Posts tagged with Research

  1. Monochromes are so much more than a grey area in visual art

    David Batchelor, Found Monochrome 19, Islington, 01.05.99

    Artists who engage in contemporary monochrome art practices see themselves as part of a growing lineage – as a new exhibition at the Margaret Lawrence Gallery …

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2018/05/08/monochromes-are-so-much-more-than-a-grey-area-in-visual-art

  2. Art of war: where conflict meets creativity

    Jon Cattapan, Vapour Line (2016). Image courtesy of Jon Cattapan.

    The relationship between Australia’s military efforts and sanctioned artists dates back to 1918 but, as the nation’s 63rd official war artist explains, there are as many …

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2018/04/24/art-of-war-where-conflict-meets-creativity

  3. Felicity Baker on Music Interventions for Dementia and Depression

    Professor Felicity Baker blends work and play as part of her work in Music Therapy and Dementia. By Giulia McGauran.

    Professor Felicity Baker is Head of Music Therapy at the Melbourne Conservatorium. She talks here about her upcoming symposium, Music Interventions for Dementia & Depression in …

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2018/04/17/felicity-baker-on-music-interventions-for-dementia-and-depression

  4. Peek into Buxton Contemporary with new director Ryan Johnston

    Ryan Johnston. Image by Sean Davey.

    Walk and talk with the inaugural director of Buxton Contemporary, on the University of Melbourne’s Southbank campus, before the gallery opens on 9 March. 

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2018/02/26/peek-into-buxton-contemporary-with-new-director-ryan-johnston

  5. Callout: ACMI X Residency Program open for applications

    The ACMI X co-working space. Image supplied.

    Staff, graduate students and alumni of The University of Melbourne are eligible to apply for the ACMI X Residency program, which provides co-working opportunities for creative …

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2018/02/19/callout-acmi-x-residency-program-open-for-applications

  6. Doing Feminism: an interview with Professor Anne Marsh

    Professor Anne Marsh. Image by Sonia Payes.

    With feminism and what it means so firmly back on the public agenda, there’s never been a better time to get to grips with its role …

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2018/02/14/doing-feminism-an-interview-with-professor-anne-marsh

  7. Singing to remember: music therapy and dementia study to launch at the Conservatorium

    Aged care home residents singing. Photo: Bromford/Flickr CC

    Music Therapy researcher Dr Jeanette Tamplin’s latest study will examine how singing can improve the lives of dementia sufferers and their carers.

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2018/02/13/singing-to-remember-music-therapy-and-dementia-study-to-launch-at-the-conservatorium

  8. An interview with Tom Crago, the artist behind Materials at the NGV Triennial

    He’s the CEO of Australian video game developer Tantalus Media, a restaurant owner, a former triple-jump champion, a PhD candidate … oh, and an artist at …

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2018/02/06/an-interview-with-tom-crago-the-artist-behind-materials-at-the-ngv-triennial

  9. AntigoneX: Greek tragedy, with beach balls

    AntigoneX. Image by Ivan Kemp.

    Victorian College of the Arts Senior Lecturer in Theatre Dr Zachary Dunbar is the writer, director and producer of a riotously reimagined version of Sophocles’ Antigone, AntigoneX. …

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2018/01/17/antigonex-greek-tragedy-with-beach-balls

  10. Why documentaries matter in an era of fake news

    Making a documentary film. Sam McGhee/Unsplash

    Look me in the Eye on SBS and programs like it blur the line between reality TV and traditional documentary, prompting ethical questions By Steve Thomas, …

    precinct.finearts-music.unimelb.edu.au/2017/12/11/why-documentaries-matter-in-an-era-of-fake-news

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