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Painting Symposium 2010 March 10,11,12

2010 Painting Symposium:

Masterpieces from Paris- painting as a material practice

Tues March 9: 6pm NGA Fairfax theatre ANTHEA CALLEN LECTURE and free entry to Masterpieces after lecture


Wed March 10 : 9.30am NB! At the School or Art Lecture Theatre

9.30am: Jude Rae (on Seurat’s small studies)

10am : Peter Adsett (Reading Cezanne’s material vision: how does the irresolvable tension between touch and vision 
in his painting relate to my current practice and engagement with doubt?)

11am: coffee and discussion

11.30: Masterpieces from Canberra viewing and discussing the range of works hung in the Painting Workshop with a focus on questions of materiality and process. Work by Painting staff and postgrads

12.30 Lunch (provided by Ptg w’shop)


Thurs March 11 : at NGA Small theatre (upstairs)

9-10am: Major One Painters to visit exhibition

10.30: Anthea Callen (on Van Gogh)

11.00: Kevin Malloy (on Seurat and Cezanne)

11.30: coffee and discussion

12.00: Vivienne Binns


Fri March 12 : at NGA Small Theatre upstairs

9-10am: free entry for the first 20 students

10.30: Ruth Waller (on Vuillard, Bonnard, Gauguin )

11.00: Liz Coats (on Cezanne)

11.30: coffee and discussion

12.00: Anthea Callen (on surface and colour – revisiting the images discussed in her second lecture – for the benefit of Major One , Major Three and others who may have missed it or would like to hear it again)

1.30: Lunch back at school- a chance for Major One & Three Painters to view staff and postgrads show in Painting w’shop.

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March 1, 2010 - Posted by | Forum, Symposium |

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