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  1. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Talks & Lectures Curator's perspective
    Aug 5 12:45 pm Join Lucie Folan, Curator, Asian Art and curator of the exhibition, for a tour of Stars of the Tokyo Stage. Related info
    Venue: Project Gallery
    Price : Free
  2. Collection: International art | Talks & Lectures Do you prefer
    Aug 7 12:45 pm Lucina Ward, Curator, International Painting and Sculpture introduces the newly-acquired Miro sculpture,Tete et oiseau [Head and bird] 1981, discussing humour, living monsters and Surrealist collage techniques.
    Venue: International galleries
    Price : Free
  3. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Talks & Lectures Stars of Tokyo stage talk series: Lecture 2: Kabuki style
    Aug 7 6:00 pm Shun Ikeda, Senior Lecturer, Japan Centre, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University (ANU) and Director of the ANU Kabuki performance, on classical Kabuki costume and makeup. Related info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  4. Motherwell | Talks & Lectures Partners in print: Robert Motherwell and Ken Tyler
    Aug 14 12:45 pm Julia Greenstreet, Curatorial Assistant, Kenneth Tyler Collection draws on rare documentary photography to discuss the close collaborative relationship between master printer Ken Tyler and Abstract Expressionist Robert Motherwell. Related info
    Venue: Small Theatre
    Price : Free
  5. Stars of the Tokyo Stage | Talks & Lectures Stars of Tokyo stage talk series: Lecture 3: Onnagata
    Aug 14 6:00 pm Dr Wendy Ella Wright, Visiting Fellow, Australian National University Japan Centre tells the true story of Oshichi, her transformation into a Kabuki heroine and the celebrity status of Kabuki onnagata (female role actors). Related info
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  6. Collection: Australian art | Talks & Lectures Feminine visions and visionaries
    Aug 19 12:45 pm Rebecca Edwards, Curatorial Assistant, Australian Prints and Drawings, explores 19th century female artists and subjects.
    Venue: Australian Galleries
    Price : Free