All funds raised through the auction will go to the David Williams Fund who supports those in need living with HIV/AIDS throughout Victoria.
Date: 03 Oct 2004 - 04 Oct 2004
Artist: Colin Black
An intricate pattern of identical complex cross-rhythms repeat every 30seconds in "118, 120, 122", producing a trancifying effect.
Date: 06 Jun 2004 - 07 Jun 2004
Artist: Haruko Watanabe, Tim Blake
Haruko Watanabe, 21-string koto grand master from Shikoku, Japan
also featuring special guest artist Tim Blake, cello
Date: 03 Apr 2004 - 04 Apr 2004
Artist: Dr Anne Marsh and Dr Scott McQuire
This one-day symposium will explore the basis of the photograph's status as a document and witness to the world, through papers dealing with historical case studies as well as contemporary practice.
Date: 20 Sep 2003
Artist: The School of Art History, Cinema, Classics and Archaeology
Photography has a special relationship to the real world; photographs are often used as 'evidence' and photographers referred to as 'eyewitnesses'.
Date: 20 Sep 2003 - 21 Sep 2003
Artist: Andrew MacGregor& Miho YAMAJI
Melba Hall, Conservatorium of Music
University of Melbourne
Royal Parade, Parkville
Date: 30 Aug 2003 - 31 Aug 2003
Artist: Sophie Raben-Levetzau, Thomas McMahon
"Windows on Church Galleries"
Presents an Exhibition of Paintings by 2 Artists
Date: 04 Jun 2003 - 22 Jun 2003
Artist: TADASHI Tajima & Andrew MacGregor (shakuhachi)
Please enjoy the first day of June with sacred both traditional and
contemporary Japanese music particularly chosen for this beautiful church
Date: 01 Jun 2003
Artist: Dr Fiona Nicoll
Politically engaged qualitative research is the prime casualty of this process, while quantitative research, which takes the nation-state and it’s imagined community of ‘ordinary’ (read white, middle-class and heterosexual) Australians as givens.
Date: 01 Jan 2002 - 01 Feb 2002