Memory and Forgetting in Australia: How Art Confronts Postcolonial Struggles with History
November 9, 2010
"Memory and Forgetting in Australia: How Art Confronts Postcolonial Struggles with History" evaluates memory and narrative's ability to bridge cultural difference and work towards reconciliation. The presenter,Carol Schwarzman, is a visual artist and writer on the arts whose work spans 30 years, multiple disciplines and two continents. The lecture, held in Stein Room 129, is in conjunction with the exhibition Margaret Lanzetta: Pet the Pretty Tiger, Works 1990 - 2010 at the Cantor Art Gallery.