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The Kate Challis RAKA Award is an annual award for Indigenous creative artists established by the late Professor Emeritus Bernard Smith. Administered by the University of Melbourne’s Australian Centre, the award of approximately $25,0…(more)
This major solo project will present new painting, photography, installation, sculpture and video works by leading New Delhi-based artist Gigi Scaria. Scaria's interests span art history, architecture, planning, sociology and anthropology. Throug…(more)
On 22 January 1853, the University of Melbourne was established by an Act of Incorporation, with power to confer degrees in the arts, medicine, laws and music. In the 160 years since, the university has established its reputation as the premier r…(more)
The Classics and Archaeology Collection at the University of Melbourne includes an important collection of Bronze and Iron Age pottery from the excavations of Dame Kathleen Kenyon (1906–1978) at Jericho and Jerusalem. Kathleen Kenyon was ar…(more)
The last day for submission of entries to the Basil Sellers Art Prize 4 is this Friday 21 June. Check http://www.sellersartprize.com.au/call-for-entries for conditions and an entry form and call 03 8344 0407 with enquiries.