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  1. The story of Rama | Talks & Lectures Lunchtime talk: The story of Rama
    Jun 4 12:45pm Melanie Eastburn, Curator, Asian Art, and Dr Chaitanya Sambrani, Senior Lecturer, School of Art, Australian National University, introduce the new exhibition of Indian miniatures from the National Museum, New Delhi.
    Venue: Orde Poynton Gallery
    Price : Free
  2. NGA Contemporary | Talks & Lectures Streetwise: artist talk
    Jun 16 12:45pm Artist Sarah Contos speaks about her work on display in the NGA Contemporary exhibition. More info
    Venue: NGA Contemporary
    Price : Free
  3. Permanent collection | Talks & Lectures Artist talk: John Young
    Jun 23 12:45pm Australian artist John Young speaks about his work Castiglione's dream, 1995-96.
    Venue: Australian galleries
    Price : Free
  4. Ramayana | Talks & Lectures Ramayana: myths and realities
    Jul 2 12:45pm Dr Richard Barz, retired lecturer, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, discusses the Ramayana story that impacted on political and religious development of societies across South & Southeast Asia. Exhibition info
    Venue: Orde Poynton Gallery
    Price : Free
  5. Permanent collection | Talks & Lectures Artist's talk: Jonathan Jones
    Jul 8 12:45pm Jonathan Jones, artist, curator and researcher, discusses his work from the National Indigenous Art Triennial II.
    Venue: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander galleries
    Price : Free
  6. The story of Rama | Talks & Lectures Hanuman and the monkey army
    Jul 9 12:45pm Claudia Hyles, independent researcher, examines the role of the monkey god Hanuman, known for his courage, power and loyalty, in the Ramayana story. Exhibition info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  7. The story of Rama | Talks & Lectures Three hundred Ramayanas or more?
    Jul 15 6:00pm Dr McComas Taylor, Associate Professor, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific examines the literary tradition of the Ramayana and how the epic retains its relevance and vitality through a process of appropriation. Exhibition
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  8. Colour my World | Talks & Lectures Artists' talks
    Jul 25 10:30am – 11:30am Panel discussion on photography Panel discussion with Colour my world: handcoloured Australian photography artists Micky Allan, Robyn Stacey, Janina Green and Ruth Maddison.
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  9. The story of Rama | Talks & Lectures Lunchtime talk: Indian paintings
    Jul 30 12:45pm Bronwyn Campbell, Asian art, speaks about the diversity of Indian painting styles and conservator Andrea Wise discusses their materials and conservation.
    Venue: Orde Poynton Gallery
    Price : Free
  10. Myth and Magic | Forums Art of the Sepik River Forum
    Aug 7 9:30am – 4:30pm A closer look at the art of the Sepik River with a program of talks from experts on Papua New Guinea art, culture and history. In association with the Oceanic Arts Society.
    Venue: Gandel Hall
    Price : $100, $90 NGA members/OAS members/concession (includes morning and afternoon tea and lunch)
  11. Myth and Magic | Talks & Lectures Curators perspective
    Aug 8 12:30pm A walk through Myth + magic: art of the Sepik River, Papua New Guinea with exhibition curator Crispin Howarth.
    Venue: Temporary Exhibitions Gallery
    Price : Free