Explore the recent history, current state and the possible futures of painting in this series of talks.
(Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney)
Far from having exited the scene in the post-medium age, painting remains a key aspect of museum collections, commercial gallery stock, and artistic practice. But expectations of painting have been changing in our current times of promiscuous knowledge and image exhaustion. By considering how painting has been contextualised in certain recent international exhibitions, Jacqueline Millner draws out some of the distinctive features and strategies of contemporary painting.
Dr Jacqueline Millner is Associate Dean, Research at Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, where she also lectures on contemporary art theory and history. She has published widely on contemporary Australian and international art in key anthologies, journals and catalogues of national and international institutions. She co-convenes the research group Contemporary Art and Feminism at the University of Sydney.
Thurs 8 October
FREE, bookings essential
Veolia Lecture Theatre
Presented in association with Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney
Image Credit: Lucy Parahkina