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Indiana University’s Cultural Studies ProgramSee more details >
Henry Moore Institute
Association of Art Historians Annual Conference
29-31 March 2012
Four new bursary opportunities for professionals at an early stage in their career who wish to develop their portrait specialism.See more details >
The Terra Foundation for American Art International Essay Prize recognizes excellent scholarship by a non-U.S. scholar in the field of historical American art (circa 1500-1980).See more details >
Call for Papers - 'European Painted Cloths C14th-C21st: Pageantry, Ceremony, Theatre and the Domestic Interior'
The Courtauld Institute of Art
Friday 15 and Saturday 16 June 2012
This study group examines the history of art in three of the most important art-producing centers of the seventeenth century. It follows the first two units of a course available at The Saylor Foundation.See more details >
The Garden, a successful independent television production company specializing in cutting-edge factual programmes for major UK broadcasters, is making a programme that will bring together people from all walks of life in an attempt to help someone with a dilemma.See more details >
An international two-day conference to celebrate the bicentenary of Charles Dickens in 2012
9-10 July 2012
This conference, hosted by the Paul Mellon Centre in London and the University of Surrey in Guildford, will explore the interfaces between art history and textual scholarship through the work of Charles Dickens.
Henry Moore Institute Seminar Room, 6pm
Talks are free of charge