Queensland seminar explores 'Models of Exchange, Residency and Collaborations with Asia'
A Museum & Gallery Services Queensland Seminar presented in partnership with The University of Queensland Art Museum and The University of Queensland’s Museum Studies program (School of English, Media Studies and Art History)
Date: Thursday 25 November 12.30pm-5.30pm (drinks 4.30pm-5.30pm)
Venue: University of Queensland Art Museum & ICTE Auditorium, University Drive, St Lucia
Cost: $60 (inc GST) – full registration fee
$50 (inc GST) - concession registration fee for MAQ & RGAQ Institutional and Individual members, volunteers, students
$20 (inc GST) - per person in GROUP OF 6 OR MORE (full-time/part-time students and volunteers only)
Lesley Alway - Arts Director, Asialink
Shihoko Iida - Visiting Curator at Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art. Shihoko will present a case study on her role at The Australian Centre of Asia Pacific Art (ACAPA).
John Kirkman - CEO of Penrith Performing & Visual Arts will present a case study on Western Sydney Curatorial Project exchange with Japan.
Warwick Heywood - Acting Head of Art, Australian War Memorial will present a case study on their Resident War Artist Program and its role in recording and commemorating Australia's involvement in contemporary conflicts in Asia.
Networking Session -
Networking and refreshments with the opportunity to speed date with Sara Bond, Manager Visual Arts, Asialink.
RSVP essential by Thursday 18 November: Aimee Board, Training & Professional Development Coordinator, M&GSQ. Contact details below.
Training & Professional Development Coordinator
- +61 (7) 3215 0844
- +61 (7 ) 3215 0821