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For Tuesday 19 May – An invitation to view some “exegeses and corresponding theses”

Dear All,
Please join a group of other Painting Pgs on an “excursion” to view some “exegeses and corresponding theses”.

10:30 am,Tuesday 19 May 2009

Menzies Library – ANU

Meet  beforehand for coffee  at 9.50 am at at the John Curtin Café.

We though many heads might make lighter work!! Or some such thing.
Hope to see you there.

General information about Theses

ANU Theses may not be borrowed. However, they are available to the public upon request with some restrictions <http://anulib.anu.edu.au/about/collections/theses.html#ar>  – see below.
Use the online thesis request form <http://anulib.anu.edu.au/getathesis&gt;
… Or complete a request card and submit it to the R.G. Menzies Building information desk for collection at these times:
Monday to Friday : 10.30 a.m, 2.30 p.m
Sunday : 1.45 p.m.
If you submit your requests by the above times, you can collect them after the next pick-up. Please allow 10-15 minutes for retrieval.

If any one knows of a particular past PG student who’s thesis and exegesis was particularly outstanding from another visual arts department so please put in a request for it.

Ria

Contact Ria for further information

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May 16, 2009 - Posted by | Exegeses, Theses

3 Comments »

  1. Dear All,

    Just to let everyone know that there are a selection of Theses and corresponding Exegeses being held at the loans desk at the Menzies Library.

    These are the “works” by past and graduated visual arts PHD student.

    These books will be held on the hold self until Friday the 22 May 09.

    Anyone who wishes to review them may do so. Simple go to the loans desk and request them.

    Cheers Ria

    Comment by Ria Vlavianos | May 19, 2009 | Reply

  2. Who ended up going to this, did you find it worthwhile?

    Comment by Vivienne | May 23, 2009 | Reply

  3. Ria, Vanessa, Liz, Jude and I – it was very worthwhile, although there weren’t many vis. arts theses available.

    Comment by Julie | May 23, 2009 | Reply


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