Join us for the second in a four-part Art and Ethics seminar series, presented by the Victorian College of the Arts and the School of Culture and Communications. In this seminar, we explore the role that live animals play in contemporary art practice, in both the visual and performing arts. The panel includes Victoria Lynn, Director of TarraWarra Art Museum, and co-curator of the current Pierre Huyghe exhibition, a show that contains bees, ants and spiders; Professor Peta Tait, author of a number of works on live animals in performance, including 'Wild and Dangerous Performances: Animals, Emotions, Circus' and member of the Human Rights and Animals Ethics Research Network; and Dr Seth Dunipace, animal welfare scientist and farmer, Fulbright Scholar and friend of the pig. Hosted by Dr Kate Read more →
5:30pm Tuesday 13 October 2015
Art Auditorium, Southbank, VIC (map)

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