Recent and forthcoming activities
Callen has been elected an FRSA
Callen will be a Visiting Professor at the ANU School of Art, September and October 2017
Callen will speak on Cezanne and on Monet at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, in October 2017
Callen will give a keynote lecture at the ACUADS conference at ANU in September 2017
Callen has just finished filming an episode for the 2017 Series 6 of BBC1's 'Fake or Fortune'
Callen gave an opening Keynote '50 Shades of Grey' at the AAANZ Annual Conference "The Work of Art", Australian National University School of Art, Canberra, December 2016
Callen lectured on Monet's painting techniques in the 1860s at the Kimbell Art Museum in October 2016
Callen has been awarded a Leverhulme Emeritus Fellowship 2016-2018 to research a new edition of her major book The Art Of Impressionism: Painting Technique and the Making of Modernity, for Yale University Press
Callen presented a paper on 'Masculinity, Monstrosity and the Surgeon's Art' in the session Modernism and Medicine at CAA in Washington DC, February 2016
Callen was Visiting Professor at the School of Art, Australian National University, Canberra, during October and November 2015
Callen lectured on Degas and on Monet to the AGNSW, Sydney, Members Arts Society in October/November 2015
Callen appeared in BBC1's 'Fake or Fortune' on Renoir on Sunday July 12th 2015
Callen gave a paper on 'Gris clair and coloured greys' in the Session 'Shades of Grey' at the Association of Art Historians Conference in Norwich in April 2015
Callen presented the Richard R Brettell Lecture, on 'Impressionist Painting Techniques' in the Reves Collection, at the Dallas Museum of Art, Texas, in February 2015
Callen presented a paper on 'The Surgeon's Art (Charles Bell)' at the ANU School of Art Centre for Art History and Art Theory Symposium on 'Art and Mortality' in September 2014
Callen lectured on Neo-Impressionism to the AGNSW, Sydney, Members Arts Society in April/May of 2014
Callen gave a public lecture at the NGV, Melbourne, on 'Impressionist "Plein Air" Painting Techniques', 14th September 2013.
Callen chaired the professional Study Day on 'Degas's Method' at the Glyptotek Museum in Copenhagen, August 2013.
Callen gave a Plenary presentation on 'Impressionist Painting Techniques' at the Japanese AAH Conference, Osaka, May 2013
As a member of the Peer Review Group for the Van Gogh Museum's Research Project, Callen participated in the conference 'Van Gogh's Studio Practice' at the Museum in Amsterdam in June 2013, and chaired the final session.
In March 2013 Callen organised the 'Portrayal and Identity' conference with Ruth Waller and Erica Seccombe (School of Art, CASS/ANU) at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, in conjunction with NPG colleagues; Professor Marcia Pointon was the keynote speaker.
During 2012-13 Callen gave public lectures at the Australian National Gallery of Art, Canberra (2), the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne (2), and Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane.
Callen appeared in BBC1's 'Fake or Fortune' on Degas's Dancer study first televised in September 2012
Callen's paper on 'Degas, Darwin and Masculinity' was delivered at the AAH Conference at the Open University, Milton Keynes, March 2012.
Griselda Pollock, Briony Fer and Anthea Callen organised a Symposium to celebrate the life and work of Rozsika Parker in September 2011, at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London.
As a member of the Peer Review Group for the Van Gogh Museum's research project 'Van Gogh's Studio Practice', Callen attended a meeting at the Museum in Amsterdam in July 2011
Callen was invited attend a professional Study Day on Gauguin at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, in June 2011.
In May 2011 Professor Callen opened the Exhibition of recent paintings by Melissa Becker at the Charles Hewitt Gallery in Sydney.
Anthea Callen served as co-chair and discussant for Dr Tania Woloshyn's Session on 'Medical Media' at the Association of Art Historians' Conference, Warwick University, in April 2011
Professor Callen and Dr Tania Woloshyn co-convened a conference at the American University in Richmond, London, on 'New Directions in Neo-Impressionism' in November 2010.
Anthea Callen was Visiting Professor in Painting at the School of Art, Australian National University, Canberra, February to April 2010.
Callen gave a Master Class on painting techniques in the Series organised during the 'Post-Impressionist Masters from the Musee d'Orsay' exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, in March 2010.
Professor Callen and Dr Tania Woloshyn co-convened the Session ‘Visual cultures of contagion, hygiene and convalescence, c.1740-1940’ at the annual North American College Art Association conference in Chicago, February 2010.