Centre for Art History & Theory Seminar: Sarah Scott—Russell Drysdale and First Nations Art and Culture

Image: Russell Drysdale, Aboriginal Man in a Landscape 1963, Royal Collection, London

Join the ANU Centre for Art History & Art Theory for a presentation by Dr Sarah Scott, Lecturer;

Russel Drysdale and First Nations Art and Culture

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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