Juliette Peers

Juliette Peers is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Architecture and Design in RMIT University in Melbourne.

Her interests span both classical art history (covering design and applied art as well) and contemporary art/design Widely published as a classical art historian in Australia, as well as British and North American publications including Pre-Raphaelite Sculpture and the Dictionary of Women Artists, also published many essays relating to contemporary art and feminist studies in Australia. Specialist areas of interest include women’s history, fashion, dolls, women artists, nineteenth century sculpture.



A fanfare of failures
20 Jun 2016 | POPCORN |  
tags: failure, films, talent
Why have so many recent films celebrated artistic and sporting failures?


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