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treasure Ships LECTURE SERIES

University of Western Australia (UWA) Institute of Advanced Studies
Lecture Series FREE | Lecture attendees receive discounted exhibition entry

6pm, Wednesday 21 October
Theatre Auditorium, University Club of Western Australia
View from the Shore: the cultural impact of globalization on Indonesia during the Age of Spices

A public lecture by James Bennett, Curator of Asian Art, Art Gallery of South Australia and co-curator of Treasure Ships: Art in the Age of Spices.

James Bennett

6pm, Wednesday 4 November
Theatre Auditorium, University Club of Western Australia
Shipwrecks of the Roaring Forties

A public lecture by Corioli Souter, Curator, Department of Maritime Archaeology, Western Australian Museum and Adjunct Lecturer in Archaeology, The University of Western Australia.

Corioli Souter

6.15pm, Thursday 12 November
AGWA Theatrette
The Spice of Faith: Jesuits and the Arts and Emotions of ‘Accommodation’

A public lecture by Yasmin Haskell, Cassamarca Foundation Chair of Latin Humanism, The University of Western Australia.

Attendees at this final lecture in the series will be able to purchase discounted tickets to an exhibition tour with AGWA Director Stefano Carboni before the lecture (5pm-6pm).

Yasmin Haskell


Visit the Treasure Ships website for more details.


AGWA Talks

Graham Miller
2pm, Saturday 21 November | FREE

AGWA's annual program dedicated to displaying the work of Western Australian artists, WA Focus showcases recent and new work by WA artists, selected to represent a mix of gender, experience and medium.

Graham Miller is one of Western Australia's most important photographers. He is known for his richly atmospheric images that combine cinematic vision with the eye for subtle detail of a short story writer.

Please join us as Graham discusses how he composes narratives in his series, and how he builds individual works.

Graham Miller

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