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B - Publishing and papers

This appendix shows the National Gallery’s engagement in broader social and cultural discourses on the visual arts, nationally and internationally, through its publishing activities and public and education initiatives and through research published in external publications or presented in other arts and education institutions.

Major publications
Know My Name

Curators/authors – Deborah Hart, Nick Mitzevich Elspeth Pitt, Yvette Dal Pozzo with Kelli Cole and Rebecca Edwards
Month year publication – October 2020
Staff contributors – Natalie Beatie, Renee Joyce, Jennifer Drysdale, Shaune Larkin, Jaklyn Babington, Tina Baum, Rebecca Blake, Roger Butler, Natasha Bullock, Carol Cains, Frachesca Cubillo, Sally Foster, Kira Godoroja-Prieckaerts, David Greenhalgh, Crispin Howarth, Emma Kindred, Anja Loughhead, Simeran Maxwell, Lara Nicholls, Sarina Noordhuis-Fairfax, Annie O’Hehir, Beatrice Thompson, Lucina Ward, Karie Wilson, Annie Zhao, Jessi England
Works from the collection: 76

Botticelli to Van Gogh: Masterpieces from the National Gallery, London
Curators/authors – Sally Foster
Month year publication – March 2021
Staff contributors – Dr Lucina Ward, Bronwyn Campbell, Dr Jane Kinsman, Anja Loughhead, Simeran Maxwell, Nick Mitzevich
Works from the collection: 0

Printed: images by Australian artists 1942 - 2020
Curators/authors – Roger Butler
Month year publication – May 2021
Staff contributors – Deborah Hart, Elspeth Pitt, Yvette Dal Pozzo, Kelli Cole, Rebecca Edwards,
Frachesca Cubillo, Bruce Johnson-McLean, Tina Buam, Sarina Noordhuis-Fairfax, Jaklyn
Babington, Emma Kindred, Johanna McMahon, Nick Mitzevich
Works from the collection: 507

Every Heart Sings – Patricia Piccinini
Curators/authors – Patricia Piccinini, Nick Mitzevich
Month year publication – November 2020
Staff contributors – Jaklyn Babington
Works from the collection: 2

Joan Mitchell: Worlds of Colour
Curators/authors – Anja Loughhead with David Greenhalgh, Nick Mitzevich
Month year publication – November 2020
Staff contributors – David Greenhalgh, Sally Foster
Works from the collection: 357

Artonview
Average readership per issue: 45,303

Issue 103, spring 2020
September 2020
Staff contributors: Jessica Ausserlechner, Jessica Barnes, Kelli Cole, Sam Cooper, Rebecca Edwards,
Terry Harding, Aidan Hartshorn, Peter Johnson, Samantha Jones, Kris Kerehona, Eleni Kypridis,
Nick Mitzevich, Keren Nicholson, Sandra O’Malley, Elspeth Pitt, Sophie Tedmanson, Maryanne Voyazis
Works from the collection: 25

Issue 104, summer 2020
December 2020
Staff contributors: Jessica Ausserlechner, Jessica Barnes, Sam Cooper, Sally Foster, David Greenhalgh, David Hempenstall, Karlee Holland, Bruce Johnson-McLean, Nick Mitzevich, Sandra O’Malley, Sophie Tedmanson, Lucina Ward
Works from the collection: 22

Issue 105, autumn 2021
March 2021
Staff contributors: Jessica Ausserlechner, Jaklyn Babington, Jessica Barnes, Tina Baum, Adriane
Boag, Sam Cooper, Rebecca Edwards, Jessi England, Deborah Hart, David Hempenstall,
Karlee Holland, Shaune Lakin, Nick Mitzevich, Anne O’Hehir, Sandra O’Malley, Elspeth Pitt,
Sophie Tedmanson
Works from the collection: 30

Issue 106, winter 2021
June 2021
Staff contributors: Jessica Ausserlechner, Adriane Boag, Sam Cooper, Yvette dal Pozzo, Rebecca
Edwards, David Greenhalgh, Camilla Greville, Deborah Hart, Aidan Hartshorn, Karlee Holland,
Peter Johnson, Samantha Jones, Nick Mitzevich, Sarina Noordhuis-Fairfax, Sandra O’Malley,
Brooke Shannon, Sophie Tedmanson, Maryanne Voyazis, Andrea Wise, David Wise
Works from the collection: 38

Corporate publications
National Gallery of Australia Annual Report 2019–20
National Gallery of Australia Foundation Annual Report 2019–20

Staff contributions to symposiums, conference and external publications
The following list includes lectures, presentations, opening addresses and other public addresses
such panel contributions and award judging.

Boag Adriane, ‘Trusting community: having the confidence to ask', Australian Museums & Galleries Association National Conference, Australian Museums & Galleries Association,
Canberra, 8-11 June, 2021.

Baum Tina, Virtual Ocean Talk: Tina Baum and Helen Anu, Australian National Maritime Museum,
12 March 2020.

Bullock Natasha, Cole Kelli, Hart Deborah and Pitt Elspeth were co-editors for the Know My
Name publication, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 2020.

Cains Carol, Online Lecture on new Australian Galleries for the Asian Art Society of Australia,
Canberra, 3 August 2020.

Campbell Bronwyn and Howarth Crispin, Discussion on Museum Ethics, Cranlana Executive
Colloquium, 23 September 2020.

Campbell Bronwyn, Online Lecture on Provenance and the colonial body, Canberra School of Art, 1
October 2020.

Campbell Bronwyn, Discussion on Museum Ethics, Cranlana Executive Colloquium, 21 April 2021.

Carrig Anna and Hurst Krystal, ‘Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art at the National Gallery of Australia’, Indigenous Histories and Cultures Teacher Professional Learning Webcast, National Capital Education Tourism Project and Commonwealth Department of Education, Skills and Employment, online, 28 October, 2020.

Cole, Kelli, ‘Emily Kame Kngwarreye’ and ‘Tjanpi Desert Weavers, Kungkarangkalpa (Seven
Sisters)’ in Know My Name, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2020.

Cole Kelli, Curator Floor Talk, Body Language exhibition, Lismore Regional Gallery, 8 October
2020.

Edwards Rebecca, Opening Address, Canberra Potters exhibition, Canberra, 12 November 2020.

Howarth Crispin, (co-editor) Pacific Arts Association Newsletter (Le Harve, France & Canberra, Australia) June 2021 p1-21.

Howarth Crispin, In Memoriam: Harry Beran in Pacific Arts Association Newsletter, June 2021 p.3.

Howarth Crispin, Brett Graham: Tai Moana Tai Tangata Govett Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, Aotearoa 5 Dec 2020 — 2 May 2021 in Pacific Arts Association Newsletter, June 2021 pp.6-8.

Howarth Crispin, Travels of the Lily: from Lake Sentani to the National Gallery in Oceanic Art
Society Journal, Sydney Vol 26, no.2, April 2021 pp.2-4.

Howarth Crispin, Creating Change for Quarter of a Century: The Oceanic Art Society in Oceanic Art
Society Journal, Sydney, Vol 25, no.4, November 2020 pp.2-7.

Howarth Crispin, Creating Change for Quarter of a Century: The Oceanic Art Society in Tribal
magazine issue 97, Paris & San Francisco. October 2020 p.37.

Howarth Crispin, George Craig: Reflections over a Bottle of Negrita Rum in Tribal magazine, issue 96,
Paris & San Francisco. July 2020 pp.106-112.

Johnson-McLean, Bruce, ‘Keynote: Building on the First Nations Roadmap’, Keynote presentation for
the Australian Museums and Galleries Association (AMaGA) Nation Conference’s Regional, Remote and Community Museums Day, National Gallery of Australia, 7 June 2021.

Lakin Shaune ‘Ruth’s point of origin’, in Ruth Maddison et al, Ruth Maddison: It was the best of
times, it was the worst of times (Melb: Centre for Contemporary Photography, 2021).

Lakin Shaune ‘Modern nature’, David Rosetzky: combinations (Melbourne: M33, 2020).

Lakin Shaune ‘Bryan Foong: the ladder is now a…’, Artlink Dec 2020.

Lambert Mirah, ‘Engage with the National Gallery On–site and Online: overview of resources and
program’, Connecting with Canberra Culturals, Museum of Australian Democracy, Online, 25
March, 2021.

Lambert Mirah, ‘Civics, Art and Identity’, Civics and Citizenship Education Resources Teacher Professional Development Web Series, National Capital Education Tourism Project and Commonwealth Department of Education, Skills and Employment, Online, 5-26 May, 2021.

Lambert Mirah, ‘Stories of Australian Art: Art and Civics connections across the Curriculum’,
Reconnecting in the Digital World: Civics and Citizenship Resources and Programs, Museum of
Australian Democracy, Online, 20 October, 2020.

Mitzevich Nick, judge for 2020 Napier Waller Art Prize, Australian War Memorial, Canberra, 10 July
2020, 24 September 2020.

Mitzevich Nick, judge for 2020 Brisbane Portrait Prize, Brisbane, 30 September 2020.

Mitzevich Nick, in conversation with Editor-in- Chief Kristen Galliott for Qantas Magazine’s; The Creative CEO, 12 October 2020.

Mitzevich Nick, opening welcome speech, Rebuilding the visitor economy, VisitCanberra,
National Gallery, Canberra.

Mitzevich Nick, Know My Name – The Last Word online series, in conversation with Julie Ewington,
3 February 2021.

Mitzevich Nick, Know My Name – The Last Word online series, in conversation with Arrernte and
Kalkadoon woman, Hetti Perkins, 10 February 2021.

Mitzevich Nick, Know My Name – The Last Word online series, in conversation with Kelly Gellatly, 24
February 2021.

Mitzevich Nick, officially opened The Ned Kelly Series exhibition, Tweed Regional Gallery, Murwillumbah, 19 March 2021.

Mitzevich, Nick, judge for Living Memory: National Photographic Portrait Prize, National Portrait
Gallery, Canberra, 22 March 2021.

O’Hehir Anne, Opening Address, Davey Barber exhibition for Design Canberra, Canberra
Contemporary Art Space, Canberra, 22 November 2020

O’Hehir Anne, ‘Amos Gebhardt, Small acts of resistance’, Artlink 40:4 December 2020, pp. 34-41.
Pitt Elspeth, ‘Films, drawings, poems and prints: Dušan Marek in New Guinea’ in Dušan and
Voitre Marek: Surrealists ant sea (Elle Freak ed.), Adelaide: AGSA, 2021.

Pitt Elspeth, ‘Print, poetry and the Romantic imagination: Barbara Hanrahan and William
Blake’ in Barbara Hanrahan: Bee stung lips works on paper 1960–1991, (Nicole Brown ed.), Adelaide:
Flinders University Art Museum, 2021.

Reigle Alexandra, & Underschultz Simon, “Ephemeral Survival: Managing Physical and Digital Artist File Collections” in Nelson, Amelia, (editor.) & Timmons, Traci E., (editor.) The New Art Museum Library, Rowman & Littlefield, Maryland, 2021.

Underschultz Simon, ‘Wikipedia Edit-a-thons: A Networked Approach to Community Engagement
and Information Activism’, ARLIS/ANZ 2020: Reimagining the material: artists books, printed
matter, digital transformation, engagement, State Library of Queensland, Sydney, 7-9 May
2014.

Ward Lucina, ‘Sculpture Garden: History and future’, Sydney Sculpture Conference 2020: In Open Air, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, 17 November 2020.

Winesmith Keir, ‘MAPDA Awards 2021 Judging Highlights and Feedback’, Australian Museums
& Galleries Association National Conference, Australian Museums & Galleries Association,
Canberra, 8-11 June, 2021.