Pacific Islands that have been annexed and occupied by the United States are vital sites for interrogating the forces of colonization—political, economic, scientific, and cultural—and responses to them.
This panel seeks proposals that examine the visual and material culture of the Pacific with an emphasis on how images and objects endorse or resist the United States’ mission of expansion and exploitation.
The Pacific Arts Association Europe is offering an annual scholarship to support the participation of Pacific Islander artists and students at the annual PAA-E conference. The scholarship is for a maximum of €300, in addition to the conference fee and attendance at the conference dinner.
- Pacific Islands students
- Pacific Island artists
The meeting coincides with the exhibition “Thirst for Knowledge meets Collecting Mania”.
Art Residency (all Media), Dec. 2019-Feb. 2020 at MARKK,
This meeting coincides with the exhibition “Thirst for Knowledge meets Collecting Mania”
"The transnational dimension of cultural transformation –migration, diaspora, displacement, relocation—makes the process of cultural translation a complex form of signification".
–Homi Bhabha, The Location of Culture
Dr. Frances C Koya Vaka'uta, Director Oceania Centre, USP, will be delivering the AAPS Epeli Hau'ofa Lecture
Oceania Dreaming: Reflections on Epeli Hau'ofa’s Legacy at The University of the South Pacific
Sunday 24 March 3.30pm - 4.45pm
Cinema A, GOMA
This is a free lecture hosted by QAGOMA and the AAPS. To assist with catering please indicate your attendance.
We are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the PAA XIII Symposium: RESILIENCE: Sustaining, Re-activating and Connecting Culture. March 24 - 28 2019.
Please register at the link below:
The PAA XIII Symposium is hosted by Queensland Museum, State Library of Queensland, Queensland Art Gallery|Gallery of Modern Art and Queensland Performing Arts Centre.