AAANZ 2022 Conference
The AAANZ Annual Conference for 2022 is prompted by the idea of ‘DEMONSTRATIONS.’
For some this might raise the idea of political advocacy in relation to Indigenous land rights, the global pandemic, climate crisis, and social injustice. For others it might provoke questioning of traditional demonstrations of art history: the exhibition, the catalogue, the curator, and physical artworks. For yet others it may evoke the idea of thinking through making and its connection to conceiving artistic practice as research. How might we re-conceive our disciplines in light of these concerns, and demonstrate our disciplinary role as advocates for re-thinking our histories, and engagement with communities, institutions, and other spaces?
This Conference will take place live between 1 and 3 December. Recordings of all the week's keynotes, panels and other events will be made available after the Conference, The recordings are available only to those who registered for the Conference. For more information on these recordings, visit here.
Acknowledgement of Country
The conference organisers acknowledge the people of the Kulin Nations who have been custodians of this land for thousands of years. We acknowledge the First Peoples deep and ongoing cultural practices, stories and knowledge of Country and pay our respects to Elders past and present.