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British Archaeological Association Study Day: Opus Anglicanum

Posted 28 October 2015 in External News and Events

The BAA Study Day will examine some of the surviving treasures of Opus Anglicanum in advance of an exhibition devoted to this subject matter, due to open at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2016.

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Conference - Fancy-Fantaisie-Capriccio: Diversions and Distractions in the Eighteenth Century

Posted 23 October 2015 in External News and Events

Fancy-Fantaisie-Capriccio: Diversions and Distractions in the Eighteenth Century, Musée Paul Dupuy, Toulouse, France, 3-4 December 2015.

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Call for papers - Transverberations: Iberian Mysticism in a Global Context

Posted 22 October 2015 in External News and Events

Proposals invited for 20-minute papers in English for a conference on 'Transverberations: Iberian Mysticism in a Global Context', Manchester University, 5-6 February 2016.

 

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Conference - Artists’ Moving Image Practice in Britain: From 1990 to today

Posted 22 October 2015 in External News and Events

A two-day conference on ‘Artists’ Moving Image Practice in Britain: From 1990 to today’ at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, 6-7 November.

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The Huge History Lesson

Posted 22 October 2015 in External News and Events

The Huge History Lesson is asking schools to help students discover how objects can open up our world’s histories.

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Summer Course for the Study of the Arts in Flanders - The Age of Rubens in Context

Posted 22 October 2015 in External News and Events

The aim of this Summer Course is to bring to Flanders, annually, a select group of 18 national and international, highly qualified young researchers.

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Understanding British Portraits - Woburn Abbey study day, 9 December 2015

Posted 15 October 2015 in External News and Events

Understanding British Portraits are pleased to offer this study day which will examine in depth the extraordinary portrait collection of the Duke and Duchess of Bedford at Woburn Abbey.

 

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Scholarship Opportunities - MA in the Art Market and the History of Collecting

Posted 15 October 2015 in External News and Events

Full and partial scholarships available on the one-year MA offered by the University of Buckingham and the National Gallery in association with Waddesdon Manor (Rothschild Collections).

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Fellowship Opportunities - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Posted 15 October 2015 in External News and Events

The Metropolitan Museum of Art annually welcomes a vibrant group of graduate students, museum professionals, and senior scholars from around the world to undertake research and independent study as Metropolitan Museum fellows.

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Call for papers - Creating Markets, Collecting Art: 250 Years of Christie’s

Posted 15 October 2015 in External News and Events

To commemorate the anniversary of the foundation of Christie’s auction house in 1766 a two-day conference will be held at Christie’s King Street, St James's. 

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