Tag: Call for Sessions

Call for Session Proposals | SAH 2019 Annual International Conference

Deadline: January 16, 2018, at 5 pm CST Conference Chair: Victoria Young, University of St. Thomas Local Co-Chairs: Dietrich Neumann, Brown University, and Itohan Osayimwese, Brown University The Society of Architectural Historians will offer a total of 36 paper sessions at its 2019 Annual International Conference in Providence, Rhode Island. The Society invites its members, including graduate students and independent scholars, representatives of SAH chapters and partner organizations, to chair a session at the conference. As SAH membership is required to chair or present research at the annual conference, non-members who wish to chair a session will be required to join SAH next August 2018 when conference registration opens for Session Chairs and Speakers. Since the principal purpose of the SAH annual conference is to inform attendees of the general state of research in architectural history and related disciplines, session…

Call for Sessions | Art and Its Directions | AAANZ, Perth, December 2017

The AAANZ Conference Committee would like to invite proposals for panel sessions for the AAANZ 2017 Conference in Perth. The deadline for session proposals is COB Monday 22 May 2017 Please see the submission instructions below. All enquiries to conf@aaanz.info. CONFERENCE THEME | ART AND ITS DIRECTIONS This year’s conference theme Art and its Directions is broadly conceived against the backdrop of debates relating to national sovereignty and globalisation. Rather than purely a focus on politically based art in this context, we turn to the question of directions in art, where directions refer both to geography and chronology. The aim is to investigate artistic production and exchange in relation to the geographical, conceptual and imaginative relationships between north, south, east and west, so as to encompass discussion of transnational and global art histories; and the binaries of centre and periphery, modern and traditional. The theme…

Call for Sessions | AAANZ 2016 Conference ‘The Work of Art’

Deadline for the Call for Sessions is May 20th 2016. Call for Sessions The Work of Art invites discussion on how works of art, craft, design and architecture operate and are operated on in different ways and contexts, historically, socially, politically, aesthetically, affectively. Given the location for the conference in Australia’s national capital with its concentration of national cultural institutions we would also welcome sessions on how art is made to work in institutional contexts. Conference sessions might consider issues such as: the function of art in broad social terms its affect, the ways in which art “works upon” its viewers the practice of art and the various processes of creation art in which labour or work is the subject the changing character of work and its impacts on art the economic frameworks of art production and development of different…

Call for Panels | AAANZ Conference 2015 | Brisbane, November 24-25

About the AAANZ 2015 Conference The conference will be held at QAGOMA in Brisbane from November 24th-November 25th and will run in conjunction with the 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art. The Call for Panels is now available. Deadline for proposals is COB Friday 8th May 2015. The 2015 conference is organised by The Brisbane Consortium Contact: conferenceaaanz15@gmail.com For updates and further inormation please visit the conference webpage or the AAANZ facebook page. Image Space Body After the many ends of art history, we begin again. The conjunction of the Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art’s 8th Asia-Pacific Triennial (APT 8) and the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand annual conference presents opportunities to re-examine art history and generate innovative perspectives on histories and cultural traditions. APT 8 prompts us to challenge assumptions and reconsider the relations between images, bodies, and spaces. We invite discussion on traditions and…

Call for Sessions | AAANZ Conference 2013 ‘Interdiscipline’

Interdiscipline AAANZ 2013, Melbourne, December 7-9 The 2013 AAANZ annual conference will take place in Melbourne, December 7-9. It is being hosted by the University of Melbourne (VCA and Art History), National Gallery of Victoria and RMIT. It will include sessions on the history of art and other visual disciplines, art theory, and practice-based research in art, design and architecture. Keynote Speakers | Professor David Joselit is a leading scholar and critic who has written about pivotal movements in modern art ranging from Dada to the emergence of globalization and new media; he contributes regularly to Artforum and Art in America, and is currently Carnegie Professor and Chair of the History of Art department at Yale University and an editor of October. Professor Joselit was also curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. Professor Irit Rogoff is based at Goldsmiths, University of…

Opportunities | Jobs, Funding, Calls for Papers | March 21st 2013

Jobs Postdoctoral and Research Fellowship Scheme, Griffith University – deadline 13th May 2013 Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Art Conservation, Northumbria University – deadline 19th April 2013 Lecturer in the history of architecture and archaeology of the islamic middle east, SOAS, University of London – deadline 12th April 2013 Fellowships Harold White Fellowship, National Library of Australia – deadline 30th Apri 2013 Japanese Studies Fellowships, National Library of Australia – deadline 20th April 2013 Seeing Things: Early Modern Visual and Material Culture, Six-month or 12-month Fellowships to be held from January 2014 to September 2015 (University of Cambridge and University of Southern California)- deadline 16th May 2013 Calls for Papers Genre, Affect and Authority in Early Modern Europe (1517-1688) (Melbourne, 11-12 July 2013) – deadline extended to 31st March 2013 Textuality, Technology, Materiality In the Medieval and Early Modern World (Perth Nov 2013)…

Call for Papers | Receptions: Medieval and Early Modern Cultural Appropriations

Receptions: Medieval and Early Modern Cultural Appropriations UWA Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Studies & Perth Medieval and Renaissance Group XVIIIth Annual Conference,17–18 August 2012, St Catherine’s College, The University of Western Australia, Perth This conference will explore cultural appropriations in, by and of the medieval and early modern world, across a range of disciplines. Three sub-themes are envisaged. They are: The appropriation of earlier cultures by the medieval or early modern world; Cultural exchanges and frontier encounters within the medieval and early modern world; and The reception or appropriation of the medieval or early modern by later periods. Within these fields, paper proposals on any relevant subject and from any relevant areas of study are welcome. Possible approaches and themes may include, but are not limited to: medievalism medieval and early modern classicism cultural legacies and/or lasting traditions conquest & warfare…

Call for Panels: Together Apart, AAANZ Conference July 2012

Australia and New Zealand Art Association Annual Conference 12-14 July 2012 Together <> Apart Call for Panel Proposals – Deadline extended to February 17th 2012 Held in the third week of the Biennale of Sydney, Together<>Apart will address major debates and issues raised by this year’s biennale theme ‘all our relations. The conference will focus on the very broad idea of relations and relationships as well as allied terms such as collaborations, networks and partnerships. The emphasis on relations could mean examining aesthetic relations. For example, Mondrian famously announced that ‘determined relations’ would replace the importance of form. What would an aesthetics of relations mean for art history, art criticism, curating and art practice? How does aesthetic autonomy interact or intersect with an aesthetic of relations? Panels might address the relations between artists and other disciplines: such as collaborations between…

Call for Papers: Renaissance Society of America 2012, Washington

Call for Papers The Fifty-eighth Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America Washington, D.C. 22-24 March 2012 The Program Committee invites submissions for individual papers or panels on any aspect of Renaissance Studies, or the era ca. 1300-1650. You need not be a member of RSA to submit a proposal, but if your paper is accepted you must become a member and register for the conference. Proposals are evaluated by the Program Committee for their scholarly contribution to an aspect of the field. Each proposed paper must include: contact information for author; title; abstract (150 word maximum); keywords; and a one-page curriculum vitae. Proposals may be submitted by individual scholars, by RSA Discipline Representatives, or by Representatives of Associate Organizations. Only individuals may submit single papers, and they may submit one proposal; Disciplines and Associate Organizations submit complete sessions only. Any…

Call for Participation: CAA conference 2012, Los Angeles

CAA Conference, 2012, Los Angeles Propose a Paper or Presentation for the 2012 CAA Annual Conference The 100th Annual Conference in Los Angeles—which concludes CAA’s Centennial year—takes place February 22–25, 2012. Listing more than one hundred sessions, the 2012 Call for Participation will arrive in the mailboxes of all individual and institutional members in March; you can also download a PDF of the twenty-four-page document from the CAA website immediately. The 2012 Call for Participation describes many of next year’s panels and presentations. CAA and session chairs invite your participation: please follow the instructions in the booklet to submit a proposal for a paper. This publication also includes a call for Poster Session proposals and describes the eleven Open Forms sessions. The deadline for proposals of papers and presentations for the Los Angeles conference is Monday, May 2, 2011. In…

Call for Sessions 39th Annual AAH Conference, Open University (UK)

Call for Sessions 39th Annual Association Art Historians Conference, 29-31 March, Open University, Milton Keynes UK Keynote Speakers: Lord Puttnam CBE, Chancellor of The Open University Penelope Curtis, Director of Tate Britain Call for Sessions The Open University 2012 invites session submissions for the 38th AAH Annual Conference. In line with the founding mission of The Open University – “to be open to people, places, methods and ideas” – the 2012 Annual Conference looks forward to welcoming all those interested in the History of Art. To complement the sessions, plenaries and special interest sessions will celebrate the strengths and reflect on the challenges that face art history today while receptions, book fair and visits will provide opportunities for delegates to relax and network. AAH2012 conference will include sessions on art and artifacts, issues and debates that reflect the diversity and…