Wednesday, 28 April 2010

Bibliography of the History of Art

The Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA) is now available free from the Getty Web site at http://library.getty.edu/bha.

The BHA is a comprehensive bibliography of scholarly writing about the history of western art covering 1990-2007. It includes references to articles from over 1,200 journals. The BHA on the Getty Web site offers both basic and advanced search modules, and can be searched easily by subject, artist, author, article or journal title.

Journals covered include: American art, American art journal , American art review, American Ceramic Circle journal, American ceramics, Architectural heritage, Architectural history,
Art & fact, Art & text , Art and Australia, Art book, Art bulletin, Art criticism, Art history, Art in America, Art journal, Art monthly, Art monthly Australia, Art New Zealand
and lots more!

Thursday, 22 April 2010

New books April 2010

The following books are now on display til Monday 10 May. If you would like to borrow any of them when they come off display, see library staff! Otherwise click on the call no. link to see if they are available.


Jeff Mincham: Ceramics
738.092/MINC




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Art Practice as Research
707.2/SULL





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Menagerie : Contemporary Indigenous Sculpture in Australia
730.899915/MENA






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A Singular Voice: Essays on Australian Art and Architecture
709.94/KERR








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Thursday, 1 April 2010

Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship

The Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship of $60,000 is offered each year by the NSW government, with the generous support of the Helen Lempriere Bequest.

The purpose of the Scholarship is to enable a visual artist at the beginning of their career to undertake a program of professional development for a minimum of 1 year and a maximum of 2 years. The key focus of the program must be international but it may also include national activities. The Scholarship is intended for emerging artists. To be eligible to apply, applicants ust be within the first 8 years of professional practice as a visual artist.

Activities eligible under the program include, but are not limited to:
* study, training or residencies (including short-term courses or workshops), at recognised institutions / organisations;
and / or
* mentorships or internships with recognised professional artists.

As part of the assessment process, a shortlist of up to twelve artists will be selected to participate in an exhibition to be held at Artspace Visual Arts Centre in September 2010.

The winner of the 2010 Scholarship will be announced in September 2010.

CLOSING DATE: 5pm, Monday 3 May 2010

Application forms can be found here.