The Contemporary Art Society and the Whitechapel Gallery are delighted to offer three curatorial fellowships providing a unique opportunity to undertake substantial research into public collections in England.See more details >
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Institute of Art History, University of Zurich
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Liverpool Hope University is pleased to announce that it has available one AHRC studentship for 2013 entry on its MA Art History & Curating programme for either full- or part-time study.
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Miners’ Institute, Neville Hall, Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne
Date: 14-15 January 2013
31 October 2012
The Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Applications are invited for a bursary to fund research focusing on pre- 1900 European paintings.
The bursary will enable a museum or gallery professional to work for a sustained period on a particular piece of research into some aspect of pre-1900 European paintings (ie continental but not British Art for which there are other sources of research funding) in their organisation’s collection.See more details >
Fri 12 October & Sat 13 October 2012
Hochhauser Auditorium in the Sackler Centre at the V & A
Tower Works Engine House, Leeds
5 October 2012 – 21 December 2013
This conference will bring together artists, curators, historians and museum professionals to explore the history of the artist as museum professionals.See more details >