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During the Conference, we will be updating this page with news and announcements from the Conference Organisers, speakers and audience members. 


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Announcement by Conference Organising Team

We have just sent an email to everyone registered for AAANZ21 with instructions on how to access the Conference's panels, keynotes and other events.

This email includes the passcode that will protect all sessions.

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Our email was sent to everyone who registered up until midnight, Sunday 5 December. If you registered on Monday 6 December or Tuesday 7 December, don't worry - we will send this email again on Tuesday and Wednesday morning.

Announcement by David Challis

Please join us for a brief presentation on the new book by author Dr David Challis followed by a discussion moderated by Associate Professor Christopher Marshall.

Wednesday 8th December at 1.00pm using Zoom details:

Join from PC, Mac, iOS or Android:

Password: 653402

About the book:

Foreign Currency Volatility and the Market for French Modernist Art examines how the collapse of the French franc in the decades following the First World War activated powerful ‘push’ and ‘pull’ economic forces that compelled French art collectors to monetise their collections while simultaneously elevating the purchasing power of international art collectors.

David M. Challis, Ph.D. (2019), The University of Melbourne, is a postdoctoral researcher and sessional teacher in the Art History program at that university. His research distinctions include the 2020 Paul Mellon Centre Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Paul Mellon Centre for studies in British Art.

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Announcement by Conference Organising Team

If you are in Sydney, please join us to watch the closing remarks & prize announcements in person, at Sounds, the Chau Chak Wing Museum café.

There will be food and drinks supplied, supported by The Power institute.

Space is limited, so register now!

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