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Free London lecture by Julian Bell author of "Mirror of the World - A New History of Art"

Posted 9 January 2014 in External News and Events

A free lecture by painter and author Julian Bell at Working Men's College in Camden London, Tuesday 14th January 7pm.

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Breese Little Prize for Art Criticism

Posted 2 January 2014 in External News and Events

The aim of the prize is to support, encourage and provide a platform for young writers of art criticism. Entrants must be aged between 18 and 26 or in full-time education.

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Conference: The Visual Arts and Music in Renaissance Europe

Posted 23 December 2013 in External News and Events

A free symposium on 18 January at the Courtauld Institute in London for postgraduate and early career scholars of all disciplines to present research and explore through open-minded discussion aural and visual experience in Renaissance culture and historiography.

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Kent Postgraduate Conference in Aesthetics, 25-26 January 2014

Posted 19 December 2013 in External News and Events

Papers will be presented from a range of perspectives on a range of topics in aesthetics and the philosophy of art, including literature, music, representation, photography, contemporary art, the aesthetics of everyday life, ugliness and the sublime.

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Mellon Centre Research Lunches, Spring 2014

Posted 17 December 2013 in External News and Events

This is a series of informal events, held at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art in London, where individual doctoral students and scholars talk for half-an-hour about their projects, and engage in animated discussion with their peers.

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Mellon Centre Research Seminars, Spring 2014

Posted 16 December 2013 in External News and Events

This series of research seminars, held at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art in London, features papers given by distinguished historians of British art and architecture.

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AHRC Council Member Appointments 2014

Posted 28 November 2013 in External News and Events

The AHRC is seeking to fill four vacancies on its governing Council in September 2014. The deadline for receipt of applications is: 16 December 2013.

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CFP: Sights and Frights: Victorian Visual Culture, Horror and the Supernatural

Posted 18 November 2013 in External News and Events

“Sights and Frights” is a one day interdisciplinary conference at the University of Sussex, aimed at both academics and post-graduate students, whose aim is to explore and interrogate cultural cross-currents between nineteenth-century visual culture, science and social practice, particularly where these concern attitudes to, and instances of, the supernatural and horrific.

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CFP: “Curating Art History”: Dialogues between museum professionals and academics

Posted 14 November 2013 in External News and Events

 A colloquium at the Barber Institute of Fine Arts on 7th-8th May 2014 organised by the Department of Art History, Film and Visual Studies at the University of Birmingham in conjunction with the Journal of Art Historiography.

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AICA Annual Lecture with Dawn Ades

Posted 6 November 2013 in External News and Events

Art historian Dawn Ades will talk about how contemporary practices engage with the History of Art.

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