Edited by Leon Wainwright (Open University) and Kitty Zijlmans (Leiden University), issue 5 of the Open Arts Journal brings together contributions from academics, artists, curators and policymakers from the English- and Dutch-speaking Caribbean and their diasporas, to explore the theme 'Sustainable Art Communities: Creativity and Policy in the Transnational Caribbean'.See more details >
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Iheap is a post graduate institute for research and experimentation in art. It represents the educational branch of the Biennale de Paris. Iheap offers to its researchers an unprecedented course of study that aims to liberate them from the inherited ideas of 20th century art history. It proposes to them an inquiry into the crucial issues of 21st century art, the history of which is now unfolding and in which they might eventually participate.See more details >
A brand new conference addressing the impact of crime and theft in the arts and cultural sector launches at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, NewcastleGateshead, on Friday 11 November.See more details >
Throughout history and across cultures people have set up statues in public spaces - to honour rulers, to reward benefactors, to worship gods and goddesses or simply to admire. This 2 day conference brings together leading historians, art historians and archaeologists to discuss the role played by public statues in historical cultures ranging from ancient China to modern Turkey, from Palmyra to Georgian England.See more details >
Culture Comms exists to help cultural and heritage PRs share insights, ideas and interesting stories.See more details >
A Dialogue on Science and Arts: Beauty of the Universe
By Prof. Michael Green (Cambridge), Prof. John Barrow (Cambridge), Prof. Martin Kemp (Oxford) and Prof. Steve Miller (UCL)
The Max Weber Foundation and the Historisches Kolleg are inviting applications for the third time for the International Research Award.See more details >
The five-day course is being offered, upon invitation by the Courtauld Institute Law Society, by the Institute of Art & Law, a UK-based educational organisation that has been offering art law courses for twenty years. The course will focus on the legal issues related to the art world, as well as ethics.See more details >
How do artists of African and Asian descent in Britain feature in the story of twentieth century art? The Now & Then, Here & There conference will address the understated connections between black British artists’ practice and the work of art’s relationship to modernism.See more details >
Call for Papers - Symposium: “Who Does the Museum Belong to?” – Questions and Prerequisites Regarding Museum Mediation in the Global Context
With the aim of studying and disclosing the existing structures in museums and responding to the growing diversity and heterogeneity in the ways of life exhibited in society, the symposium “Who does the museum belong to?” will think about new forms of mediating art and showing/illustrating cultural expressions and artefacts.See more details >