Exhibitions

Category: Exhibitions

Jaedon Shin and Dr Jay Song: Between Two Cultures – a discussion at Heide Museum of Modern Art

Date: 30 July 2022 2:00–3:00 Location: Sidney Myer Education Centre Admission: Adult $32 / Concession $27 Heide Museum of Modern Art Members: $27 Join now For bookings and more information follow this link. Join artist Jaedon Shin and Dr Jay Song, Associate Professor of Korean Studies at the University of Melbourne, for an insightful discussion on …

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Jaedon Shin: Double Moon – exhibition and discussion on transnational Korean experiences (Heide Museum of Modern Art)

Exhibition dates: 11 June 30 October 2022 Location: Kerry Gardner & Andrew Myer Project Gallery Discussion date and time: 30 July 2022 2:00–3:00pm Location: Sidney Myer Education Centre Curator/s: Eliza Jung (guest curator) Admission: Included with museum admission Jaedon Shin’s paintings vibrate with colour, memory and imagination. Through the creation of dream-like worlds, the artist …

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‘Silence #1.6.1’ solo exhibition by Thai artist Pimpisa Tinpalit

Venue: Counihan Gallery, 233 Sydney Road (inside Brunswick Town Hall), Brunswick, VIC Dates: Saturday 4 June 2022 to Sunday 24 July 2022 Opening on Saturday 4th June, ‘Silence #1.6.1’ is a solo exhibition by Thai artist Pimpisa Tinpalit is a philosophical study of death and how all metaphysical conditions co-exist. Death can provide insight into …

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2022 ST Lee Lecture | John Guy: Ubiquitous Trees and Serpents – Early Buddhist Imagery of Southern India

Speaker: John Guy, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Date and time: Wed., 15/06/2022, 5:30 pm AEST Hybrid Event | Chau Chak Wing Museum and on zoom Registrations via the link Curator John Guy provides a preview of the major exhibition Tree & Serpent. Buddhist Art in Early India, 200 BCE–300 CE, to be …

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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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