November 29 – 30, 2018
Deadline: May 28, 2018
In recent years the field of art research has become wider and polymorphous. There are at least two reasons for this. The first concerns the development and strengthening of artistic research in art academies since the late 1990’s. Today artistic research has become an umbrella term that covers all kinds of art research, especially research that concerns contemporary art.
The other reason is a consequence of structural changes in the universities and their curricula. Through these changes traditional disciplines have been merged into one another, transformed or constituted together with nearby disciplines. At the same time, practically-oriented and specific study programs that serve working life, for example curatorial studies, have become more general and increased in numbers within universities. Amongst these developments there have also appeared changes in methodologies and theoretical apparatus. Continue reading “CFP: Connoisseurship in Contemporary Art Research (Helsinki, 29-30 Nov 18)”
Western Colorado University offers a new M.A. course
This professional Masters in Gallery Management & Exhibits Specialization accredited degree program (MGES) teaches to all of these fields, and can help you or someone you might know to take it to the next level.
The MGES offers a highly flexible, low-residency M.A. in 15 months full-time (with 2-4 year part-time options), with online coursework and very affordable state-university tuition. Applications are currently being accepted for the 2018-19 academic year. Competitive scholarships are also available. Foster a passion for the Art World!
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Heather S. Orr, Ph.D.
Program Director, Master in Gallery Management & Exhibits Specialization
Western Colorado University
Jeffrey Taylor, Ph.D., AAA
Grosland Director, Master in Gallery Management & Exhibits Specialization
Quigley Gallery Director
Western Colorado University
Reference: Western.edu (April 20, 2018)
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The DFK Paris’s extensive scholarship program enables young researchers to conduct research in France and to exchange their topics with the DFK team of researchers.
The German Center for Art History (DFK Paris) awards two annual grants (from September 2018 to August 2019)
The grants are mainly geared toward PhD and postdoctoral students in art history whose research projects are related to French art or art history. International candidates may apply. The candidates will be selected by the DFK Paris. Continue reading “STIP: 2 Annual Grants (DFK Paris; 09/18 – 08/19)”
VISART IV “Where Computer Vision Meets Art”
4th Workshop on Computer VISion for ART Analysis
In conjunction with the 2018 European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV)
Cultural Center (Kulturzentrum Gasteig), Munich, Germany
Munich, September 09, 2018
Deadline: Jul 9, 2018
Following the success of the previous editions of the Workshop on Computer VISion for ART Analysis held in 2012, 2014 and 2016, we present the VISART IV workshop, in conjunction with the 2018 European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV 2018). VISART will continue its role as a forum for the presentation, discussion and publication of computer vision techniques for the analysis of art. In contrast with prior editions, VISART IV will expand its remit, offering two tracks for submission:
1. Computer Vision for Art – technical work (standard ECCV submission, 14 page excluding references) Continue reading “CFP: Where Computer Vision Meets Art (Munich, 8-14 Sep 18)”
Deadline: Sep 15, 2018
The new issue of ARTis ON will focus on ART & POWER. These theme is related to both present and past, which raises numerous questions that transcend cultural and temporal boundaries.
In a dynamic of reciprocity, but also of great paradox, the relation between art and power can be as alliance but also as contestation, given the power and communicational effectiveness that art, in its various domains, holds. From fine arts to architecture, through music, theater, literature or cinema, it is therefore essential understand the context in which each work of art is created and displayed, as well as the impact on public opinion and society, on a transtemporal approach that considers all its period of existence. Continue reading “CFP: ARTis ON 7, Issue: Art & Power”
Real Colegio Complutense at Harvard University
RCC Conference Room
26 Trowbridge St.
April 30, 2018
Roads, Routes and Networks: Visualizing Art Historical Information
Digital Humanities Colloquium
Space and movement have always been fundamental for art history, through concepts such as center and periphery, roads for global exchange, or the experience of travel, among others. Geographical Information Systems are transforming the traditional ways to visualize these disciplinary discourses about dissemination, innovation and evolution. Continue reading “CONF: Roads, Routes and Networks (Cambridge, 30 Apr 18)”
Trading Paintings and Painters’ Materials 1550-1800
The National Museum of Denmark
Ny Vestergade 10, Copenhagen
June 21 – 22, 2018
A two-day Technical Art History conference
The focus of the conference will be on the emerging international markets and their implications for the artistic production in Early Modern Europe (1550-1800), in particular in relation to the trade in paintings and artists’ materials.
Please visit the conference website for information and registration: https://www.cats-cons.dk/conference-2018/
PROGRAM Continue reading “CONF: Trading Paintings and Painters’ Materials (Copenhagen, 21-22 Jun 18)”