10 July 2019
Painting Politics Symposium
Painting Politics, supported by Politico-Aesthetics Research Centre (PARC) Faculty of Arts & Faculty of Creative Industries, The University of Auckland, Dame Jenny Gibbs, and The Chartwell Trust and organised by gallery artist, Simon Ingram, will be a two-day symposium event to explore the intersection of aesthetic experience and political thought. Contributions will be made by scholars and theorists in conventional academic formats as well as pairings of practitioners and theorists who will undertake focused discussions and panel sessions. Gallery artists, James Cousins, Simon Ingram and Hugo Koha Lindsay are included in the line up of speakers.
To register for this free event, see here. The symposium runs from 26-27 July hosted at the Auckland Art Gallery.