forced labour of China’s Uyghurs . Human rights groups say they’re working in factories which manufacture goods for the technology, clothing and automotive sectors. China denies that the Uyghurs are living in detention centres and working under forced labour conditions but the satellite images …

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Roberta Wue: China through two photographic books. A workshop for scholars and curators

This is an online event. You will receive a Zoom link upon registration. Register to attend via this link. This workshop will examine two photographically illustrated books on China: John Thomson’s Illustrations of China and Its People (1873-74), and Lang Jingshan’s (or Long Chin-san) catalogue, Exhibition of Pictorial Photography (1939). Though both books are apart …

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MISS 2: Investing in the future of language studies by learning from the past

MONASH INDONESIAN SEMINAR SERIES Date: 7 April 2022 at 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm Venue:      Hybrid event, Matheson Library, Clayton Campus & via Zoom Speakers: Liam Prince & Professor Melissa Crouch In this talk Melissa Crouch will consider the importance of mainstreaming the study of Asia as a complimentary strategy to support language studies. …

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The Purpose of Parahistory in Late Socialist Vietnam

Thursday, April 21 5:00pm. This seminar is co-hosted by the Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University and the Judith Neilson Chair in Contemporary Art, UNSW as part of the UNSW Art, Design and Architecture Contemporary Asia-Pacific Visual Cultures Webinar Series. The series aims to foster a cross-institutional, international dialogue in the Asia-Pacific region by showcasing new research and thinking on contemporary visual art and culture.

Exhibition: “Becoming Home: Stories of Chinese-Australians”

The project explores ways that Chinese-Australians have made Maroondah their home through a journey of migration and finding an ideal place to live. Have you ever wondered who Cheong Park was named after? Taking the history of one of Maroondah’s significant local public places as a starting point, Becoming Home explores connections to the Chinese-Australian …

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