One of the most powerful things about art is the multiplicity of knowledge it leads us to. As part of the international group exhibition at MUMA, Shapes of Knowledge, brings together 8 projects from across the globe to reflect on the different platforms, spaces and time frames in which knowledge is produced and shared. Join editor Shelley McSpedden and contributing writer Dr Danny Butt as they discuss the education turn, arts relationship with knowledge, the place of knowledge in Indigenous cultures and research, and the often contentious relationship between art and research, and art school and university. The talk will be moderated by Melissa Ratliff, Curator – Research, Monash University Museum of Art.
This is an Auslan interpreted program.