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Today's date is Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts
 November 2019
Friday 22
13:00 - TALK - Friday Talk: Stilling Life - The Self-Portrait as a Vase with Flowers Website | More Information
How do artists negotiate objectivity and subjectivity when representing the self? Join art historian Emily Brink for this talk examining the connection between self-portraiture and still-life, with an emphasis on the work of artist A.M.E. Bale (1875-1955). Emily Brink is an Assistant Professor in the History of Art at the University of Western Australia. Her research focuses on eighteenth and nineteenth-century art, with an emphasis on identity, globalization, and cross-cultural exchange. UWA Campus Partner: School of Design
Saturday 23
9:30 - EVENT - Creative Travel Photography : Learn from Master Photographer and National Geographic finalist Website | More Information
Everybody who travels wants to return with stunning memories of the people and places they have experienced. Learn how to capture great travel images with one of Australia’s top travel and photo tours photographers, Nick Melidonis and ensure the time you spend on travel is reflected in high impact photography. This inspiring and fun course is for those wanting to record their personal journeys and capturing powerful images of people and landscapes to share with friends and family or for books, prints and exhibitions. Nick Melidonis is one of Australia’s foremost photographers and photo educators for over two decades. A Master Photographer with five gold bars; he was named number two in the world in 2016 in ‘Nature’ (landscape and wildlife) in the prestigious World Photographic Cup winning a silver medal. He was also a finalist in the National Geographic 2016 'Travel Photographer of the Year'. Nick is one of only three photographers to have won the 8’AIPP Australian Landscape Photographer of the Year' three times.

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