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Procurement of public art and architecture in Melbourne

posted 11.14 in events.

M Pavillion

Monash University Art, Design and Architecture (MADA) generates creatively provocative ideas and forms that examine social, economic and human issues in order to reshape the world. This Tuesday, MADA’s Callum Morton and Diego Ramírez-Lovering...

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Modernism, art and architecture

posted 05.12 in events.

Narelle Jubelin: Vision in Motion teases out some of the historical and theoretical intersections underpinning contemporary art’s engagement with modernist architectural discourses. Join Vision in Motion guest curator Ann Stephen, who will discuss...

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Callum Morton bus tour

posted 08.11 in news.

Not sure how many artists in Melbourne would warrant a bus tour. Meadmore? King? The bus tour organised by Heide on Saturday coincides with Morton’s exhibition at Heide III, which is by his own admission a bit of a theme-park. He jokes in a...

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Callum Morton tour

posted 08.11 in events.

HEIDE FEATURE EVENT ART & ARCHITECTURE TOUR Take a specialised tour with architectural historian Professor Philip Goad to view works by Callum Morton across Melbourne. The tour begins in the iconic Heide II building designed by McGlashan and...

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Callum Morton - In memoriam

posted 07.11 in events.

“Callum Morton is a Melbourne artist with a significant international profile whose works explore the emotional and social impact of our built environment. Known for his transformation of modernist architectural forms, he takes existing...

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Callum's home

posted 10.09 in news.

For those Melburnians who’ve managed to miss it so far, Callum Morton’s Valhalla installation closes on Saturday. Replacing the usual showpiece of the Melbourne Festival, the Spiegeltent, Valhalla is the bombed out three quarter scale...

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Valhalla

posted 10.09 in events.

Callum Morton

from the 2007 Venice Biennale
Friday 9th to Saturday 24th October,
11am till 8pm
Free
Arts Centre Forecourt

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Callum Morton talks

posted 08.09 in events.

6pm, Wednesday, 12th of August
Flentje Theatre, School of Architecture,
University of Adelaide

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ann stephen, diego ramirez-lovering, geoffrey london, karen burns, narelle jubelin, philip goad