Conference Themes

The Eleventh International Conference on The Image features research addressing the following annual themes.

  • Theme 1: The Form of The Image
  • Theme 2: Image Work
  • Theme 3: The Image in Society
  • 2020 Special Focus: Visual Pedagogies: Encounters, Place, Ecologies, and Design

2020 Call for Entries: The Image Conference Pop-Up Exhibition

The Eleventh International Conference on The Image invites conference participants to submit artistic work for entry to the 2020 Image Conference Pop-Up Exhibition. Entries are invited which address the exhibition focus, Visual Pedagogies: Encounters, Place, Ecologies, and Design.

Submission Details

Entries are welcome in the following areas: 1) Visual artworks—photography, prints, drawings, paintings, 2) Short films or videos, 3) Screen-based computer or net art.

Submission Guidelines

Proposals should submitted no later than 8 June 2020. Entries must include the following:

  • Email address
  • Full name
  • Title of work
  • Description of your work (concept, idea, materials)
  • Installation requirements: electricity, amount of wall space (approx. size of the work), mounting materials, etc.*

Entries will be reviewed by 8 July 2020 and applicants will be notified of acceptance via email. Once an entry is accepted, participants must register for the conference.

*Please note: artists are responsible for setting up and breaking down their own works. This includes supplying the materials required to hang, project, or present the work.

Conference Co-chairs

Arianne Jennifer Rourke

Arianne Jennifer Rourke

Associate Professor, Faculty of Art & Design; Deputy Director and Fellow, Scientia Education Academy (SEA), University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Vaughan Dai Rees

Vaughan Dai Rees

Associate Dean, International & Engagement, Faculty of Art & Design, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Kim Snepvangers

Kim Snepvangers

Associate Professor, Faculty of Art & Design; Fellow, Scientia Education Academy (SEA), University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Conference Partner

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