These resources support educators to better understand contemporary art and culture, and encourage the exploration of teaching through art. Suitable for teachers of all levels, curricula, and disciplines, as well as pre-service educators.
From Ladies at Leisure to Internet Avatar: Women in the Arts in China
WATCH: This talk discusses the position and representation of women in the visual arts in Mainland China, from the late Qing dynasty to the present day, within the context of sociopolitical change and an evolving cultural debate.
China 1980s: Art in the Age of Social Transformation
WATCH: This talk explores crucial issues that transformed Chinese society, perspectives, and art in the 1980s
From Representable Object to Representing Subject: Women in the Modern and Contemporary Art of India
WATCH: Providing a background of representation of women in visual culture in India since the 19th Century and the Women's Movement in the 1970s, this talk traces the emergence of a feminist subjectivity in the arts of India.
Pearl River Delta: From World Factory to Cultural Community
WATCH: This talk introduces the PRD’s unique cultural, political, and economic background, and its development of contemporary art
Towards Modernism: Art of India from 1950 to 1990
WATCH: This talk explores concepts central to modernist artistic practice in India between 1950 and 1990
Vietnam: The Making of the Modern and the Contemporary
WATCH: This talk unpacks and examines modern and contemporary art in Vietnam in relation its colonial history.