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Eugene von Guérard
Hamel And Ferguson (Printer)
Ferntree Gully, Dandenong Ranges, (Victoria) 1867
38.0cm x 55.4cm (sight)
The University of Melbourne Art Collection.
Gift of the Russell and Mab Grimwade Bequest 1973.
Russell Grimwade, Timber eucalypt specimen cabinet, c. 1919-1920, eucalypt with brass handles, 85.0 x 72.3 x 53.0 cm. The University of Melbourne Art Collection. Gift of the Russell and Mab Grimwade Bequest 1973.
Paterson Brothers, Collins Street East, c. 1868, photograph, sheet 26.9 x 36.9 cm. The University of Melbourne Art Collection. Gift of the Russell and Mab Grimwade Bequest 1973
Famille rose bowl (18th century)
porcelain with overglaze enamels
The University of Melbourne Art Collection. Gift of the Russell and Mab Grimwade Bequest 1973.© Reproduction enquiries should be forwarded to The Ian Potter Museum of Art.
Call for Applications:
THE IAN POTTER MUSEUM OF ART MIEGUNYAH STUDENT PROJECT AWARD 2018
Submission date: 6 July 2018
The Ian Potter Museum of Art is offering six competitive Awards of $1500 each to University of Melbourne students across all disciplines, for small projects focused on The Russell and Mab Grimwade ‘Miegunyah’ Collection. The Ian Potter Museum of Art Miegunyah Student Project Award scheme aims to give students experience in working in an interdisciplinary context with a significant and extensive material and visual culture collection. In recognition of the changing face of academic engagement these projects also give students the opportunity to think about how to share their research with a range of audiences and to make use of multiple modes of distribution.
Applications are now open for University of Melbourne students at any level, currently enrolled at the University of Melbourne at least until end October 2018. Projects will be undertaken during the 2018 Academic Year.
For full details of the application process, creative brief, outcomes and resources, please refer to the attached document.
Queries can be addressed to Dr Kyla McFarlane, Curator of Academic Programs (Research), Ian Potter Museum of Art: firstname.lastname@example.org
Clare Fuery-Jones (Philosophy): Art for life’s sake: how art functions as a tool to engage us more thoughtfully in our everyday
Cormac Kirby (Sociology): Writing Victoriana
Joanne Morice and Matthew Watts (Art Curatorship): Imagined Journey: The Grimwade Collection of small decorative boxes
Debbie Robinson (Art History): Russell Grimwade’s Appreciation of Glass: A Matter of Art, Science and Industry
Amelia Saward (Art History): Helen Ogilvie: Australian Modernism/ Post-modernism and the embodiment of place
Eva Whyte (Geography): Grimwade, nature and homemaking
Madeline Ferme (Art History): Made in China Reseach report
Chantelle Mitchell (Art Curatorship): Thinking Eucalyptically Research report
Caroline Moes (Art Curatorship): Gone to Jericho
Alice Mathieu (Art History): Absent trees Research report
Olympia Nelson (Art History): Instaframe: broadcasting an art collection in the age of social media Research report
Carly Richardson (Art Curatorship/Education): The city of Batmania: Using works from the Grimwade Collection to explore a changing Melbourne
Amy Brown (Education. Creative Writing): Ekphrasis Research summary
Bella Li (Creative Writing): Perouse project
Rebecca Hibbard (Veterinary Science): The changing relationship between humans and animals in 19th century Australia
Lucy Collins (Veterinary Science): Understanding the cultural importance of domesticated canids in Indigenous Australian communities and providing culturally safe veterinary care
Ania Peterson (Veterinary Science): The Horse in Australian Society
Audrey Cavalera (Architecture and Design): "The Haunted Land” where “the bush is
portrayed as a simultaneously vast and claustrophobic space, at once sublime and grotesque"
Bruce Copland (Art Curatorship): The Hoddle Grid Project
Lucy Tobin (Creative Writing): Benevolent Asylum
Libby McFarland (Environment Conservation and Restoration): Margaret Stones, A Botanical Illustrator's Perspective
Alexander Di Stefano (Law): William Strutt's Bushrangers and the Grimwade Collection: A scallywag, a millionaire and an Australian
Laura de Neefe (Creative Writing): Grimwade poems 'Roaming. Herding. Leveling
Maize Wallin and Liam Whittaker (Interactive Composition): Grimwade Pop-up Exhibition
Sarah Healy and Claire Virgona (Education, Visual Arts): Back to the future
Dominique van de Klundert (Art curatorship): Truth, justice & representation: The photography of J.W. Lindt in context
Deniz Kara (Dentistry): Colonial Australia: A dental perspective