JW Power, [Untitled], c. 1938, oil on wood panel, 42.4 x 31.7 cm, JW Power Collection, Chau Chak Wing Museum, PW1961.347.
An evening of corporate presentations and personal optimisation. But queer. And with Jack Halberstam.
A reading and conversation at the AGNSW about non-extractive modes of being and seeing.
We mourn the passing of author and cultural historian Lindsay Barrett (1959-2023).
Our 2023 Sydney Asian Art Series scholar Melody Rod-ari was recently interviewed on ABC's Art Show.
A lecture on the disorderly architecture of 1970s artist and activists in the United States.
A hybrid digital and in-person exhibition and publication project exploring the histories and collective ethos of Womanifesto, at the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art.
In 2023 and 2024, the University's Power Institute and the Discipline of Art History is hosting Gerald McMaster, an internationally renowned artist, curator and scholar of contemporary art, museology and Indigenous aesthetics from OACD University in Toronto.
Ends of Painting: Art in the 1960s and 1970s
By: David Homewood and Paris Lettau
UnAustralian Art: Essays on Transnational Art History
By: Rex Butler & ADS Donaldson