Introducing a new course for LRBS 2017, History of Colour Printing is taught by Dr Elizabeth Savage of the Institute of English Studies. This interdisciplinary, introductory course provides an overview of colour printing techniques in the West from manual techniques c.1400 through the development of chromolithography in the mid-1800s.See more details >
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The Special Issue of Visual Resources, vol. 32, no. 3-4, “Documentation as Art Practice in the 1960s” (ed. Christian Berger and Jessica Santone) has recently been published. This publication originated as a session at the 2015 AAH Annual Conference.See more details >
Registration is also now open for Bristol Centre for Medieval Studies 2017 Conference, 'Past Futures: Space and Temporality in the Middle Ages', running Friday 3rd - Saturday 4th March 2017. The final program will be announced in the coming week, and we expect to enjoy papers from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, including medieval and contemporary literature, media, anthropology, archaeology, theology, and history.See more details >
Launch of 'The Two Cultures' report from the New Schools Network (NSN)See more details >
An Art Lecture by Nick Nelson - Monday 20th February 2017, 7pm at Thirlestaine Long Gallery, Cheltenham College. This talk aims to explore the fascinating topic of the representation of women in Pre-Raphaelite art, from the subservient anabolic woman, to the catabolic femme fatale; in particular the theme of the fallen woman and unrequited love, drawing parallels with earlier and more contemporary literature, as well as relating the theme to prostitution during the Victorian epoch.
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The Study Day explores Chinese contemporary ink painting and in particular the paintings of the artist Liu Dan which are on display in the Ashmolean Museum until the 26 February. Topics covered include the materials Liu Dan uses and the signification of his calligraphic inscriptions.See more details >
Do you enjoy reading books in economics, social science, humanities? Join our community of book reviewers for Vernon Press.See more details >
This issue of Stedelijk Studies intends to contribute to the historical and critical discourse on the EU and the European integration project in the specific field of the arts since 1992.See more details >
Call For Artwork Submissions - Telling in Full Exhibition, part of the Lancaster Words Festival 2017
As part of the Lancaster Words Festival 2017, we invite you to provide illumination; to look into the textural shadows of literature and pull out something half-glimpsed, or to cast something in a striking new light. Turning the notion of ekphrasis on its head, we are looking for Fine Art re-expressions of literary works of your choice.
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SCATTER! is the 46th issue of the MIT Department of Architecture peer-reviewed journal. The goal of SCATTER! is to investigate the histories of distribution, dissemination, and circulation of architecture and its discourse, as well as imagine the futures of architectural knowledge, media and access to its ideas.See more details >