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Events from our networks

Events from our networks

Events from colleagues and organisations in our networks.

Sydney Asian Art Series 2023

This year, the Sydney Asian Art Series 2023 will be co-presented by the Power Institute with VisAsia at the Art Gallery of NSW. The events bring together a range of experts from across the world to address the impact of the digital on art history and art museums. There are two upcoming events: Yael Rice […]

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APTCCARN 6 – Creative conservation initiatives: Collective approaches for material culture and living heritage

What: The 6th annual conference of the Asia Pacific Tropical Climate Conservation Art Research Network When: 3-5 July 2023 Where: Ubud (2-3 July); Denpasar (4-5 July) Register: here This year APTCCARN, Institut Konservasi and the Grimwade Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation will gather together to reconnect again and share creative conservation initiatives and ‘learned’ practices

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MOMA Exhibition: The Project of Independence: Architectures of Decolonization in South Asia, 1947–1985

On view from February 20, 2022, through July 2, 2022, at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, an exhibition titled The Project of Independence: Architectures of Decolonization in South Asia, 1947–1985, explores a formative period in South Asia’s path to self-determination through the lens of modern architecture. Focusing on India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka in

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Training Course: Reading Dutch for Historical Research 2024

The Australian National University will host a special 10-day adult learning course, Reading Dutch for Historical Research, in January 2024. The course will be taught by Professor Robert Cribb of the Australian National University, a well-known historian of Indonesia. The Details Date: 8 – 19 January 2024 Time: 9:30am – 4:30pm daily (during weekdays) Format: In-person (face-to-face) Cost:

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Call for Papers: Indonesia Council Open Conference 2023

The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre at the University of Sydney and Humanitarian and Development Studies at Western Sydney University will be hosting the Indonesia Council Open Conference 2023. This conference brings together academics and postgraduate researchers from across the disciplines with an interest in Indonesia, and is open to scholars, students and community members interested

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Online Talk: Artists and the People, Ideologies of Art in Indonesia

Where:  Online via Zoom When:  Wednesday, 17 August  5:30 – 6:30 pm AEST Cost:  Members $15; Non-members $20 How to Book:  Please email Chris Manning by 15th August to secure your place.  bookings@taasa.org.au Registered participants will be sent the Zoom link a day or two before the lecture. This talk, based on Elly Kent’s recently published book of the same title (NUS

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