Events in 2018

This calendar will be updated as new events are announced. If there are any events you are aware of that other APTCCARN Members would find of interest and that are not listed here, such as lectures, workshops, training events, conferences, symposiums, museum openings, etc., please email aptccarn@gmail.com, including links to event pages. 

January

17-28 January | Singapore Art Week, Singapore. 

29-30 January | 2018 Blue Shield Australia Symposium: Cultural Heritage, Climate Change and Disasters, National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia.

February

3 February - 5 March | Manila Biennale, Intramuros, Philippines. 

6-12 February | The Making Connections Program, Melbourne & Sydney, Australia. Events include:

10 February | Raden Saleh's World(s), Lecture by Mikke Susanto, National Gallery Singapore, Singapore. 

March

1-4 March | Art Fair Philippines, Manila, Philippines. 

April

6-12 April | 22nd Southeast Asia-Pacific AudioVisual Archive Association Conference: AV Archiving Beyond Boundaries, Pathumwan Princess Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand. Read a review of the event by AICCM Member Swee Cheng Wong, Conservator, Audiovisual, State Library of Queensland.

May

18 May | International Museum Day.

18 May | National Museum of Natural History Opening, Manila, Philippines.

June

July

3-5 July | Asian Studies Association of Australia Conference, the University of Sydney, Australia. 

August

September

14-18 September | IIC Congress, Preventive Conservation: The State of the Art, Turin, Italy.

October

November

15-16 November | Migrants: art, artists, materials and ideas crossing borders Conference, hosted by Hamilton Kerr Institute, Fitzwilliam Museum, at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge, UK. Submissions due 28 February.

19-21 November | Postgraduate Retreat: Contextualising the thesis in Southeast Asia, hosted by the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre, The University of Sydney, Australia. Submissions due 28 October. The retreat is open to higher research degree students, enrolled at Australian universities, who are researching Southeast Asia.

December

6-7 December | Asia as Method: Transnational Research in the Museum, symposium hosted by the Tate Modern, UK. Submissions due 28 October.