The Australasian Network for Asian Art (an4aa) is a group of researchers including academics and curators from Australia and New Zealand working in the field of Asian art and visual culture. The Network and its affiliated listserv serve as a platform to share research, promote events and exhibitions, foster a scholarly community, cultivate interest, and act as a vehicle for advocacy.

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Temple of the Heavenly Queen,

Footscray VIC. 2019, photo by M. Erdmann  

Upcoming Events & Announcements

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7 DECEMBER 2021, 9am-12.30pm | ONLINE EVENT

Graduate and Early Career Researchers working in the field of Asian Art are invited to participate in an informal workshop with colleagues from around Australia on issues in Asian art research. Participants will have the opportunity to present their research and receive feedback from an invited audience comprised of student supervisors, local and international academics as well as professional colleagues from the academic and museum sectors. We welcome researchers from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, including Art History, Curatorship, Fine Arts and Art Conservation. This workshop aims to build the skills of postgraduate students and ECRs by offering an informal space to receive immediate responses to their research in a supportive environment as well as networking opportunities with industry professionals and alumni. IMAGE: Graphic Collage, Bic Tieu

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