Deadline: 1 March 2019
The concept of luxury is associated with ideas of excess (luxus) or even worse immodesty (luxure). An infamous example involving Cleopatra dissolving a priceless pearl and swallowing it encapsulates some common associations between luxury and immorality, or luxury as intrinsically linked to the idea of waste.
Continue reading “CFP: Recycling Luxury Conference, Friday 5th July 2019, Christie’s, London”
To celebrate the annual conference of the College Art Association held in New York City this year, Christie’s Education and The International Art Market Studies Association (TIAMSA) cordially invite you to a reception on Thursday, February 14th 2019, from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.
TIAMSA supports the understanding and study of art markets of all periods and geographic areas and encourages research by providing a platform for networking, gatherings and information exchange open to scholars, students and professionals alike.
RSVP by emailing us by 14 February 2pm (NY time) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, February 14th, 2019 | 5:30 – 7:30pm|
Christie’s Education, New York
1230 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10020
We are delighted to announce that Christie’s Education, New York is looking to add an Associate Professor to their team!
ideal candidate would have an eclectic mix of art market professional
and/or academic experience and interests. The responsibilities are many
but generally include
Teaching: Assist to further
develop and implement educational multidisciplinary art business curriculum
Act in educational and professional advisory capacity for MA students
including course work, thesis research and professional development
Public Speaking: Through active public engagement, expand the footprint and visibility of the Art Law and Business MA program
Publishing: Engage in creative art market related research
Emphasizing practice over theory, the MA program introduces students to the foundational tools, skills and concepts of art business and art law.
Further information can be found here
Deadline for applications is February 24th, 2019
“Public Agency in Private Spaces: Politics, Painting, and Patronage in the Long Eighteenth Century”
New York, NY, June 26 – 27, 2018
Deadline: Jan 10, 2018
Christie’s Education Symposium 2018: Celebrating Female Agency in the Arts
Scholars across disciplines have long probed the relationship between politics and art in the public sphere in the long eighteenth century—the tumultuous, seminal historical period that saw the rise of the Enlightenment, modern systems of representative democracy, and, eventually, the Industrial Revolution. Yet, to date, scholarship of this period has largely failed to notice female artists and patrons, despite their omnipresence in public shows and frequent initiation of substantial commissions. Similarly, political history has overlooked non-royal women, despite their strong influence as the wives, mothers, and sisters of politicians. Continue reading “CFP: Session Celebrating Female Agency in the Arts (New York, 26-27 Jun 18)”
Call for Sessions
Celebrating Female Agency in the Arts
Deadline July 15, 2017
Following the success of the 250-anniversary conference held in London in July 2016, Christie’s Education is organizing its second academic conference on the theme of women in the arts. The Conference will take place at Christie’s, 20 Rockefeller Plaza in New York on Tuesday June 26th and Wednesday June 27th 2018.
From Antiquity to today, women have always played a significant role in the arts and their markets. With this call for sessions, we welcome proposals coming from a wide range of disciplines that would consider women’s diverse contributions to the arts from a transnational and transhistorical perspective. We hope that the sessions will reflect the global and historical diversity of the issues at stake.
This conference is not advocating for a separate history nor an alternative history of art and its markets, but rather we want to look at the central role played by women in the creation, development, support and preservation of the arts and, also how their contribution has changed over time.
Sessions should consider globally and throughout history women as artists, patrons and collectors of art and architecture, dealers and brokers, art historians and art critics as well as curators and preservers of culture. From the presence of women in emerging and established art centers to historical aristocratic patronage and back in time to the medieval period and antiquity we hope that the sessions will investigate a diverse range of topics.
Deadline for Session Proposals:
We encourage academics across disciplines and art professionals to submit proposals for individual sessions. Sessions will be 115 (4 x 20 minute papers) or 90 minutes (3 x 20 minute papers) in length. Please send a 250/300-word abstract to Dr. Cecily Hennessy (email@example.com) and Dr. Véronique Chagnon-Burke (firstname.lastname@example.org) by July 15th 2017. We look forward to receiving your proposal.
Reference: Veronique Chagnon-Burke, Christie’s Education New York, Christie’s Education Website [last access April 2, 2017].