JOB: Juniorprofessur Digitale Provenienzforschung / Digital Provenance, TU Berlin

Junior Professorship – salary grade W1 – for the chair of “Digital Provenance”

Technische Universität Berlin
Application deadline: Jun 15, 2018
[German version below]

Faculty I, Reference number: I-205/18 (starting at 01/01/19 / for a period of 3 years; an extension of three more years / closing date for applications 15/06/18)

Working field
We are looking for candidates with an international profile, who have significant research and teaching experience in the field of Digital Provenance. We are seeking a candidate to lead research toward the objective of developing new digital tools for provenance research. The candidate is welcome to apply this research in any specialized branch of provenance research related to his or her existing expertise. The candidate shall work in cooperation with the current professors at the Institute of Art History and Historical Urban Studies. The professor will teach courses for the Bachelors program “Kultur und Technik”, and the Masters program “Kunstwissenschaft”. The willingness and ability to teach in the English language is a prerequisite. The position entails the supervision of Bachelors and Masters theses as well as Ph.D. dissertations. In addition, the Professor shall take active part in duties related to academic administration. Continue reading “JOB: Juniorprofessur Digitale Provenienzforschung / Digital Provenance, TU Berlin”

Talking Galleries Paris, CGP (Paris May 25, 2018)

Talking Galleries is delighted to share its upcoming

Talking Galleries Paris program

as part of Paris Gallery Weekend 2018.

Friday 25 May, at Centre Pompidou.

Please click on the image for the full programme with complete speaker line-up.

 

CONF: Journée d’étude sur la performance (Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, May 28, 2018)

Les Archives nationales et le département d’études des pays anglophones de l’Université Paris-8 organisent, dans le cadre du programme “Traduire la performance/Performer la traduction”, soutenu par le Labex Arts-H2H http://www.labex-arts-h2h.fr/traduire-la-performance-performer.html, une

Journée d’étude sur la performance, l’archive et l’inarchivable

qui se tiendra aux Archives nationales, site de Pierrefitte-sur-Seine, auditorium, le 28 mai 2018, de 13h30 à 17h.

À partir de cas concrets, archivistes, sociologues et spécialistes du numérique chercheront à s’interroger sur la performance, la traduction et l’archive, en prenant plus particulièrement en compte la question de l’inarchivable et de l’éphémère.

Programme

13h30-14h15
Laurent Ferri, conservateur de la bibliothèque et des archives du musée Condé à Chantilly
« Casse-tête de traductions à propos de la “Witchcraft Collection” à Cornell University »

14h15-15h00
Éléonore Alquier, conservateur du patrimoine, Institut national de l’audiovisuel
« Traduire, transcrire, transmettre : les outils d’appropriation des fonds audiovisuels de l’Ina »

Pause café

15h15-17h00
Table ronde sur la performance, l’archive et l’inarchivable
avec Laurent Ferri, Éléonore Alquier, Arnaud Regnauld (Paris-8) et Celia Bense Ferreira Alves (Paris-8/CNRS), animée par Yann Potin (Archives nationales).

Le deuxième volet de cette journée d’étude aura lieu le 17 septembre 2018, sur le site de Paris des Archives nationales. Il portera sur des questions de mise en scène et d’activation des archives.

Contact:
Clothilde Roullier
Département Éducation-Culture-Affaires sociales
Direction des fonds
Archives nationales, site de Pierrefitte-sur-Seine
59, rue Guynemer
90001 – 93383 Pierrefitte-sur-Seine CEDEX
Téléphone : 01.75.47.20.78
clothilde.roullier@culture.gouv.fr

CFP: In Search of Global Impact of Asian Aesthetics (Delaware, Oct 11-12, 2018)

Call for Applications (due June 8, 2018)

In Search of Global Impact of Asian Aesthetics on American Art and Material Culture

International Graduate Students Workshop (October 11-12, 2018)

The University of Delaware and Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

With the generous support of the Terra Foundation for American Art, the University of Delaware’s Department of Art History and the Winterthur Program of American Material Culture will host a two-day International Graduate Student workshop on October 11 and 12, 2018.  This workshop is part of a series of events in October 2018 to launch the project “In Search of Global Impact of Asian Aesthetics on American Art and Material Culture.” (http://sites.udel.edu/globalaestheticasiaamerica/)

We invite graduate students from a variety of fields, from all regions of the world, to submit a short abstract of a dissertation in progress or a project that: 1) redefines the canon of art history, with a focus on the multidirectional impact of Asian aesthetics on American art and material culture, and/or 2) proposes new interpretations of the transcultural and transhistorical flow of aesthetics that not only redefine the geocultural boundaries of Asia and North America, but also rethink methodological formations of aesthetic emergence.

We strongly encourage proposals that consider the flow of global aesthetics beyond the circulation of objects, as well as those that examine “Asia” and “North America” as discursive structures or cultural constructs in connection with other world regions such as Africa, Europe, South America, among others. In sum: How do design ideas, patterns, and aesthetics travel across the globe, even when objects do not? 

To apply, send a short abstract written in English (300-500 words) and a 2-page CV to: “global-aesthetics@udel.edu” by June 8, 2018.

Applicants will be notified of decisions by July 8, 2018.  Successful applicants will be invited to submit a dissertation chapter or excerpt, or paper, (9000-10000 words), to be pre-circulated and read before the workshop.  Official respondents are: Partha Mitter (Sussex, emeritus), Dorothy Ko (Barnard/Columbia), Lee Glazer (Freer/Sackler Galleries), Marco Musillo (Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz), with the Terra Foundation’s guest critics: Zhang Gan and Chen Anying (Academy of Arts and Design, Tsinghua, Beijing), in addition to the faculty workshop advisors from the Department of Art History and the Winterthur Program of the University of Delaware.

Lodging and meals are provided for invited participants throughout the workshop. Applicants seeking travel support should include in the application a letter demonstrating the need and a budget plan. 

In addition to the Terra Foundation, we thank the following organizations for their support: The University of Delaware’s  Office of Graduate and Professional Education and the Center for Material Culture Studies, with grants from the Unidel Foundation and National Endowment for the Humanities.

Contact:
Vimalin Rujivacarakul
vrujivacharakul@GMAIL.COM
Associate Professor
History of Art and Architecture
Department of Art History
University of Delaware

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CONF: Digital Humanities (Rome, 23-24 May 18)

Rome, May 23 – 24, 2018

DIGITAL HUMANITIES
PER LA PRATICA ACCADEMICA E CURATORIALE | FOR ACADEMIC AND CURATORIAL PRACTICE

VI Giornata Internazionale di Studi Dottorali del Rome Art History Network

A cura di Angelica Federici (University of Cambridge/RAHN) e Joseph Williams (Duke University/American Academy in Rome)

Coordinata da Matteo Piccioni (Sapienza – Università di Roma/RAHN)

 

23 MAGGIO 2018

Biblioteca Angelica
Piazza S. Agostino 8, Roma

14.00 APERTURA DEI LAVORI
Francesca Parrilla (University of Notre Dame/RAHN)
Matteo Piccioni (Sapienza – Università di Roma/RAHN)

Introduzione
Angelica Federici (University of Cambridge/RAHN)
Joseph Williams (Duke University/American Academy in Rome)

14.20 SESSIONE I. L’investigazione storica tramite le Digital Humanities
Chair: Silvia Tita (National Gallery of Art, Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts)

14.35 Jorge Jiménez (Universidad de Salamanca),
La digitalizzazione dei manoscritti medievali. Alcuni rischi e vantaggi

14.55 Alberto Faria (Universidade de Lisboa),
Between light and shade: Present and future of the Collection of Prints – University of Lisbon, Faculty of Fine-Arts

15.15 DISCUSSIONE

15.30 PAUSA CAFFÈ

16.00 SESSIONE II. La digitalizzazione degli archivi e la tutela del patrimonio culturale
Chair Valeria Vitale (University of London)

16.15 Dario Haux (Universität Luzern),
Sul paradigma della preservazione del nostro patrimonio globale con l’informatica digitale

16.35 Ji Young Park (Technische Universität Berlin),
Digital provenance research for Asian art: revealing an object’s past, reconstructing its discourse

16.55 Martina Massarente (Università degli Studi di Genova),
La piattaforma virtuale del DIRAAS (Unige): applicazione informatiche per la storia della critica d’arte e la fotografia

17.15 DISCUSSIONE

17.30 CONFERENZA
Caroline Bruzelius (Duke University)

18.15 RINFRESCO

 

24 MAGGIO 2018

American Academy in Rome
Via Angelo Masina 5, Roma

14.00 SALUTI
Lindsay Harris (American Academy in Rome)
Ariane Varela Braga (Universität Zürich/RAHN)

14.10 SESSIONE III. L’Interazione tra le Digital Humanities e l’oggetto storico artistico
Chair Bissera Pentcheva (Stanford University/American Academy in Rome)

14.25 Kelly E. McClinton (Indiana University),
The resting satyr: a digital exhibit in augmented

14.45 Leonardo Impett (Digital Humanities Institute, EPFL),
Notation, alienation and operationalisation in digital Art History

15.05 DISCUSSIONE

15.20 PAUSA CAFFÈ

15.50 SESSIONE IV. Le Digital Humanities nel mondo dell’editoria
Chair Allison Levy (Digital Scholarship Editor, Brown University)

16.05 Giuditta Cirnigliaro (Rutgers University),
The digital reconstruction of Leonardo’s library: revealing formal patterns in Early Modern thought

16.25 Olga Hajduk (Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences),
The power of tools. Reflection on digital art history possibilities in relation to research on Early Modern sculpture and creating art objects catalogues

16.45 Stefania de Vincentis (Università di Ferrara),
Gli archivi digitali come strumento per l’audience development. Elementi dal tavolo di lavoro su ICT e Cultural Heritage della Commissione Europea 2017

17.05 DISCUSSIONE

17.20 TAVOLA ROTONDA
Le Digital Humanities e la conservazione del patrimonio culturale
Giacomo Massari (TorArt, Carrara)
Isabella Baldini, Giulia Marsili, Lucia Orlandi (Università di Bologna)

17.50 CONCLUSIONI
Angelica Federici (University of Cambridge/RAHN)
Joseph Williams (Duke University/American Academy in Rome)

18.00 RINFRESCO

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CFP: The Art Museum in the Digital Age (Vienna, 10-11 Jan 19)

Vienna, Österreichische Galerie Belvedere
10. – 11.01.2019
Deadline: Jul 31, 2018
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Call for Papers: The Art Museum in the Digital Age

The foundation of innovative, future-oriented museum work is a continuous reflection of its institutional conditions and the questioning of the role of museums in the 21st century. This interdisciplinary symposium is devoted to an art-historical and media-theoretical debate on the systemic changes in the art museum type caused by the universal presence of the digital: Equally at stake are questions of institutional as well as public- and object-related variables.

Traditional core areas of a museum’s mission such as collecting, preserving, researching, educating, and exhibiting are increasingly permeated by digital expansions. Media transformations are promising the opening of museum walls and the barrier-free exchange with an increasingly diverse audience. The latter’s individual as well as collective experience of an art museum is also subject to fundamental alterations and adaptations. Continue reading “CFP: The Art Museum in the Digital Age (Vienna, 10-11 Jan 19)”