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Join us for a lecture by Associate Professor Claire Roberts on the exhibition ‘Modern Chinese Painters in the Traditional Style’, held at the University Art Gallery, Melbourne in 1974, an early and rather impressive effort to promote the appreciation of Chinese painting in Australia.
Join Adjunct Professor Ross Burns, Ancient History, Macquarie University, Sydney for this keynote lecture on Aleppo and Palmyra - How monuments were weaponised in the Syrian conflict as part of the Syria: Ancient History - Modern Conflict.
Join us for an illuminating symposium looking at the University’s past research projects in Syria and the contribution they have made to our understanding of the archaeology of this historically important area, while suggesting new methods of object based research and preservation.
Featuring music and dance notation, from Medieval manuscripts to graphic notation of the 1960s, with paintings, prints and performance videos, The Score investigates the many ways these forms can be performed and represented. Join Potter Curatorial Manager Jacqueline Doughty as she journeys through The Score; a fascinating look at music and dance translated by local and international artists from around the globe.