On 16 July, Helen is presenting in a forum associated with the exhibition of photographs by Olive Cotton and Max Dupain at the Ian Potter Museum of Art. All welcome. More information here.
In late July Helen will be opening the exhibition Miriam Stannage: Survey 2006-2016 at Lawrence Wilson Gallery in Perth. The book Miriam Stannage: time framed, edited by Lee Kinsella, will be launched at the same time.
Helen’s review of The Lives of the Great Photographers by Juliet Hacking is published in the latest ABR.
Helen is the speaker at the opening of The ONE Project and Fringe Dwellings at Photoaccess in Canberra on Thursday 25th February.
The Childers Group is hosting a special forum entitled Vision and support: what’s planned and what’s needed for the arts in the ACT region? To be held on February 24 at Gorman Arts Centre. Helen will be joined on the panel by Paul Daley, Chris Endrey and Jenni Kemarre Martiniello. The emcee is Genevieve Jacobs. Tickets are available here.
Helen will be speaking at the AGNSW symposium ‘Trafficking images: histories and theories of photographic transmission‘, held to coincide with the exhibition The photograph and Australia. The full day symposium will be held on Saturday 18 April 2015.
Helen will be speaking at the Gallipoli Gelibolu symposium, at the AGNSW on 22 May 2015.
Professor Helen Ennis will be presenting a paper entitled Death and Excess: The work of Australian contemporary artist Fiona Hall at the Association of Art Historians conference at Sainsbury Institute for Art, UAE, Norwich, 9-11 April 2015.
Helen will be speaking alongside Shaun Wilson and Jan van Schaik at La Trobe Art Institute’s Terrains of Memory symposium, 17 March 2015.
Helen has been elected as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities, one of the highest honours in Australia for achievement in humanities. There is a news item on the ANU news web site.