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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Call for Papers - George Scharf and the emergence of the museum professional in nineteenth-century Britain
A one-day participatory workshop concerning the emergence of the museum professional in the nineteenth-century, to be held at the National Portrait Gallery, London, on Tuesday the 21st April 2015.See more details >
Call for papers for issue #2 of Stedelijk Studies on the theme – ‘Re-writing or Re-affirming the Canon? Critical Readings of Exhibition History’See more details >
Art History Fellowships are offered for PhD candidates, postdoctoral researchers, and senior museum professionals interested in furthering their scholarly research within one of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's curatorial departments.See more details >
University of Kent, Canterbury
Internships: great work experience or exploiting the unpaid? This seminar will explore the issues surrounding internships through a series of talks from speakers in the museum sector, those who have undertaken internships, and through a round table discussion. Organised by the AAH Museums & Exhibitions group, but open to all.
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 >
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 >