This conference will develop the study of modern living in Asia between 1945-1990 from transnational perspectives. It will explore cultural flows beyond borders (national, regional and political) that informed notions of modern living, architecture, interior design and public spaces. The keynote speakers are Prof Gyan Prakash and Prof Duanfang Lu.See more details >
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Looking at Art-Language: Artist’s Magazines and Conceptual Art, 1969-1985
University of York, Heslington, York, UK, October 12, 2017
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Call for papers - Summer University Bibliothèque Kandinsky - "PRIMARY SOURCES AT WORK. Art collecting and museums in present time”
The Bibliothèque Kandinsky's Summer University is a Musée National d'Art Moderne/Centre Pompidou research program installed on the premises of the museum. It focuses on modern and contemporary art primary sources: archives, documentary materials (both written and visual), interviews, records as well as new forms of artistic appropriation and documentary production.See more details >
The Leonardo Electronic Almanac (The MIT Press) is inviting proposals from academics, art historians, video game theorists and practitioners, for an issue examining video games in relationship to and within art history.See more details >
This interdisciplinary conference at King’s College London aims to consider the porousness of the early modern body as physiologically, emotionally, and socially constituted, depicted in art, debated in print and played out in a dizzying array of social practices.See more details >
Call for papers - Art of Power: The 3rd Earl of Bute, Politics and Collecting in Enlightenment Britain
A 3 day symposium jointly hosted by The Hunterian and Mount Stuart. Inspired by themes explored in the new exhibition, Art of Power: Masterpieces from the Bute Collection, this event seeks to bring together scholars from different backgrounds to discuss the interplay between art, politics, and collecting in Enlightenment Britain.See more details >
The Dickens Universe announces a special research opportunity for Victorianist faculty and graduate students whose colleges and universities are not currently institutional members of the Dickens Project Consortium. The 19th-Century Seminar is a working group of scholars led by two faculty members affiliated with the Dickens Project. Any “independent” faculty member or graduate student who wishes to attend the Dickens Universe is eligible to apply.See more details >
Programme Announced and Registration Open for Conference 'The Art of the Network: Visualising Social Relationships, ca. 1400 - 1600 (Annual Renaissance Postgraduate Student Symposium, Courtauld Institute of Art).See more details >
An interdisciplinary conference that will explore the notion of the vista in the nineteenth century - VISTAS March 15-17, 2018 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.See more details >
For the first time in 40 years, the major institutions related to the art of Ceroplastics or Wax Modelling will meet again in an International Congress in London, presented at the Gordon Museum of Pathology, Kings College, in collaboration with The Worshipful Company of Wax Chandlers and Madame Tussauds.?See more details >