TAASA MEMBERS’ DIARY
DECEMBER 2014 – FEBRUARY 2015
TAASA End of Year Party, Sydney
6- 8pm, Wednesday 3 December 2014
Korean Cultural Centre, Elizabeth St Sydney
Join TAASA to celebrate an active year for the Society and to enjoy good company, refreshments and a viewing of the finalists' works for the the annual Korea-Australia Arts Foundation Prize.
Cost: $25 members; $30 non members
RSVP to Sandy Watson at:
Member Viewing of the Powerhouse Museum’s Asian jewellery collection
Thursday 19 February 2015, 2- 3.30pm
As part of the current exhibition A Fine Possession: Jewellery and Identity, TAASA members will be given a double treat: expert guidance of the Asian jewellery component of this exhibition by Min-Jung Kim, Curator of Asian Arts and Design, plus a trip to the basement to be shown a selection of the PHM’s extensive Asian jewellery holdings including its Japanese comb collection, Chinese jade hairpieces, Chinese toggle collection (probably the largest in the world) and Japanese netsuke.
For TAASA members only and limited to 20 participants.
Cost: $15. RSVP to Jillian Kennedy at email@example.com.
TAASA IN VICTORIA
TAASA Victoria End of Year Party
Thursday 4 December 2014, 5.30 – 7.30pm
East & West Art Gallery, East Kew
Cost: $20 members, $25 non-members.
For bookings and further information on TAASA Victoria events, contact Boris Kaspiev at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0421 038 491.
TAASA members in Victoria have been asked to nominate their priorities for a possible program of events for next year. Further information will be provided once this feedback has been received.
Contact Boris Kaspiev at:
email@example.com or 0421 038 491.
Please note that the Bonhams auction preview & talk in Sydney for TAASA members, advertised for 29 October 2014, has been rescheduled for Wednesday 18 March 2015. Further details to be advised.
Detail of man’s ikat sarong, Trengganu, Malaysia c.1900.
Woman’s embroidered dress, Afghanistan 1965-75
Ceremonial textile, Toraja people, Celebes (Indonesia) c.1900-1920
Palempore, Made for Export Market, India C. 1800
Collection Powerhouse Museum, Sydney