Seminards and Symposiums
Finding Our Way: Modern Art, Misery, and the Pursuit of Happiness by David Lubin
David Lubin, the Charlotte C. Weber Professor of Art at Wake Forest University, North Carolina, is the author of several books on American art, society, and popular culture. He discusses how Modern art, born in the Age of Revolution, sprang from a radically new concept in human history - that common citizens had the right to be happy.
Running Hot and Cool: Climate Change in Post-War Art by Dr Anthony White
Dr Anthony White is a lecturer in Art History at the School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne. Here he discusses the artistic transformation that took place in post-war European and American Art.
Guggenheim Collection: 1940s to Now by Dr Valerie Hillings
Dr Valerie Hillings, Curator of the exhibition Guggenheim Collection: 1940s to Now, discusses the curatorial process that she undertook with colleagues at the Guggenheim and the National Gallery of Victoria.
An artist's perspective by Sarah Anne Johnson
Canadian artist Sarah Anne Johnson, represented in the exhibiition Guggenheim Collection: 1940s to Now, offers a unique and humourous insight into the production of two of her recent works, Tree Planting and The Galapagos Project.
The Guggenheim Museum by Lisa Dennison
Lisa Dennison, Director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, discusses the history of the Guggenheim Museum from its beginning as a progressive collection of non-objective art to a growing and evolving international network for cultural exchange.