CFP HECAA@30: Environments, Materials, and Futures in the Eighteenth Century (Deadline 1 Apr, 2023)

  The Historians of Eighteenth-Century Art and Architecture are delighted to announce that the Call for Papers for “HECAA@30: Environments, Materials, and Futures in the Eighteenth Century” is now available. Please visit the conference website: https://sites.google.com/umb.edu/hecaa30 for a list of open sessions and details. Applications for participation are due to session chairs by April 1, … Continue reading CFP HECAA@30: Environments, Materials, and Futures in the Eighteenth Century (Deadline 1 Apr, 2023)

Save the Date: Americas Chapter Field Trip (24 Mar, 2023)

The Americas Chapter is delighted to invite you to SAVE THE DATE  to its first field trip to Baltimore, Maryland on Friday, March 24, 2023  On the occasion of Coming Attractions: The John Waters Collection, we have organized a special visit to the Baltimore Museum of Art's Department of Prints, Drawings & Photographs to explore … Continue reading Save the Date: Americas Chapter Field Trip (24 Mar, 2023)

CONF Rococo across Borders: Designers and Makers (24-25 Mar, 2023)

Rococo across Borders: Designers and Makers In-person and live-streamed, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, 24–25 March 2023 Organized by the Furniture History Society and the French Porcelain Society, this two-day symposium on Rococo ceramics and furniture across Europe and beyond aims to examine the geographical spread of the Rococo style, the interaction between designers and … Continue reading CONF Rococo across Borders: Designers and Makers (24-25 Mar, 2023)

CFP: Museum Work: Hierarchies and Barriers, Exclusion and Inclusion (Deadline 6 Mar, 2023)

Call for Presentations for the workshop ‘Museum Work: Hierarchies and Barriers, Exclusion and Inclusion’ DEADLINE March 6 2023 This is the first workshop from the new AHRC-funded research network, Making Museum Professionals, 1850-the present. The network brings together academics and museum professionals to investigate the past, present and future of museum work. We seek to … Continue reading CFP: Museum Work: Hierarchies and Barriers, Exclusion and Inclusion (Deadline 6 Mar, 2023)

SHC & Partners Provenance Research in Action (12-16 Jun, 2023)

Society for the History of Collecting  Provenance Research in Action: Theory, Tools and Implementation 12 - 16 June, 2023 Join a week-long, hands-on workshop on provenance research and due diligence in the heart of the London art world. Run by the Society for the History of Collecting in partnership with some of the most relevant … Continue reading SHC & Partners Provenance Research in Action (12-16 Jun, 2023)