The Paul Mellon Centre, in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery and Film London Artists' Moving Image Network, are looking for proposals for papers from artists, curators and academics to be presented at a two day Conference in November 2015.See more details >
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The Architectural Review seeks contributors for its new History sectionSee more details >
The Department of History, Philosophy and Religion at Oxford Brookes University is pleased to offer a studentship in Image and Representation in Religion in England and Wales, 1700-1900.See more details >
This conference, arising from the INTERREG IV-funded project 1914FACES2014, led by the Institut Faire Faces and the University of Exeter, assesses the legacy of the gueules cassées.See more details >
Call for papers for the third Annual Conference of the Edwardian Culture Network,
University of Bristol, 30th-31st March 2015
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The Sixth Early Modern Symposium of the Courtauld Institute is going to take place on 8 November, and will explore the hand as the means and the subject of representation in Early Modern art and visual culture.See more details >
Proposals welcome for 20-minute presentations on any aspect of the Adams’ oeuvre for a two-day symposium.See more details >
Scholars of art history and visual culture are invited to send abstracts for consideration for the edited volume, Transformative Light: Light Technologies in Art, Architecture and Design.See more details >
(Re)Visioning the Urban Imagination will address the representations of urban redevelopment by investigating the interplay of aesthetics and politics as it concerns competing imaginations of the transforming city.See more details >
Announcing the launch of the Association of Print Scholars (APS), a nonprofit members’ group.
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