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General Email: admin@taasa.org.au

Membership: Gill Green: admin@taasa.org.au  

TAASA, PO Box 996, Potts Point, NSW, 2011 AUSTRALIA

The TAASA Review Journal: Editor: Josefa Green: editorial@taasa.org.au

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TAASA Committee

Gill Green - President
Art historian specialising in Cambodian culture.

Ann Proctor - Vice President
Art historian with a particular interest in Vietnam.

Todd Sunderman - Treasurer
Former Asian antique dealer, with a particular interest in Tibetan furniture.

Dy Andreasen - Secretary
Has a special interest in Japanese haiku and tanka poetry.

Siobhan Campbell
Lecturer, Indonesian Studies, Sydney University with an interest in Balinese art.

Josefa Green
General editor of TAASA Review. Collector of Chinese ceramics.

Boris Kaspiev
Private collector of Asian art with a particular interest in the Buddhist art of the Himalayan region.

Min-Jung Kim
Curator of Asian Arts & Design at the Powerhouse Museum.

Natalie Seiz
Assistant Curator, Asian Art, AGNSW with an interest in modern/contemporary Asian Art.

Christina Sumner
Former Principal Curator, Design and Society, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.

Margaret White
Former President and Advisor of the Friends of Museums, Singapore, with special interest in Southeast Asian art, ceramics and textiles.

TAASA Ambassador

Jackie Menzies
Emeritus Curator of Asian Art, Art Gallery of NSW. President of TAASA from 1992 – 2000.

State representatives

AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

Melanie Eastburn
Curator of Asian Art, National Gallery of Australia.

QUEENSLAND

Russell Storer
Curatorial Manager, Asian and Pacific Art, Queensland Art Gallery.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

James Bennett
Curator of Asian Art, Art Gallery of South Australia.

VICTORIA

Carol Cains
Curator Asian Art, National Gallery of Victoria International.



Earthenware jar, Khmer, Cambodia, c.1100-1200

Rotan basket, Kenyah Dyak, Borneo 1900-1920

Collection Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

Wrapping cloth (fukusa), Osaka, Japan, 19th century

Collection Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

Chinese Porcelain bowl, Jia Jing, China, 1522-1566

Collection Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

 
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