n.paradoxa’s MOOC has just opened to the public and offers 10 free lessons, open to join anytime and for users to continue at their own pace. The subject of the MOOC is contemporary art (post-1970) and feminism. Anyone can join, registration with an email is all that is required.See more details >
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The Society of Architectural Historians will host its 70th Annual International Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, from June 7–11, 2017.See more details >
Call for papers - Conceptualism – Intersectional Readings, International Framings: Black Artists and Modernism in Europe After 1968
Presented by Black Artists & Modernism in collaboration with Van Abbemuseum
Convenors: Dr Sophie Orlando, Dr susan pui san lok and Nick Aikens
Dates: Friday 8th and Saturday 9th December 2017
Location: Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Call for papers - Beyond Genius and Muse: Collaborating Couples in Twentieth-Century Arts, Bristol , 18-19April 2017
Examining collaborating couples can help us rethink the paradigms of working relationships in the arts; especially those of the twentieth century, where ideas of genius and muse are in total flux. This interdisciplinary conference engages with collaboration within creative partnerships of all arts; it focuses on methodology, theory, biography, and various other aspects.See more details >
Launching The Courtauld Institute of Art’s Public Research Forum, res|fest is an evening of pop-up talks, performances and exhibits that celebrates research in art history, curation and conservation.
Experience the world-renowned Courtauld Gallery and Courtauld Institute of Art after hours with a mix of art, talks, demonstrations and tours. Bring your friends, have a bite to eat, grab and drink and enjoy the atmosphere.See more details >
PhD studentship - Where Art and Science Meet: Art and Design at Oxford University Museum of Natural History
The Department of Art History, Curating and Visual Studies at the University of Birmingham, is delighted to offer one AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award with the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. This Award offers you the opportunity to pursue a fully funded PhD in art history, natural history and museology.See more details >
The Burlington Contemporary Art Writing Prize seeks to discover talented young writers on contemporary art, with the winner receiving £1000 and the opportunity to publish a review of a contemporary art exhibition.See more details >
The launch is an occasion for women artists, academics, students and all other members of the interested public to engage with materials from the Women's Art Library, learn more about the archive and try on the recently released WAL App.See more details >
In and Out of American Art: Between Provincialism and Transnationalism, 1940 -1980 is a major two-day conference at the University of St Andrews in October 2017.See more details >
Conference - Decolonising History: Visualisations of Conflict in a ‘Post-War’ Europe, University College London
This interdisciplinary symposium seeks to engage with and challenge the notion of a ‘post-war Europe’ through the lens of artistic, photographic and filmic visualisations of decolonial struggles and their legacies. Writing in reference to France’s imperial and colonial past, in her book From a Nation Torn (2014) Hannah Feldman has argued that the notion of a ‘post-war’ Europe occludes many of the conflicts which evolved after the end of WW2. This symposium will consider these marginalised struggles through the lens of visual culture.See more details >