(Re)Visioning the Urban Imagination will address the representations of urban redevelopment by investigating the interplay of aesthetics and politics as it concerns competing imaginations of the transforming city.See more details >
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Announcing the launch of the Association of Print Scholars (APS), a nonprofit members’ group.
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'An Introduction to Art History: Art and War' wokshop- Wednesday 26 November, 6.30-9pm, £5, The Hepworth Wakefield, Gallery Walk, Wakefield, WF1 5AW.See more details >
PostgraduateStudentships has announced details of their PhD Funding Fairs 2014 which will bring together over 25 of the UK’s leading Universities, all with substantial PhD funding to promote.See more details >
The AAH is looking for a part time Education Officer for a one-year term.See more details >
In conjunction with the exhibition POP EUROPE! this symposium reviews the idea of there being a Pop beyond Britain and America, addressing the issues concerning the geographical confinement of Pop Art.See more details >
The Centre for Gender and Women’s Studies, Trinity College Dublin Presents: East-West Dialogue In Art History and Visual Culture, Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
An International Symposium at Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin in association with the Chester Beatty Library, Ireland. Thursday, 13th November 2014. Principal Funding Body: The Irish Research Council New Foundations SchemeSee more details >
'Open For Business: British Industry in Contemporary photography'
7.30pm, 27 October
Speaker: Rodrigo Orrantia
Rodrigo will talk about Multistory's exhibition , 'Open for Business', which documents contemporary British manufacturing. The photographs in the exhibition explore the impact that globalization has had on manufacturing production and process. Click here for details. FREE event, all welcome.See more details >
20th Century Art & Design Movements - free talk for Secondary School students, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Free talk on 20th Century Art & Design Movements, suitable for GCSE, AS & A Level, 17 October 2014, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
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Call for papers for a two day symposium at The Huntington, San Marino, California, 11–12 December 2015See more details >