National Gallery Of Australia | Lecture Series | 2009

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NGA LECTURE SERIES 2009

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  • Australian quilts, Australian stories - Margaret Rolfe

    Australian quilts, Australian stories - Margaret Rolfe

    19/09/2009 Duración: 33min

    Quiltmaker and author, Margaret Rolfe, discusses styles and techniques of some Australian quilts in Airing of the quilts.

  • Celebrity talk with Margaret Fulton: The recipe

    Celebrity talk with Margaret Fulton: The recipe

    19/09/2009 Duración: 51min

    Where are those McCubbin recipes for a good loaf or apple pie? McCubbin gave up baking for painting and teaching art. Margaret Fulton, Australian food and cooking writer, speaks about food of the Federation period, and shares some time-honoured recipes.

  • John Olsen in association with Big Draw

    John Olsen in association with Big Draw

    17/09/2009 Duración: 54min

    John Olsen in conversation on his attitude and approaches to drawing.

  • Contemporary Australian architects series 2009 - Candalepas Associates

    Contemporary Australian architects series 2009 - Candalepas Associates

    26/08/2009 Duración: 01h07min

    Angelo Candalepas, Candalepas Associates, an award-winning Sydney practice whose work is extensively published in books and journals. Angelo is Adjunct Professor of Architecture at UNSW and a frequent commentator on industry practice.

  • Contemporary Australian architects series 2009 - Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects

    Contemporary Australian architects series 2009 - Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects

    19/08/2009 Duración: 56min

    Philip Thalis, Hill Thalis Architecture + Urban Projects, a Sydney-based firm that explores the specificity of each site and program within its broader urban and geographical context.

  • Contemporary Australian architects series 2009 - PHOOEY Architects: Peter Ho and Emma Young

    Contemporary Australian architects series 2009 - PHOOEY Architects: Peter Ho and Emma Young

    05/08/2009 Duración: 01h03min

    PHOOEY Architects are engaged in the cultural identity of our sustainable future, actively exploring resilience, comfort and aesthetic strategies that incorporate a campaign of awareness, feedback design, recycled form and a re–value of consumption waste. Their work has been described as ugly, fabulously whimsical, a billboard for sustainability, trash, glamour!

  • Power dressing in the Malay kingdoms

    Power dressing in the Malay kingdoms

    04/08/2009 Duración: 26min

    Dr Tony Milner, Basham Professor of History, Centre for Asian Societies and Histories, Australian National University, explores the relationship between textiles and power in the Malay kingdoms.

  • Kitta Please - Magda Sayeg

    Kitta Please - Magda Sayeg

    05/07/2009 Duración: 28min

    Knitta Please founder and yard-bomber, Magda Sayeg, discusses the curious convergence of knitting and graffiti, exploring the social implication of street art in our urban environment.

  • Soft Sculpture artists talks - Nell

    Soft Sculpture artists' talks - Nell

    02/07/2009 Duración: 07min

    Artist Nell discusses her work The perfect drip 1999 in the exhibition Soft sculpture.

  • Reinventions artists talks - Inge King

    Reinventions artists' talks - Inge King

    30/06/2009 Duración: 23min

    Inge King discusses her work Wandering angel 2000

  • Contemporary art focus 2009 - Mike Parr

    Contemporary art focus 2009 - Mike Parr

    04/06/2009 Duración: 48min

    Mike Parr rerflects on the unconventional printmaking processes and historical underpinnings of his work Polish mud 1995.

  • Breathe in, breathe out - Dr Christopher Chapman

    Breathe in, breathe out - Dr Christopher Chapman

    19/05/2009 Duración: 26min

    Dr Christopher Chapman, Curator, National Portrait Gallery, discusses selected works and their relationship to the human body.

  • Sculpture Talk - Bert Flugelman

    Sculpture Talk - Bert Flugelman

    18/05/2009 Duración: 01h04min

    In association with International Museums Day: a talk by one of Australia’s most well–known sculptors, Bert Flugelman, who discusses public art in the context of his own work. Devised by the International Council of Museums, International Museums Day has been celebrated all over the world since 1977. It was developed to focus attention on the work done by museums and galleries and promote the role of museums and museum professionals around the world.

  • Contemporary art focus 2009 - Debra Dawes

    Contemporary art focus 2009 - Debra Dawes

    12/05/2009 Duración: 26min

    Debra Dawes discusses her work Parallel planes 2007.

  • Soft Sculpture artists talks - Sadie Chandler

    Soft Sculpture artists' talks - Sadie Chandler

    25/04/2009 Duración: 14min

    Sadie Chandler discusses her work in the Soft Sculpture exhibition.

  • Soft Sculpture artists talks - Lauren Berkowitz

    Soft Sculpture artists' talks - Lauren Berkowitz

    25/04/2009 Duración: 08min

    Lauren Berkowitz discusses her work in the Soft Sculpture exhibition.

  • Soft Sculpture artists talks - Les Kossatz

    Soft Sculpture artists' talks - Les Kossatz

    25/04/2009 Duración: 09min

    Les Kossatz discusses his work in the Soft Sculpture exhibition.

  • Contemporary art focus 2009 - Vivienne Binns

    Contemporary art focus 2009 - Vivienne Binns

    09/04/2009 Duración: 27min

    Vivienne Binns discusses her works Japanese fabric III 2001 and Nylon over the Lachlan 2005.

  • Meldrum and associates - Peter Perry

    Meldrum and associates - Peter Perry

    07/04/2009 Duración: 43min

    Peter Perry, Director, Castlemaine Gallery and Historical Museum, and author of Max Meldrum and associates: their art, lives and influences, speaks about selected works in the exhibition Misty moderns.

  • Degas portraits - Dr Elisabeth Findlay

    Degas' portraits - Dr Elisabeth Findlay

    10/03/2009 Duración: 37min

    Dr Elisabeth Findlay, Lecturer, Art History, Australian National University, discusses Degas’ enigmatic and compelling portraits.

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