This exhibition of 153 works from the National Gallery of Victoria’s collection , supplemented by 130 loans of rare historical objects and contemporary works drawn from Australian public and private collections, will run from 13 November 2020 to 8 March 2021. TIWI also premiers YOYI (Dance), an exciting multi-channel projection video work, which comprises sound […]
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Students of Oceanic Art – future curators and academics – from the Ecole du Louvre in Paris banded together in 2019 and launched an association with a fantastic blog which is named CASOAR (cassowary in French). You can access it in French/English on https://casoar.org/
The National Maritime Museum in Sydney reopens partially and with social distancing. This exhibition featuring artworks by twenty leading Aotearoa New Zealand and Australian contemporary artists provides a deeper understanding to the people and places of the Pacific Ocean. From 22 June to 6 November 2020. www.sea.museum/whats-on/exhibitions/here-kupe-to-cook
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This wonderful exhibition opened in February 2020 and had to close in March due to Covid. Instead of ending in August 2020, it is now reopened until April 2021. PAA-Europe is planning to hold the annual symposium in Leiden in November 2020. The website with English translation is a real pleasure http://www.volkenkunde.nl/en
The former director of the Tjibaou Cultural Center in Noumea succeeds Stéphane Martin, who has been in office as president of the Parisian establishment since 1998. By Roxana Azimi, Le Monde, 26/05/2020 Stéphane Martin’s replacement process was been opened in January, then delayed by the COVID confinement. According to our information, the Kanak Emmanuel Kasarhérou […]
A new museum at the University of Sydney Opening 18 November 2020 The Chau Chak Wing Museum will unite the University’s Nicholson, Macleay and University Art collections under one roof, with new research facilities, engaging programs for the public and learning opportunities for students. www.sydney.edu.au
Uncovering Pacific Pasts hosted by: Powered by Heurist site owner Objects Museums Collection locations About Contacts Welcome to Uncovering Pacific Pasts Objects have many stories to tell. The stories of their makers and their uses, stories of exchange. In the Uncovering Pacific Pasts exhibition, we focus on revealing the stories of how the objects displayed […]
Update: Due to Corona-Covid19 measures, this event, due to be held in November 2020, has been postponed to an alternative date in 2021. We will try and keep you updated as soon as we can.