To strengthen our team at the Faculty of Education, Arts and Architecture/Department for Image Science we are looking, for an immediate placement until 14 September 2019, to start as early as possible, for a committed
Academic Assistant for 20 hours/week.
Advertisment No. SB17-0107
- scientific assistance of the project leader at the Digital Humanities Lab
- support of the project leader in the implementation of research projects in the field of Digital Humanities
- organisation and writing of funding proposals
- support in the preparation of a conference in 2017
- master’s degree in the field of media art histories or image science
- knowledge in Digital Humanities and Media Art Research, Archive of Digital Art thesaurus research
- experience of international research applications
- project experience is advantageous
- excellent command of spoken and written English
- high level of communicative and organisational competence
- ability to work indepently with team-orientation
You may expect a demanding job offering interesting opportunities of career development in a performance-oriented, creative and highly motivated environment.
Persons with disabilities who meet the required qualification criteria are expressly invited to apply for this position and their applications will be given special consideration.
We are looking forward to receiving your application by 21. July 2017
For more detailed information, please see:
Source: H-Net Job Guide, JOB: Wiss. Mitarbeit MediaArtHistories/Digital Humanities, Uni Krems, accessed 2017-07-18.
The Forum Kunst und Markt / Centre for Art Market Studies cordially invites you to attend the upcoming lecture of Dr. Anne Luther.
Dr. Anne Luther, New York/Berlin
Collecting Contemporary Art: Data Visualization in Qualitative Research
The lecture begins at 18:15 and is held in Room A 111, Architecture Building
of the TU, Straße des 17. Juni 150/152, 10623 Berlin.
The Conference Committee would like to invite proposals for panel sessions for the AAANZ 2017 Conference in Perth.
The deadline for session proposals is COB Monday 22 May 2017
Please see the submission instructions below. All enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year’s conference theme Art and its Directions is broadly conceived against the backdrop of debates relating to national sovereignty and globalisation. Rather than purely a focus on politically based art in this context, we turn to the question of directions in art, where directions refer both to geography and chronology. The aim is to investigate artistic production and exchange in relation to the geographical, conceptual and imaginative relationships between north, south, east and west, so as to encompass discussion of transnational and global art histories; and the binaries of centre and periphery, modern and traditional. The theme takes account of the conference location in Western Australia – ranging from perceptions of the west to its distinct collections, and history.
There is also focus upon how art objects and art practices exist in different spatial and temporal contexts. This may include discussion of the mobility of objects and the materials of art, and of curatorial practices relating to the display of works of art.
Convenors of panel sessions might consider subject areas such as:
- The theorising of geographies in relation to art
- Art and the changing history of place
- Landscapes, travel and the sensory dimension of place
- Heritage, nostalgia and anachronism in art
- Contemporary curatorial practice and its global aspects
- Indigenous art and cultural objects in their original settings and in the museum
- The legacy of colonialism in historical and contemporary art practice
- Emigré and refugee artists, and cross-cultural exchange
- Representations of the cosmos, and the mapping of sea and land in Aboriginal art
- Aboriginal rock art and cross-cultural encounters
- Art and cartography, navigation, travel and trade
- The translocation of art through commercial forces and war
- The mobility of images in the digital age, including the role of photography
- The space of the studio and its relation to the outer world
Continue reading “Call for Sessions: Art and its directions, AAANZ (Perth)”
New Sales Data Trace the First Hundred Years
of the British Auction Market
The Getty Provenance Index has, for three decades, been a leading resource for scholarship on the history of collecting. Founded in the early 1980s by Burton Fredericksen, the first curator of paintings for the Getty Museum, the Provenance Index has evolved into a collection of online databases with 1.75 million records indexing the works of art described in source documents such as auction catalogs, archival inventories, and dealer stock books. This data can be used to trace the ownership of works of art and to examine patterns in collecting and art markets.
Read Eric Hormell’s full announcement about the exciting addition of 138,000 database records on ‘the Getty iris’.