Seminars and Workshops
Be enlightened by the University of Melbourne's outstanding collections.
Introduction to the University of Melbourne Archives collections
11:00am Saturday and Sunday, Dulcie Hollyock Room, ground floor, Baillieu Library
Genealogical gems at the University of Melbourne Archives
2:00pm Saturday and Sunday, Dulcie Hollyock Room, ground floor, Baillieu Library
How to make a Herbarium specimen
2:30pm–3:30pm Saturday and Sunday, Sonenberg Lab, Room 112, 1st floor, Natural Philosophy Building
Revealing the collections: art and visual culture at the University of Melbourne
Elisabeth Murdoch Lecture Theatre A, Sunday 29 July, 10:30am-12:00 noon; 2:00pm-4:00pm
The Art History Program in the School of Culture and Communication is hosting a program of lectures titled Revealing the collections: art and visual culture at the University of Melbourne. This program of lectures will showcase some of the rich collections of art and visual culture held at the University of Melbourne. In addition to one of the largest art collections in Victoria, the University houses collections in such diverse areas as classics and archaeology, international Indigenous cultural material, decorative arts, 20th century poster designs, public sculpture and artists' archives. Come and listen to a series of lectures by art historians, educators and students, who will give their insights into the history and significance of their favourite collections.
For more information and session times, please download the printable program.
For further information on collections and events, please download the Cultural Treasures Festival 2012 brochure