A conference organized by Royal Museums Greenwich that will explore the role of contemporary art outside the white cube.See more details >
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Proposals are invited for papers to be presented at a two-day conference in July 2014, jointly organised by the British Museum and the Courtauld Gothic Ivories Project.See more details >
A two-day conference at the University of Leeds, supported by the Henry Moore Foundation.See more details >
The workshop will be held at the Wallace Collection on Wednesday 2 July 2014. Those interested in participating should send a short abstract of c.300 words by 31 January 2014.See more details >
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.See more details >
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.See more details >
“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.See more details >
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.See more details >
16 November 2013
Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Proceeded by Art History in the Pub in Leeds, 6-8pm on 15 November
Keynote Speaker: Jeremy Howard (University of St Andrews)
This one-day conference turns attention to the geo-political struggles, revolutions and cultural recalibrations that artists and art historians have championed, challenged and negotiated as imperialism and colonialism weakened their grip and took on new forms.
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Beyond Control – The Collaborative Museum and its Challenges
Stockholm, 1-3 December
The overarching goal of NODEM 2013 – Beyond Control is to highlight and investigate a variety of challenges that museums and other culture-historical institutions are facing in an increasingly digital, and media saturated, landscape.
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