Called ‘Moving Walls | Opening Doors’ this free open house event, featuring lectures and tours, showcases the dynamism of the Warburg Institute.See more details >
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Call for papers - International symposium: Parent-elles. “Companion, daughter, sister of…”: Women artists, ancillaries of their relations
International symposium organized by the Musée Sainte-Croix, the University of Poitiers (Criham) and the association Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions (AWARE), this symposium will be held in parallel with the exhibition “Belles de jour, femmes artistes, femmes modèles” to be presented at the Musée Sainte-Croix from 18 June to 9 October 2016.See more details >
This free international conference will explore one of the most profound and influential philosophies of art: Hegel’s 1820s ‘lectures on fine art’.See more details >
To coincide with the launch of Huw Wahl’s new film about the 1970s radical art movement Action Space, this one-day symposium, hosted by the Centre for Sculptural Thinking, invites contributions that seek to explore how space – public and civic – can be put into action.
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International interdisciplinary conference
McGill University/Observatoire interdisciplinaire de création et de recherche en musique (OICRM)
Photography and Britishness
November 4–5, 2016
Conference at the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT
A two-day conference looking at the ways émigré sculptors working in Britain have contributed to the development of British sculpture.See more details >
Increase the managerial and leadership capacity in your Art History department through specialised CHEAD training.See more details >
This conference focuses on the interchange of creativity and innovation with the aim to explore what is new, to share ideas, to shape future collaboration between art and science. It aims to articulate a vision for creativity and science, and what we would envision for the future of Artsci.See more details >
The symposium seeks to grapple with “global” modern art history as an emerging field—including its core methodologies and concerns, exciting possibilities, and potential pitfalls.See more details >