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Ever considered how technology might promote discrimination or impair our ability to make shrewd decisions? Or wondered how an AI doctor might diagnose illness just through listening?
These, and a host of other questions, are considered as part of the next interdisciplinary forum in our ongoing series, as we engage with a pressing concern of our time – the theme of ‘machine.’View More
Video: Up from the Vaults with Professor Ian McLean
Gordon Bennett at the Potter
In 1993, Gordon Bennett was an artist-in-residence at the University of Melbourne. At the time, he had only been out of art school for four years but was already making waves. Always highly productive, Bennett was also very experimental during this early part of his career. This talk by Professor Ian McLean will discuss Big Romantic Painting: Apotheosis of Captain Cook, a large major painting completed by Bennett during the 1993 residency, along with Bennett’s two-part exhibition of installation art at the Potter titled Mirrorama.View More
Perhaps more than ever, we’re being shown that the arts make a vital and meaningful contribution to what it means to be human. With this in mind, we are determined to continue to share our work with you as part of our strong and heartfelt belief that the arts matter and make a difference.
Staying at home? The Potter team is busy finding ways to bring our treasures to you during these strange and challenging times. In response to the restrictions of both our closure and the COVID-19 situation, we’re moving our Inside Out program from the real world to the virtual world.View More
Great Sporting Land
From 20 August 2019
Google Arts & Culture launched Great Sporting Land – the first dedicated celebration of sporting culture on Google Arts & Culture. Collections, stories and knowledge from over 30 renowned institutions across Australia, including the Potter.View More