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Curators’ Agenda Residency Program, Vienna 2024

Intensive Residency Program for Emerging International Curators organized by DAS WEISSE HAUS in partnership with the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna  Application Deadline: July 20, 2024 The program is designed for five to ten curators, selected via an international open...

CFP | GLOBAL NEW VOICES 2024

Contested/ing (Art) Histories: Memory Through Visual and Material Culture Online conference for PhD students Conference Date: Thursday, 7 November 2024 Deadline: Sunday, 1 September 2024 Traditional historical narratives often present a singular perspective, neglecting the multifaceted nature of the past....

2nd Annual Congress on Midwifery and Women`s Health

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2nd Annual Congress on Midwifery and Women's Health, scheduled to be held during October 22-23, 2024 in Paris, France For more details visit: https://www.meetingsint.com/conferences/women-health If you are available and willing...

Artificial Visions: Navigating the Intersection of AI and Art Libraries

The Art Libraries Society UK and Ireland holds its annual conference at Central Saint Martins in London from the 2nd to the 4th of July. This year we ask how art librarians are adapting in the world of artificial intelligence....

Call for Papers: Hans Coper symposium

Hans Coper: new contexts, new approaches Symposium at Kettle’s Yard, University of Cambridge Friday 25th October 2024 In Spring 2026, Kettle’s Yard will stage a major exhibition of the work of studio potter Hans Coper (1920-1981). Coper was born in...

Panel The Reception of Blackness by Latin Artists and Philosophers in the USA, International Conference “Coloniality, raciality, punishment and reparation in the Americas, 19th-21st centuries”

This panel addresses how Latin artists and philosophers in the United States perceive blackness. Afro-Latinos and Afro-Caribbean’s comprise a quarter of the Latin population residing in the United States. This group is fundamental to understanding the Latin American region and...

The British Academy Summer Showcase 2024

Join us for the Summer Showcase, the British Academy’s free annual festival of ideas, which returns from 12-13 July 2024. Throughout our relaxed Friday Late and Saturday’s family-friendly Showcase, engage with the social sciences and humanities research that is shaping...

Monuments in Conversation: Westminster Abbey in the Eighteenth Century

Exploring the intersections between monuments in the vast commemorative pantheon of Westminster Abbey. This conference brings together experts in the fields of eighteenth-century studies, sculptural studies, and the history of Westminster Abbey. Conversations between the monuments and panellists will yield...

RCP Museum Late: Fortitude

Get creative with crochet, explore our collections and take your last chance to see the ‘Fortitude’ exhibition at our July Museum Late. Book now with Art Tickets Curator tour Contemplate the emotive stories shared in exhibition ‘Fortitude: healthcare workers’ experiences...

AAH SUMMER SYMPOSIUM 2024 | AGENTS OF CHANGE

Agents of Change: Process, Transformation and Decentring Art’s Histories Join us for a one-day symposium of research from emerging scholars in the field with our keynote speaker Christine Eyene, Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Art (Liverpool John Moores University) and Research...

Sunday Social: Sargent’s Madame X and The Art of Taking Risks, Tate Britain

Tate Britain Sunday 7th July 2024 11.00-18.00pm Find out more by clicking here! Join us at Tate Britain for a day of activities exploring the art of taking risks! Celebrating the closing of Sargent and Fashion, this free programme takes...

Beyond the Brushstroke: Ellen Terry as Lady MacBeth, Tate Britain

Clore Auditorium, Tate Britain Wednesday 26th June 2024 18.30-20.30pm Join us for an in-depth exploration of one of Sargent’s most iconic paintings! Zooming in on Sargent’s portrait, Ellen Terry as Lady Macbeth, the event will explore multiple facets of the...

Pose, Power, Practice: New Perspectives on Life Drawing, Courtauld Institute of Art

Thursday 20 June 2024 The Courtauld Institute, Vernon Square, London   Registration details and full conference programme available at: https://courtauld.ac.uk/whats-on/pose-power-practice-new-perspectives-on-life-drawing/. From the sixteenth century to the present, drawing the human body from life has remained a mainstay of Western institutional...

CfP (DEADLINE EXTENDED): Workshopping Future Directions in Impressionism

Region: All Regions Type: Workshop Cost: Free Workshopping Future Directions in Impressionism 5-6 (in-person) & 9 (online) September 2024 Institute of Advanced Studies, University College London Apply online | questions to impressionistfutures@gmail.com What is impressionism now? Who counts as impressionist? Who decides the future of...

Curatorial Conversation – ‘Highlighting Victorian Radicals and the Birmingham Collections’

Event type: ONLINE VIA ZOOM Event dates: 18 June 2024, 5:30PM - 7:00PM Contact: warburg@sas.ac.uk020 7862 8910 Book Now Birmingham Museums Trust Co-CEO Sara Wajid and Curator Victoria Osborne in conversation with Bill Sherman (Warburg Institute Director) and Gregory Perry (CEO,...

Reimagining the RCP building: family workshop

Is it a ‘sausage factory’? Is it a’ battleship’? Is it a napping concrete creature? The RCP headquarters has been called many things – now it’s your chance to reimagine what the building could be. In this special London Festival of...

CFP | Puritan Picture: Vanity, Morality, and Race in Seventeenth-Century Britain – Symposium, Yale Center for British Art and Compton Verney

The middle decades of the seventeenth century in Britain were characterized by radical political, religious, and social change. In this period, an unknown artist created a remarkable painting that spoke to fears and anxieties crystallizing around a perceived increase in...

Call for Papers | A Legacy of Landscape Study Symposium – Yale Center for British Art and Oak Spring Garden Foundation

The Yale Center for British Art (YCBA) and Oak Spring Garden Foundation (OSGF) share a legacy of landscape study rooted in the collections of Paul and Rachel Lambert “Bunny” Mellon. While the Mellons’ collecting practices differed, they both gathered significant...

OPEN CALL | Crossing Over: Women Artists, Abstraction, and Travel in Postwar Rome (1950s-1970s)

Thinking through the nature of individual artistic trajectories, as well as the geopolitical circumstances determining artistic production in Italy of the time, this symposium considers Rome as a transnational contact zone for abstract women artists in the decades following the...

RCP Museum Late: Reimagining the RCP’s brutalist ‘battleship’ architecture

Experience the Royal College of Physicians’ (RCP) Grade I listed home, where brutalist architecture meets centuries of tradition in this London Festival of Architecture event.  Book now with Art Tickets Explore our unique building, discover the development of our architectural design through...
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