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Please note: The Art Gallery of South Australia is unable to process refunds but can offer a credit for future events if notice of your cancellation is received at least five working days prior to the event. The Gallery reserves the right to cancel events. If an event is cancelled, all registered participants will be notified and full refunds issued.      


Saturday 30 May, 10am-1pm  
Get Smart 2015, Forward and Backward: the Dialectic of Contemporary Art
    
Lecture 5 - The self and others part 2 Two-dimensional portraiture
Lecture 6 - Narratives in two and three-dimensional forms    

Where:  Radford Auditorium  
Bookings Essential  Call 08 8207 7035 or Book Online  
Cost:  $30 non- member / $25 member / $20 student; Season Ticket price (all four weeks) $100 non-member / $80 member / $60 student

Saturday 6 June, 10am-1pm  
Get Smart 2015, Forward and Backward: the Dialectic of Contemporary Art
    
Lecture 7 - Still-life part 1 Objects as expressions of ideas and emotions
Lecture 8 - Still-life part 2 Objects as expressions of ideas and emotions  

Where:  Radford Auditorium  
Bookings Essential  Call 08 8207 7035 or Book Online  
Cost:  $30 non- member / $25 member / $20 student; Season Ticket price (all four weeks) $100 non-member / $80 member / $60 student

Saturday 13 June, 11am – 3pm
Treasure Ships Symposium
Treasure Ships: Art in the Age of Spices is the first major exhibition in Australia which presents the complex artistic and cultural interactions between Europe and Asia from the 16th to 19th century, a period often referred to as the Age of Spices. Join exhibition curators James Bennett and Rusty Kelty and fellow scholars Ian Burnet, Father Warner D’Souza and Joanna Barrkman for a lively exploration of the artistic and cultural interactions between Europe and Asia during the Age of Spices.

All attendees are welcome to post symposium drinks at 3.30pm in Function Room.
Where: Radford Auditorium
Cost: $45, $35 members/concession
Bookings essential: Call 8207 7005 or
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Treasure Ships: Art in the Age of Spices special tour
Follow the spice trail
Various Tuesdays and Saturdays at 2pm
Extend your enjoyment of the exhibition with a ‘spice tour’ of the Botanic Gardens of
South Australia. Botanic Gardens Guides will introduce you to the garden’s exotic collection of spices. A gentle amble for all ages.
Limited to 20 participants per session
Where: Visitor Information Centre, Schomburgk Pavilion, Adelaide Botanic Garden.
Cost: Gold coin donation
Bookings essential: Call 8207 7005 or
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Saturday 27 June 11am & 2pm
Treasure Ships: Art in the Age of Spices workshop
SIPS AND TIPS
Tea, camellia sinensis, originated in China and was prized for its medicinal qualities. For thousands of years artisan tea makers have shaped and styled the leaves of this plant into several distinct types which have conquered taste buds worldwide. Join tea aficionado David Thompson for sessions on the history and art of tea. Teas from various origins will be available for tasting during the talks.
Limited to 20 participants per session
Where: Function Room
Cost: $5 per person
Bookings essential: Call 8207 7005 or
book online 11am Session
book online 2pm Session

Saturday 12 September, 11am and Sunday 13 September, 2pm 
The Great Museum  
A film by Johannes Holzhausen  
The Great Museum offers a peak behind the scenes of the world famous Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna and portrays a public cultural institution trying to maintain its integrity by balancing budgetary issues with competitive pressures. It also introduces the viewer to the complex roles of museum staff, the interdependency of various divisions and the considerable challenges that art museums face in presenting engaging new displays and managing public perceptions. For all aspiring young curators, museums studies students and anybody else who has ever wanted to work in a museum…a film not to be missed!  
Where:  Radford Auditorium  
Bookings Essential  Call 08 8207 7035 or  
Book Online Saturday 12 September, 11am
Book Online Sunday 13 September, 2pm
Cost:  Free