Lectures

  • Many Voices Create

    How can Indigenous methodologies be at the heart of art writing? How can personal and political histories Indigenise art criticism to generate a sovereign framework of engagement?

  • an4aa Curatorial 6-Pack Series!

    Natalie King on Reversible Destiny: Australian and Japanese contemporary photography exhibition held 24.8.2021-31.10.2021 at the Tokyo Photographic Art Museum.

  • “Reversible Destiny”

    Artists in “Reversible Destiny” look at what it means to make photography now, in a time of global upheaval, human fragility and uncertain future…

  • “Reversible Destiny” International Online Symposium Program 2

    Artists in “Reversible Destiny” look at what it means to make photography now, in a time of global upheaval, human fragility and uncertain future…

  • “Reversible Destiny” International Online Symposium Program 1 

    Artists in “Reversible Destiny” look at what it means to make photography now, in a time of global upheaval, human fragility and uncertain future…

  • MONSU Women in Leadership Panel

    The MONSU Women’s department will be running a panel event tailored towards furthering the aspirations of women-identifying students studying at our Caulfield Campus.

  • Presentation of Katarina Pirak Sikku’s artwork Agálašvuođa giesaldagagat

    The artist Katarina Pirak Sikku presents the artwork Agálašvuođa giesaldagagat at Karolina Rediviva in Uppsala, and meets the curator Natalie King for a conversation.

  • Art and Cultural Research Post 2020: Where to from here?

    This workshop is a forum for SOAD artists and researchers to discuss and share ideas, experiences and plans for how we can meet new and existing research challenges.

  • In Conversation Yuki Kihara & Natalie King

    Yuki Kihara is exceptionally creative, habitually outspoken and unassailable in addressing some of the most urgent issues of our times. In September 2019

  • APARN 2020: Rebordering the Archipelago

    APARN 2020 is a regional exchange of artistic enquiry to activate regional solidarity in our fields.

  • VIRTUAL: 2020 Global Asia/Pacific Art Exchange

    Presented by the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at NYU in collaboration with the School of Art and Design at the Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makau Rau (AUT University) and Vā Moana Research Cluster.

  • The Pandemic is a Portal

    Panellists: Professor Dr Amareswar Galla, Bose Krishnamachari, Professor Ute Meta Bauer and Professor Natalie King

  • Sara Cluggish & Pavel S. Pyś

    On 11 April, 2019 CoVA was pleased to host Sara Cluggish (writer & curator) and Pavel S. Pyś (Walker Art Centre, Minneapolis) while they conducted a Curatorial Masterclass for staff and students.

  • Artworld Talk, Spaces of Interaction: Developing Platforms and Making Communities

    What challenges do local institutions face when it comes to engaging with—and answering to—different community registers, starting with the local and emanating outwards towards a broader, global public?

  • Spaces of Interaction – Art Basel Hong Kong Conversations

    What challenges do local institutions face when it comes to engaging with—and answering to—different community registers, starting with the local and emanating outwards…

  • 2018 Conference – AAANZ

    RMIT University School of Art will host the 2018 AAANZ conference in December 2018 to open critical dialogue on the histories of art by examining the social contexts of aesthetics and…

  • 2018 AICA International Congress Taiwan

    This year’s AICA Congress theme is “Art Criticism in the age of Virtuality and Democracy”, and it addresses key issues concerning the role of art criticism in an age increasingly defined by …

  • MTalks Creative collaboration and collectivity in the Asia Pacific region

    Following on from the opening of The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial (Brisbane), join curator Professor Natalie King in conversation with regional luminaries including Elia Nurvista…

  • In Conversation: Jumaldi Alfi and Ugo Untoro

    Jumaldi Alfi and Ugo Untoro are leading Indonesian artists and members of a dynamic art community based in the central Javanese city of Yogyakarta. Join the artists for a conversation about their work…

  • SUPERPOSITION: Equilibrium & Engagement

    Join us for a special presentation by internationally renowned artists, Tiffany Chung (Vietnam/USA) and NS Harsha (India) who are participating in the…

  • MTalks—Macau Days: Brian Castro & John Young in conversation with Natalie King

    Macau has undergone major shifts over the past 500 years. From merchant port of refuge and gateway for Jesuit missionaries to a 20th-century modernist Portuguese province—it…

  • MTalks Biennial Lab: Rethinking Public Space

    In the spirit of experimental activations of public space and the arrival of Public Art Melbourne’s inaugural Biennial Lab at the Queen Victoria Markets, listen to this MTalks event…

  • Tracey Moffatt In Conversation with Natalie King

    Tracey Moffatt Australia’s Representative at the 2017 Venice Biennale In Conversation with Natalie King, Curator Art Gallery of New South Wales Tuesday 24 May 2016

  • Tracey Moffatt in Conversation with Natalie King, South Australia

    In Conversation with Natalie King, Curator Radford Auditorium, Art Gallery of South Australia Thursday 12 May 2016

  • MUMA Boiler Room Lecture: Raqs Media Collective

    MUMA in partnership with AsialinkArts and IMA are pleased to co-present a keynote lecture by Raqs Media Collective members Monica Narula and Shuddhabrata Sengupta.

  • Natalie King – What makes a great photograph?

    Natalie King is a curator and writer with a special interest in photography. She is the Director of Utopia@Asialink, University of Melbourne.

  • Hou Hanru in Conversation, April 2013

    On the eve of the 5th Auckland Triennial, Natalie King interviewed internationally renowned biennial curator Hou Hanru via Skype…

  • The Lemuria forum at the Melbourne Festival

    The utopian idea of Lemuria is an imaginary, submerged landscape hugging the shoreline between Australia and India. This hypothetical…