The Arts

Professor Helen Ennis
11
Apr

Helen Ennis appointed Dobell Chair

Professor Helen Ennis has been appointed to the Sir William Dobell Chair of Art History in recognition of her work and excellence as an art scholar, writer and curator.

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01
Apr

Sex lives of Australians a winner

Associate Professor Frank Bongiorno’s book on Australian sexuality has been awarded the 2013 ACT Book of the Year.

Detail from 'The Joy of Sanskrit' e-text cover.
25
Mar

Sanskrit gets tech savvy with new e-text

New technology is breathing life into Sanskrit, the language of classical Indian art, literature and religion, with the publication of a Sanskrit electronic textbook.

Derek Wrigley.
12
Mar

Total design

A new book details the legacy of iconic ANU designer Fred Ward.

Sculpture from Deductions.
12
Mar

Man vs wild

Local artist Roman Stachurski is searching for the balance between humankind and the environment.

Korean dancers
07
Mar

Perks and perils of being a national treasure

If you thought Miss Universe competitions or child beauty pageants were grueling, spare a thought for South Koreans vying to become a ‘National Treasure’ in the traditional performing arts scene.

15
Jan

Skull discovery helps better understand human ancestry

The discovery of five different skulls of hominins outside of the Afro-tropical region have helped paint a better picture of our ancestral history, says Professor of Biological Anthropology Colin Groves.

17 year old Malcolm Newland has been offered a place in the Bachelor of Music degree at the ANU School of Music.
07
Jan

High number of ACT school leavers offered spots

Close to 600 ACT school-leavers have received an early offer to study at ANU through the Universities Admissions Centre’s early January round.

Virginia Dawson
07
Jan

University Medals for history and linguistics students

Two students from the College of Arts and Social Sciences were awarded University Medals for outstanding work on their honours theses last year.

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02
Jan

Student competes in international comp

School of Music student Campbell Diamond was one of 16 guitar students from around the world selected to compete at an international guitar competition in Japan last December.

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