Fresh Voices at the NGV – Dosso Dossi’s ‘Lucrezia Borgia’

Jenni Walker (Graduate Student in the Faculty of the VCA and Music, The University of Melbourne) will talk about issues of attribution and recent discoveries relating to Dosso Dossi’s portrait Lucrezia Borgia, Ducchess of Ferrara, c. 1518. All Welcome Cost: Free. Date: Friday 26th March, 12:30pm Venue: NGV International – meet at Information Desk, Ground Level, NGV International, 180 St Kilda Rd.

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Call for Papers – Early Modern Exclusions

Interdisciplinary Conference N.B. The conference organisers have indicated that they are keen to attract art history papers for this conference. Full details below. Date: 14 September 2010 Venue: University of Portsmouth, UK Keynote speaker: Dr Naomi Tadmor (University of Sussex) The Centre for Studies in Literature (CSL) and the Centre European and International Studies Research (CEISR) at the University of Portsmouth are pleased to announce a one-day, multi-disciplinary conference on “Early Modern Exclusions” to be held on September 14, 2010. This one-day conference develops out of, and responds to, research into the history and representation of the kinship, amity and community during the Early Modern Period that has been accumulating steadily over recent decades. We hope to promote a reassessment of this body of work and to develop new lines of enquiry into the implied exclusions that result from or…

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Tables of Contents of open access art history journals

There is a blog that tracks the Tables of Contents of online, open access art history journals. The author of the site state that: The aim of this blog is to collect the TOCs of new issues of open access journals in the field of art history. “Art history” is conceived here in a rather narrow sense. Although the header contains tabs like “Contemporary Art & Theory” or “Architecture” too, a comprehensive outlook on these fields is not intended. Periodicals of related disciplines are evaluated only if they have some art historical material too, this may however change in the future. You can visit the site here and subscribe to its feed, you can also follow it on twitter.

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Bibliography of the History of Art to cease at the end of March

It appears that the Bibliography of the History of Art is to fold at the end of this month due to cost cutting at the Getty. The Cornell University Library reports that: For a number of years, the Getty Research Institute has maintained the database, Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA). Cornell has been able to license access to that database via OCLC’s First Search platform. Due to the economic crisis, the Getty took the radical step last summer of declining to continue the BHA. On Friday, March 5, we received notification that our licensed access to the BHA will continue through March 31, 2010. The BHA is the decisive periodical citation index for art history scholarship, and this is certainly a very unfortunate decision. Many of us had been holding out hope that another entity would be willing…

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Propose a Paper or Presentation for the 2011 CAA Annual Conference

Deadline for proposals: May 3, 2010. The 99th Annual College Art Association Conference in New York—which kicks off CAA’s centennial year—takes place February 9–12, 2011. CAA and session chairs invite your participation: please follow the instructions in the booklet (pdf) on their website to submit a proposal for a paper. This publication also includes a call for Poster Session proposals and describes the Open Forms sessions. In addition to attending and participating in the wide-ranging panels on art history, studio art, contemporary issues, and professional and educational practices, CAA expects participation from many area schools, museums, galleries, and other art institutions. The Hilton New York is the conference hotel, holding most sessions and panels, Career Services and the Book and Trade Fair, receptions and special events, and more.

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CFP: Museums in Central Europe, 1850-1939

binär optionen ebook Call for Papers for a Special Issue of “Centropa”, 2012 – Museums in Central Europe, 1850-1939 The rise of the exhibitionary complex in nineteenth-century Germany, France and Britain has been the subject of substantial amounts of research. It has been rather less well explored in relation to central Europe. The journal Centropa will therefore be publishing a special issue on museums in Central Europe in 2012. The issue will be examining the development of museums between 1850 and 1939 and their contribution to processes of identity formation during the period in question. Questions to be addressed will include: 1. What ideological impulses gave rise to the foundation of museums across central Europe? 2. What were the ideological implications of their collecting and exhibition policies? 3. How did their functions and meanings change between 1850 and 1939? 4. How did…

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Lecture and Seminar on ‘Reversed Painting’ with Professor Richard Read demo options binary robot Richard Read Professor of Art History at the University of Western Australia LECTURE: Reversed Painting and the Conflict between Commercial and Academic Values in Nineteenth-Century London and Paris This lecture examines how the strange, complex pictorial motif of the reversed painting was used in paintings representing art galleries and academic juries to adjudicate the conflict between academic and commercial values at a time when newly professionalized commercial galleries sought to wrest cultural authority and financial power from academies in both London and Paris. SEMINAR: The Reversed Painting in Colonial Art The lecture is followed by a seminar in which Richard Read will lead the discussion. This will explore the use of the reflexive pictorial motif of the reversed canvas in colonial and decolonized art to register synchronic differences between cultures where the representation of skin colour, pioneer technologies, and contrasting…

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Writing Architecture: A Symposium on Innovations in the Textual and Visual Critique of Buildings opzioni binarie simulazione Deadline – 16th April 2010. Abstracts are invited on innovative approaches to critical and creative work about buildings and places, through text and or images. Both scholarly papers and new examples of critical and creative work are welcome. The conference will be held at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art, and the State Library of Queensland, on July 22 & 23 2010. Keynote speaker is Professor Katja Grillner, KTH Stockholm. Within an expanding international discourse on writing and architecture, the conference invites a broad range of disciplinary approaches including perspectives from photography, literature, philosophy, anthropology, aesthetics, the fine arts, design, psychology, cultural studies, art history, creative writing, sociology, journalism, and others. Topics might include, but are not limited to: WRITING AS AN ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE: When and how is writing an architectural medium? What might an experimental writing in architecture and its… opciones binarias opiniones Read more →

Harrell Fletcher – Towards a tender society of thoughtful questions and answers fornitura segnali forex gratis su ogni broker Harrell Fletcher – Towards a tender society of thoughtful questions and answers SATURDAY 20 MARCH, 12:30PM Clemenger BBDO auditorium NGV International 180 St Kilda Rd FREE Harrell Fletcher (b. 1967, lives and works in Portland, Oregon, U.S.A.) creates art through collaboration and participation often with those outside the parameters of the art world. From installing a museum focusing on local peoples’ lives in a northern California shopping mall to working with an eight-year-old boy as the principle decision-maker for a work of public art created for a park in Brittany, France, Fletcher’s art is really all about you, rather than all about him. Fletcher is developing a project for the NGV that opens this September. “People often ask how I’m able to entice random strangers into working with me. The answer is that I appear to actually be interested in the…

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Launch of ‘Europe and Australia’ MAJ nos. 11 and 12 edited by David R. Marshall

2015.02_Fasnachtsabend">binäre optionen ab 10 euro einzahlung ‘Europe and Australia’ (MAJ nos. 11 and 12) edited by David R. Marshall. This volume has a focus on ‘Europe and Australia’ and includes a diverse range of articles from both Australian and international scholars including Ruth Pullin, Caroline Jordan, Veronica Filmer, Mark Stocker, Katti Williams, David Maskill, Simon Pierse, Richard Read and Alex Baker. Time: 5:30pm for a 6pm launch, Thursday 25th March, 2010. Venue: Courtyard of the Elisabeth Murdoch Building, The University of Melbourne (Parkville). For a contents list and a sneak peak inside please see the MAJ page on this website. The Melbourne Art Journal is published by the Fine Arts Network (please note it is now published Daytopia Press, see the MAJ page on this website.)

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