A series of talks by art-world representatives on art dealing, auctioneering, museum curatorship, art journalism, art law, and heritage managementSee more details >
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The TEMPLA workshop is principally aimed at young pre- and postdoctoral researchers in the ambits of history of art, history and liturgical studies.See more details >
Call for applications - Durham University Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies Library Fellowships
Durham University invites applications from postdoctoral researchers for visiting fellowships within the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies.See more details >
California State University, San Bernardino invites applications for a full-time tenure-track Assistant Professor of Egyptology/Egyptian Studies.See more details >
Call for Content – Sequitur, Boston University Department of History of Art & Architecture graduate student journal
Sequitur, the Boston University Department of History of Art & Architecture graduate student journal, invites current graduate students in art history and related fields to submit content for the Spring 2015 issue.See more details >
UCL Department History of Art invites proposals for 20 minute presentations on the theme of 'self-knowledge' in early modern images.See more details >
The aim of this symposium is to consider new research which may serve to contextualise Victorian design generally, and the work of Dresser specifically.See more details >
This conference will compare, contrast and juxtapose recent scholarly approaches to the art of religious women from approximately 1250 to 1550.See more details >
The Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present invites proposals from scholars and artists on the relations between the public—broadly conceived – and contemporary visual, literary, performing, musical, and media arts.See more details >
Pre-book now for conference visits: Holkham Hall or Norwich Cathedral or Historic Walking Tour. Plus an exclusive 'taster' tour of Francis Bacon and the Masters. Click here for details.See more details >