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Asteas-Python Workshop, Lebes gamikos and lid, 350‑320 BCE, earthenware,18 x 10.2 cm diameter. The University of Melbourne Art Collection. Classics Collection. Purchased 1978
Amanda Marburg (left) and Moya McKenna (right). Photo: Viki Petherbridge
From its collections, exhibitions, programs and building, its statistics on visitation and market penetration, to its capacity for technological projects, the Potter offers great scope for students and academics to develop assignments and higher degree projects. It also seeks to broker cross-disciplinary connections across departments and faculty.
This page will be updated regularly with suggestions for possible undergraduate and graduate projects. We always welcome new ideas. Please contact Dr Heather Gaunt to follow up listed projects or propose new ones.
Information on new projects will also be distributed on the Ian Potter Museum of Art LMS Community site.
If you would like to join this site, and have not already been invited through your course lecturer, please contact Dr Heather Gaunt.
The Basil Sellers Art Prize invites artists to tackle an Australian obsession—sport. It offers artists an opportunity to be part of a major exhibition and a chance to win the $100,000 acquisitive prize. The call for entries to the Basil Sellers Art Prize 4 is now open! Check the website: http://www.sellersartprize.com.au/call-for-entries