Research on prints: students give presentations on their recent research into aspects of print culture
Leigh Scott Room
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Featured alongside the exhibition "Radicals, slayers and villains" is a half-day research seminar hosted by Associate Professor Alison Inglis. The seminar showcases the exciting work being done on the history of prints and print culture by postgraduate students in the School of Culture and Communication who will present short papers on aspects of their research.
The topics to be covered include Albrecht Dürer’s marketing of his prints presented by Louise Box; the collection of prints by James McNeill Whistler in the National Gallery Victoria presented by Kim Clayton-Greene; Frank Brangwyn's printmaking by Rebecca Edwards; Franz-Xavier Winterhalter's lithographs by Eugene Barilo von Reisberg; and aspects of the English print art market in the 18th century by Kathleen Kiernan. Morning tea is provided.
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