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To accompany the exhibition An Illumination: the Rothschild Prayer Book & other works from the Kerry Stokes Collection c.1280-1685 The University of Melbourne is offering a series of free public lectures and flo…
Hiromi Tango’s unique practice is a fusion of craft, fluorescence, installation and performance. Sea tears, a major work presented in the exhibition ‘More love hours’, was made as part of Tango’s journey through g…
Join Dr Andrew Jamieson, curator of Mummymania: From ancient times to Hollywood blockbuster for an introductory overview and tour of the exhibtion.
Mummymania focuses on the figure of…
Books of hours were personal prayer books widely used by the laity during the late Middle Ages. Illustration was intrinsic to the devotional function of the book of hours, and many were illuminated with beautiful miniatures. The exquisite Rothsch…
As part of Melbourne Knowledge Week we present a panel discussion on the importance of educating for thinking to enable the next generation to mediate social change.