Gods, Ghosts & Men: Pacific arts from the National Gallery of Australia

Gods, Ghosts & Men
10 October, 2008 – 11 January 2009
Pacific arts from the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

 
Gods, Ghosts & Men draws exclusively on the National Gallery’s little known collection of traditional Pacific sculpture. The Pacific arts collection was initiated in 1968 with field collecting activities by Sir William Dargie in Papua New Guinea and in 1970 by Jean-Michel Charpentier in Vanuatu.

Association of Art Historians (AAH) 35th Annual Conference

Association of Art Historians (AAH) 35th Annual Conference 2009: Art History and its Global Provinces
 2-4 April, 2009
A day-long panel to be held as part of ‘Intersections’
Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

To be chaired by:
Adele Tan, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London: Wei.tan@courtauld.ac.uk
Leon Wainwright, Lecturer in History of Art and Design, Manchester Metropolitan University: L.Wainwright@mmu.ac.uk

2nd ANNUAL 2008 PIKO at KEAUHOU, Indigenous Visual Art Exhibit

2nd ANNUAL 2008 PIKO at KEAUHOU
10 - 14 October, 2008
Outrigger Keauhou Resort, Kona, Hawai’i

Indigenous Visual Art Exhibit

2008 Sponsors: Outrigger Hotels, Hokulia, County Product Enrichment Program (CPEP), and The Keomailani Hanapi Foundation (KHF).

Outrigger Keauhou Resort in the Kahalu’u ballroom in Kona, Hawai’i
October 10, 6 – 9 PM
Opening Reception

October 11-14, 10 AM – 6 PM
Gallery open daily

1 – 5 PM
Daily art demonstrations

Altogether: Contemporary Papua New Guinea Art, East-West Center Gallery, Honolulu, HI

Altogether: Contemporary Papua New Guinea Art
29 June – 5 September, 2008
East-West Center Gallery, Honolulu, Hawai‘i

Guest Curator: Dr. Jacquelyn Lewis-Harris

Featured Artists:
Timothy Akis, Jakupa Ako, Wkeng Aseng, Wendi Choulai, Ruki Fame, Elisabet Kauage, Mathias Kauage, Gigmai Kundun, Watu Lopo, Benny Moore, Joe Nalo, Simon Novek, Larry Santana, Taba Silau, Albert Susuve,WakiWaikali, JaneWena, Cecil KingWungi

Jordan Wright (1958-2008)

It is with great sadness that we inform our members of the untimely and sudden death of Jordan Wright, publisher of the Pacific Arts Association Journal.  Beginning in 2006, Jordan revived our publication and with his staff helped us produce seven issues. His enthusiasm and commitment to the Pacific Arts Association was intertwined with his love for the arts and cultures of Oceania.  We deeply mourn his passing and send our condolences to his family.

PAA at CAA, 2010: Call for Session Proposals

Pacific Arts Association at College Art Association
Call for 2010 Session Proposals for February 10-13 in Chicago
Deadline: August 25, 2008


PAA is an affiliate society of the College Art Association (CAA), the primary national professional organization in the United States whose members are committed to excellence in the practice, teaching, and research of and about art, art history, and related disciplines.