This two-day seminar represents a collaboration between three Subject Specialist Networks; the British Art Network; European paintings pre-1900; and the Understanding British Portraits network. It will explore core challenges in museum practice today – the role of cataloguing, research partnerships, and disseminating research findings.See more details >
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One day conference, Wednesday 12 November 2014, The Old Courtroom, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery.See more details >
The charity Cultural Co-operation currently accepts applications for their bursary-supported heritage skills training programme, Strengthening Our Common Life (SOCL).See more details >
The PCF project, Art Detective, invites more art historians to participate.See more details >
The Research Department at Tate is seeking to appoint an editor to join its Collection Research team, which works to develop and publish new scholarship about artworks in Tate’s collection.See more details >
Kunstlicht invites scholars, artists, designers and curators to examine the possibilities and problems of speculative design.See more details >
The AAH has just become a partner in the Eye the Prize initiative, which promotes opportunities such as funding, internships, collaborations, for those involved in cultural industries, education and the arts.See more details >
Call for Papers - Art History: the formation of the academic discipline in Europe, and related developments in Greece (18th-19th c.)
Call for papers for the Association of Greek Art Historians and the Institute for Mediterranean Studies – FORTH - Academic Forum in Rethymnon, Crete, 3 - 4 October 2014.See more details >
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 >
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 >