The University of Buckingham and the National Gallery, in association with Waddesdon Manor (The Rothschild Collection), are launching a new MA course on the History of Collecting and the Art Market in January 2016See more details >
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Thinking About Art: A Thematic Guide to Art History: an art history book specifically for teachers and students.See more details >
KAPSULA asks arts writers to investigate aesthetic negotiations, manipulations, and interventions that relate to RISK in contemporary art and society.See more details >
30th Conference of Computers and the History of Art. Part of FABRICATION, Arts & Humanities Festival, Council Room, King’s College London, Strand Campus, Saturday, 17 October 2015, 9am-7pmSee more details >
Call for papers for a two-day conference taking place on: Friday 6 May 2016, Regent Street Cinema, University of Westminster and Saturday 7 May 2016, The Courtauld Institute of Art.See more details >
This international conference, supported by the British Academy, casts light on neglected aspects of European art and urges a wider frame of reference.See more details >
A call for papers for a conference at The Courtauld Institute of Art, Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 0RN, Saturday 5 March, 2016.See more details >
The British Library and the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art are delighted to announce a call for papers for an international conference on transforming topography.See more details >
The Museums Association Conference & Exhibition is the largest event of its kind in Europe for museums and heritage professionals. Over 1,500 senior staff discuss the latest issues, discover new practice and meet the world’s leading suppliers and consultants.See more details >
The aim of this symposium is to give insight into the changing boundaries and concepts of ‘art’ in Japan and East Asia.See more details >