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A two-day conference in Birmingham, UK, July 3 - 04, 2015See more details >
Call for Papers: The Institutionalization of Social Practice, College Art Association Annual Conference, February 3-6, 2016 Washington, DC.See more details >
27 April 7.30pm
Jo Melvin, 'Gamekeepers or poachers? Barry Flanagan’s rural turn'
This talk will illuminate Barry Flanagan’s sculptural processes and preoccupation with the hare. Whilst many creatures are part of his iconography the hare remains the most emblematic of his practice. Jo Melvin will explore why this may be so, beginning with folklore and oral histories. Click here for details. FREE event, all welcome.
Application deadline 1 May
Individual and collaborative grants for research-led projects with museums, galleries and arts organisations, towards an event, publication, exhibition or display.
Sotheby's Institute of Art's summer study programme is designed for undergraduates, career changers, study abroad participants and those interested in art and cultural history. This summer the Institute is offering a four-week intensive and immersive European Decorative Art courseSee more details >
AHRC-funded UEA/National Maritime Museum/National Portrait Gallery Collaborative PhD studentship, Portraiture and the British Naval Officer, c.1740-1805See more details >
To commemorate the traditional founding date of Christie’s auction house in 1766, a two-day conference, 14-15 July 2016, will be held at Christie’s King Street, focussing on the theme of 'Creating Markets and Collecting Art'.See more details >
The Wales-based prize invites nominations from individuals working within the global arts community including curators, artists, writers, critics, gallerists and art historians.See more details >
Proposals are invited for the international conference Jheronimus Bosch: His Life and His Work, organized by the Jheronimus Bosch Art Center and the Bosch Research and Conservation Project, April 14–16, 2016, The Netherlands.See more details >