Transfigure: Learning in Cultural Environments
When: Thursday 28 September 2017, 1pm-5.30pm
Where: The University of Queensland Art Museum
James and Mary Emelia Mayne Centre (Building 11), University Drive, St Lucia, Brisbane
Cost: $60 full registration
$50 concession (Museums Galleries Australia Members / Regional Galleries Association of Qld Members / Volunteers / Pensioners / Students)
$25 SPECIAL OFFER - UQ Museum Studies Students
This is an annual industry seminar presented by M&G QLD in partnership with The University of Queensland Art Museum and The University of Queensland Museum Studies Program.
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Confirmed presenters include:
Dr Holly Arden, Senior Education Manager, University of Queensland Art Museum
Dr Holly Arden is Senior Education Manager at UQ Art Museum, where she oversees the Art Museum’s academic and public engagement, and assists with creative program development. She has lectured in Curatorship and Art History at UQ, Monash University and RMIT, and has worked in a number of curatorial roles, most recently for Federation Square, Melbourne. Holly’s research and writing focuses on participatory art and the public. She is currently writing on the recent films and video installations of North American artist Natalie Bookchin.
Athena Cabot, Artist Eduator, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Athena Cabot is an Artist Educator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) and has been coordinating the Museum’s School Subsidy Program since late 2015, supporting students and families from low socioeconomic backgrounds to access MCA creative learning experiences and to become confident and ongoing museum visitors.
Terry Deen, Head of Learning, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art
Terry will be moderating the panel discussion with all presenters.
More information will be available shortly.