This one-day symposium which is being held in conjunction with the Georgiana Houghton: Spirit Drawings exhibition will bring together a range of artists, curators, art historians and historians of spiritualism to explore the connections between art, spiritualism and creativity in the nineteenth century to the present day.See more details >
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A Dialogue on Science and Arts: Beauty of the Universe
By Prof. Michael Green (Cambridge), Prof. John Barrow (Cambridge), Prof. Martin Kemp (Oxford) and Prof. Steve Miller (UCL)
Call for papers for a special edition of parallax, an international peer reviewed journal of philosophy and cultural theory, on the subject of performative iteration and afterlife (Nachleben) understood as the way in which performance or art works stage or inscribe the future in the present.See more details >
The Max Weber Foundation and the Historisches Kolleg are inviting applications for the third time for the International Research Award.See more details >
The five-day course is being offered, upon invitation by the Courtauld Institute Law Society, by the Institute of Art & Law, a UK-based educational organisation that has been offering art law courses for twenty years. The course will focus on the legal issues related to the art world, as well as ethics.See more details >
How do artists of African and Asian descent in Britain feature in the story of twentieth century art? The Now & Then, Here & There conference will address the understated connections between black British artists’ practice and the work of art’s relationship to modernism.See more details >
Call for Papers - Symposium: “Who Does the Museum Belong to?” – Questions and Prerequisites Regarding Museum Mediation in the Global Context
With the aim of studying and disclosing the existing structures in museums and responding to the growing diversity and heterogeneity in the ways of life exhibited in society, the symposium “Who does the museum belong to?” will think about new forms of mediating art and showing/illustrating cultural expressions and artefacts.See more details >
Essays are sought for a proposed collection exploring the links between Victorian political sartorial style and metaphors and analogies of clothing in political thought of the period.See more details >
The Annual Conference of the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand will be held in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 1–3 December 2016. The conference will be based at the Australian National University, with additional events hosted by the National Gallery of Australia and the National Portrait Gallery.See more details >
This symposium explores artistic projects, past and present, which have sought to put space-into-action, and presents an opportunity to explore different approaches to the dynamics of activating space in art and culture. This event includes a film screen of the awarding winning film Action Space (Huw Wahl).See more details >