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This page includes Association for Art History events, as well as other events taking place across the UK and internationally.  Association for Art History events are open to all, including members and non-members, art historians and non art historians.

 

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CFP | Global New Voices: Art, Craft & Industry

18 - 19 November 2020

Call for Proposals for the Association for Art Histoy’s 2020 Global New Voices virtual conference. We invite international postgraduate research proposals that explore Art, Craft & Industry.

CFP | Scottish Society for Art History ‘Art, Landscape and Space’ Study Day

6 February 2021

The Scottish Society for Art History’s study day for 2021 will explore the relationship between art and landscapes and spaces, focusing on artists in Scotland as well as Scottish artists working elsewhere.

CFP | Lockdown Legacy: The Digital Future of the Art and Cultural Heritage World’ Webinar

7 November, 10am - 12pm

The Scottish Society for Art History will host a webinar on Saturday 7 November 2020 to explore the digital legacy of the COVID-19 lockdown on the art and cultural heritage world and the impact it is likely to have going forward.

Call for Papers | Art and Activism in Latin America session at UAAC-AAUC

15 - 17 October 2020

Call for Papers Art and Activism in Latin America session at UAAC-AAUC Universities Art Association of Canada Online Conference – 2020 – Congrès October 15- 17 Octobre, 2020 The theme of this session is art and activism in Latin America. Art and activism are two distinct academic disciplines, but ones which can dialogue and merge […]

Ways of Seeing 2020

Saturday 21 November, 2020

Save the date for this year’s Ways of Seeing event. The Association for Art History’s annual one-day conference for A level students and teachers will again take place at The National Gallery in London. The day includes talks, discussions and workshops on ways of and thinking about art in relation to a specific theme, this year taking war in art and architecture as the central topic, and will include a talk from artist Jeremy Deller.

CFP | Then and Now: Collecting Art and Exhibiting Cultures in Asia Conference

24-25 March 2021

Call for Papers Then and Now: Collecting Art and Exhibiting Cultures in Asia Conference Lingnan University in Hong Kong, 24-25 March 2021 Type: Call for conference papers Date: 7 July, 2020 to 23 November, 2020 Location: Hong Kong Subject fields: Art history, museum studies, visual studies, cultural management, Asian studies

History of Stereoscopic Photography | virtual 3D-Con 2020

14 August 2020

Sessions on the History of Stereoscopic Photography at the Virtual 3D-Con 2020, the National Stereoscopic Society (U.S.) Free to the Public August 14, 2020, 7:30-11:30 a.m., Pacific Time Register here: http://www.3d-con.com/registration.php Join us for a morning of scholarship from an international group of historians of stereography! http://www.3d-con.com/registration.php

How to Write About Art

15 July, 6 - 6.30pm

A recording of this talk is now available to view on YouTube. How do you write about art? Join us on Wednesday 15 July, 6 – 6.30pm for our second online talk in our new series on writing about art. For this event we welcome Jeremy Akerman and Eileen Daly, who set up and run […]

CFP | Updating the Account: Women Artists in Museums and Beyond

15 - 17 October, 2020

UAAC-AAUC Annual Conference Call for Papers Online Conference – 2020 – Congrès Conference Dates: 15 – 17 October, 2020 Session: Updating the Account: Women Artists in Museums and Beyond Submission Deadline: 31 July, 2020 Recent headlines suggest an increase in institutional initiatives to support the work of women and underrepresented artists. The Baltimore Museum of […]

CFP |Women in Abstraction Symposium

Proposals by 19 July 2020

This symposium is organised in the frame of a partnership between the Musée National d’Art Moderne and the Département Culture et Création – Centre Pompidou and the association AWARE: Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions. It is part of the programming in parallel to the exhibition Women in Abstraction. Another History of Abstraction in […]