Centre for Art History & Theory Seminar: Katrina Grant—Landscape, Myth and Scientific Thinking in the Age of Galileo

Giacomo Torelli, Sea with Ships seen through a Rocky Cavern, 1608-1678 Morgan Library and Museum

Join the ANU Centre for Art History & Art Theory for a presentation by Dr Katrina Grant, Lecturer, Centre for Digital Humanities Research, ANU

Landscape, Myth and Scientific Thinking in the Age of Galileo

Due to the lockdown, this event will be online online.

Zoom: https://anu.zoom.us/j/85040251751?pwd=RDlGbDVxNmpTUW9TVzdYQXUyVkhyUT09

Password: 847106

The Centre for Art History & Art Theory is committed to developing and presenting original and creative research and teaching across diverse histories of art, design and material culture. While historically informed, our work addresses a wide range of contemporary debates. It is sustained and enriched by close attention to objects and images, by co-operative relationships with artists and scholars across a range of disciplines, and by active engagement with galleries, libraries, archives and museums. Award-winning authors, curators, artists and teachers, we are active contributors to the Australian and international art worlds. Our research spans a wide range of visual and material culture with an emphasis on cross-cultural and interdisciplinary approaches, and object-based analysis.

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