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CALL FOR PAPERS - Art Dealing in the Gilded Age-A Window on the Art Market: Colnaghi and their Associates c. 1880-c.1940
Call for Papers for an upcoming conference to celebrate the installation of the Colnaghi archive at the Waddesdon Archive at Windmill Hill, Waddesdon Manor, jointly organised by Colnaghi, Waddesdon Manor (The Rothschild Collection) and the University of Buckingham.See more details >
The Summer Institute in Technical Art History (SITAH) is an intensive two-week course, geared towards PhD candidates in art history who are looking to delve more deeply into technical studies.See more details >
An independent review of collecting societies' conduct closes on 28 February. If you are an art historian who has dealt with DACS, please take a moment to participate.See more details >
Literature and Visual Cultures Research Seminar Thursday 27 February, 6–8pm, Senate House, London.See more details >
Apply now for the Reprographic and Copyright Expenses Grant or the
Conference Attendance Grant. Application deadline: 1 March. Click here for details.
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To coincide with a major exhibition of the work of J.M.W. Turner (1775-1851), Royal Museums Greenwich is hosting an innovative, interdisciplinary conference exploring the cultural impact of the sea in the late 18th and 19th centuries.See more details >
Graduate Summer Seminar, Paul Mellon Centre, 21 - 25 July 2014.See more details >
AHRC Studentship - 'Our poor, beautiful and culturally rich country’: the contemporary challenge of Brazilian design.See more details >
The Open Arts Journal is very pleased to announce the publication of their current themed issue, edited by Joel Robinson, ‘Pavilions’(Open Arts Journal, Issue 2, Winter 2013-2014).See more details >