Following on the launch of its second issue, the Open Arts Journal is holding its second research seminar, ‘Pavilions, Art and Biennial Culture’. This will take place at the Open University’s Camden Office, from 6:30 PM on 27 May 2014.See more details >
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The Courtauld together with the Trustees of the Caroline Villers Research Fellowship, has established a Research Fellowship in memory of Caroline Villers.See more details >
Call for papers for an International symposium organised by Tate Research Centre: Asia-Pacific, London and the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo.See more details >
Proposals for contributions are welcomed for two-day event, 5-6 March 2015, organised by the Paul Mellon Centre, the National Gallery, and Birkbeck, University of London.See more details >
Call for papers for the forthcoming Renaissance Society of America 61st Annual Meeting, Berlin, March 26-28, 2015.
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International Symposium - 'Enlightened Princesses: Caroline, Augusta, Charlotte, and the Shaping of the Modern World'
An international symposium at Hampton Court Palace, 7 - 9 July 2014, bringing together eminent academicians and museum scholars to examine themes pertinent to exhibitions which will open in 2017 at the YCBA and in London.See more details >
A new study from American think tank Ithaka S+R looks at how art historians' research practices are evolving in the digital age.See more details >
The Bruce Museum Interpretive Fellowship provides an opportunity for mentored professional development, working closely with the Executive Director, Deputy Director, and Director of Education on educational programming for a major international traveling exhibition that will be presented in four galleries over six months - Northern Baroque Splendor: The Hohenbuchau Collection from the Liechtenstein Museum, Vienna.See more details >
The University of Manchester and the National Gallery, London invite applications for a fully funded AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award PhD studentship: ‘Making a Market for Art: Agnew’s and the National Gallery, 1850-1944’.
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Funded AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award, University of York and Tate Britain.See more details >