OCEANIA: from Australia to Easter Island
Part of the permanent exhibition Walks in a World
The Grassi Museum für Völkerkunde zu Leipzig
The Pacific Arts Association (Pacific) invites you to attend a 2-day symposium focused on both the ancient and contemporary connections amongst Austronesian peoples/artists. It will be hosted by the Tjibaou Cul- tural Centre in Noumea, New Caledonia, on 24-25 May, 2014.
Shields of Melanesia
By Barry Craig and Harry Beran
We invite presentations, workshops, papers, roundtable discussions and panel proposals relating to concepts of media practice, presenting case studies of media initiatives both from the region and internationally and providing analysis of recent developments, challenges and successes in the areas of communication and social change. We welcome proposals for exhibitions, film screenings or performances.
The International Dance Council is producing a Who's Who in Dance directory. If you would like to be included, free of charge, please contact the International Dance Council.
This is a strictly non-commercial project, a service to the world dance community. 150,000 addresses from 200 countries have been gathered so far, making it by far the largest dance directory ever compiled. The dance ensembles, schools or persons listed will have much higher chances to be invited to international festivals, conferences and other meetings.
Thursday November 7th, 2013 at the The McCrum Lecture Theater, Cambridge
National Museums Scotland (NMS) in the Department for World Cultures is searching for a Principal Curator working on the collection of Africa, Oceania and Americas (with a preference for expertise in Oceanic collections).