Richmond University are now accepting applications for their MA in Visual Arts Management and Curating.See more details >
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This congress, to be held in the Netherlands May 7-9, seeks to address issues of ethics in authentication. Besides assuming an educational character, the congress has a goal of fostering international cooperation amongst all the disciplines involved.See more details >
A conference organized by Royal Museums Greenwich that will explore the role of contemporary art outside the white cube.See more details >
The University of California will offer an institute on digital humanities and art history in the summer of 2014. "Beyond the Digitized Slide Library" will provide digital humanities training, instruction, and context for twelve art historians over the course of eight days on UCLA's campus. Apply before 1 March.See more details >
17 January - 30 March
This exhibition at the Photographers Gallery in London received funding from the AAH Museums Bursary to facilitate curatorial research relating specifically to Burroughs photography.
The National Portrait Gallery’s upcoming Study Day for Teachers and Gallery Educators in collaboration with the Imperial War Museum.See more details >
VIEW will explore the multiple facets of art history through debates, talks, film screenings, student presentations, exclusive museum tours and an art book fair. Whether you’re an amateur or an expert, a lover of classical art, Titian or Duchamp, join us for a weekend of looking at art in a different way.See more details >
The workshop will be held at the Wallace Collection on Wednesday 2 July 2014. Those interested in participating should send a short abstract of c.300 words by 31 January 2014.See more details >
Over 100,000 high resolution images including manuscripts, paintings, etchings, early photography and advertisements are now freely available through Wellcome Images.See more details >