SOAD academics and alumni at the 2018 AAANZ conference Aesthetics, Politics and Histories: The Social Context of Art
Sarah Scott (CAHAT) is presenting a paper in the session RMIT Art School Artists as Social Commentators
Sarina Noordhus-Fairfax (CAHAT alumna) is speaking in the panel Creative (art) Writing.
Alex Martinis Roe (Sculpture) is convening the panel Social Practice—Encounters on Ngambri, Ngunnawal and Yuin Country. Presenters: Matilda House (Ngambri-Ngunnawal Elder), Aidan Hartshorn (Sculpture), Kirrily Jordan (CAEPR), Alex Martinis Roe and Amanda Stuart (Sculpture).
Rebecca Mayo (Printmedia and Drawing) and Miriam Kelly (Textiles and Art Theory alumna) are speaking in the panel Care: forging an alternative ethics through contemporary art.
Michelle Antoinette (former visiting fellow, CAHAT) is convening and speaking in the panel Theorising and Historicising Contemporary Asian Art.
Chaitanya Sambrani (CAHAT) is convening and presenting a paper in the panel Transience and Afterlife: the Political World of Things, with Alex Burchmore (CAHAT) and Elly Kent (CAHAT alumna) also presenting papers.
Kate Warren (CAHAT) is convening the panel Social Change, Art and the Archive.
Raquel Ormella (Painting) is presenting a paper in the panel How humans think (chirped the sparrow): Art-jamming the anthropological machine.
Tony Curran (CAHAT and Painting) is convening and presenting a paper in the panel Best in Show, with Erica Seccombe and Kate Warren (CAHAT) also presenting papers.
Katrina Grant (Digital Humanities) is presenting a paper in the panel Between Picture and Object: Painted Material Cultures 1500-1800