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The SAHGB runs an internationally prestigious awards programme celebrating the best in research and publishing in architectural history. This year’s Awards Ceremony will be held virtually on the 6th of December, 2021. Elizabeth McKellar, Professor Emerita of Architectural History at the Open University, will introduce and announce the winners of this year’s SAHBG Awards. Please […]
CFP: Journal of Surrealism and the Americas
Journal of Surrealism and the Americas Special Issue, Surrealism and the 1960s Americas, Fall 2022 Paulina Caro Troncoso, Guest Editor Deadline for abstracts: December 20, 2021 The upheavals that took place across the globe in the 1960s constitute part of the social, cultural and political panorama in which Surrealism’s “later period” was manifested. Yet far […]
CFP: Celebrating the Birth of English and Irish Crystal Drinking Glass, 1640-1702
1 March 2022 Deadline
Celebrating the Birth of English and Irish Crystal Drinking Glass, 1640-1702 Thursday 6 October 2022, V&A Museum Writing the translation of Neri’s The Art of Glass in 1662 Christopher Merret declared that English glassmakers had ‘these twenty years last past much improved themselves’. Similarly, in 1672 the glass-seller John Green claimed that ‘we now make […]
Concerning Photography: Photographic Networks in Britain (c. 1971 to the present)
November 25, 2021
Hear from leading curators, researchers, artists and photographers in the first in a series of events and discussions as we look at photography in the UK in the last 50 years On 14 January 1971, The Photographers’ Gallery opened its doors with The Concerned Photographer, an exhibition that had previously been shown in the United States, […]
Spring School Openness, Tolerance and Sense of Community. Narratives and Realities of Contemporary Societies
March 28, 2022 - April 1, 2022
Spring School Openness, Tolerance and Sense of Community. Narratives and Realities of Contemporary Societies 28.3-1.4.2022, Landschaftspark Duisburg The Spring School aims to question simplistic diagnoses and to analyse which, partly competing, partly complementary, ideas and hypotheses are hidden behind these labels. In three panels we aim to investigate specifically how the humanistic ideals of public […]
Jamaica Making: An International Symposium.
April 14, 2022
This symposium, organised by Liverpool John Moores University in conjunction with the University of Liverpool, UK, supports the ‘Jamaica Making: The Theresa Roberts Art Collection’ exhibition of Jamaican art since Independence in 1962, taking place at the Victoria Gallery & Museum, Liverpool, UK (19th February-9th July 2022). Unlike art from other Caribbean islands, such as Haiti […]
In a New Light: Women, Power and Energy in the Home
November 18 2021
In a New Light: Women, Power and Energy in the Home | Professor Abigail Harrison Moore
Art History Teacher CPD: Identities
November 17 2021 | 4.30 - 6 | Online
Workshop for History of Art and Art and Design teachers interested in the theme of identities in art, design and architecture
Peter Paul Rubens: Painter, Spy, Scholar or Comedian?
November 16 2021
This presentation will examine how Rubens used his art, networks and diplomatic skill to navigate different spheres of identity.
Ways of Seeing 2021
20 November 2021
WAYS OF SEEING 2021 | IDENTITIES IN ART & ARCHITECTURE National Gallery London 20 November 2021 | SOLD OUT!